Hold on to your purses because Kmart and Big W have just announced their Black Friday deals and they’re amazing.
Set to hit shelves from Friday 29 November to Monday 2 December 2019, Kmart has revealed ten items they reckon are going to fly off the shelves next week, and we're not going to lie, we pretty much agree with them there.
Meanwhile, Big W has teased fans with three of their best deals, which includes $250 off the Dyson V7 Origin, bringing it down to $349.
See pictures below of what’s available in store at Big W:
Along with the vacuum cleaner, bargain hunters can get their hands on a PS4 500GB Slim Console Fortnite Bundle for $249 or if you’re feeling flush, they’re doing a buy on get one free deal on Google Nest Hubs for $199.
Meanwhile, people looking to get ahead of their Christmas shopping will no doubt be heading straight to Kmart on Friday 29th November, with the retail giant putting close to 100 products that have never been available in-store before on the shelves, only online.
While they won’t be slashing the prices of any of the items, the items will only be in-store for those days.
See pictures below of what’s available in-store at Kmart:
This includes an egg chair ($179), portable gas barbecue, ($99), inflatable 9-foot stand-up paddle board set ($249), and E-VOLT electric bike ($499).
Shoppers are also expected to go wild for the Russell Hobbs Cambridge breakfast pack ($49), Logitech G231 gaming headset ($59), 1000 thread-count queen sheet set ($29), Googly whirlee ($9), Hot Wheels track builder total turbo takeover play set ($39), and Black & Decker 17V cordless drill ($49).
If it’s bargains you’re after, then everybody’s favourite budget shop, Best & Less (this link may return revenue to Yahoo Lifestyle Australia) is going to be selling $10 printed tees , $8 bras, $10 boardshorts and $8 baby rompers.
For impatient shopaholics with antsy fingers, many retailers are already on sale. Check out the list here.
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