Amazon Prime Day 2022 in Australia: the best deals still live

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Update: Amazon Prime Day has officially ended for 2022, but see below for what kind of deals were on offer and to check if any discounts are still live.

Amazon Prime Day 2022 has wrapped up in Australia, but there's still some considerable savings to be had across some hi-fi and audio-visual kit. The pickings are certainly much more slim than they were during the height of the sales event, but there's a bargain or two still lurking.

Whether it's a great score on some premium noise-cancelling over-ear headphones, super affordable true wireless buds, compact and value-packed soundbars or bookshelf speakers, we've got you covered.

While there are plenty of savings to be had for all shoppers, some of the best offers are a members-only affair, so you'll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of the offers. Thanks to Amazon's 30-day Prime free trial, there is always the option to sign up, bag a few bargains, and then cancel your membership.

On this page, we'll be covering all the best deals in the hi-fi and AV categories during Amazon's big Prime Day event, so stay tuned to score the top bargains during the sales. 

Amazon Prime Day deals for 2022


Apple AirPods Max

Apple AirPods Max | AU$899 AU$679 (save AU$220)

There's no denying that Apple's flagship cans are on the expensive side in Australia, but this discount makes the five-star AirPods Max all the more palatable. The pink version of these headphones are reduced by over AU$200, bringing them down to just AU$679, which is a great score for the superb audio quality and ANC, excellent spatial audio, and solid build quality that they offer.

Bose QuietComfort 45

Bose QuietComfort 45 | AU$499 AU$409 (save AU$90)

The follow-up to Bose's popular QC 35 II, the Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones offer top-notch noise-cancelling, a 24-hour battery life and a super comfortable build. This discount takes them down to a bit more appealing price, so if you've been hanging out to grab a pair, now may be a good time. Only available in white at this price.

Beats Studio 3

Beats Studio 3 | AU$449 AU$249 (save AU$200)

Known for their punchy sound signature, the Beats 3 make for excellent cans for those that are into hip hop and similar genres, or simply want a more exciting audio profile to listen to. While they're a tad expensive for what they are to start with, this AU$200 discount makes them incredibly enticing, and they're available in a wide range of fun colours – black, grey, blue, red, white and Defiant Red.

Sennheiser CX True Wireless

Sennheiser CX True Wireless | AU$199 AU$115 (save AU$84)

For a solid and simple pair of buds, the Sennheiser CX are a good shout – they offer IPX4 water- and sweat-resistance for workouts, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and an in-app EQ to tailor the sound to your taste. You can save a good whack on these true wireless earbuds at the moment as they're down to AU$115 (which is, albeit AU$6 dearer than they were yesterday).

Jabra Elite 7 Pro

Jabra Elite 7 Pro and Elite 7 Active | from AU$178 (save up to AU$119)

Jabra's latest flagship true wireless come in two flavours – the Pro features bone-conduction sensors for better call quality while the Active has a rubberised coating for better in-ear security while working out. Both have copped a hundred-dollar discount this Prime Day, bringing the Elite 7 Active down to AU$178 and the Elite 7 Pro down to AU$198 – that's over AU$100 off every pair. (A quick note that prices have increased on these for Day 3 – they were previously AU$18-20 cheaper on the first two days.)

Jabra Elite 85t

Jabra Elite 85t | AU$299 AU$179 (save AU$120)

Jabra's Elite 85t true wireless earbuds come with on-board noise-cancellation and a real solid battery life of 25 hours (including the charging case), which can be eked out to 31 if you switch ANC off. Their sound is smooth and will appeal to many, but most appealing of all is this massive 40% discount.

Home cinema

Bose Smart Soundbar 700

Bose Smart Soundbar 700 | AU$1,199 AU$880 (save AU$320)

You can still save a fair whack on this Smart Soundbar 700 from Bose, giving you a great chance to upgrade your TVs audio at a discount. It offers built-in Alexa voice assistant, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity (the latter of which allows you to play Spotify and Amazon Music directly from the soundbar), and ADAPTIQ tech which automatically adjusts the soundbar's response to the shape and size of your room. (Fair warning: this price has increased by AU$37 since yesterday, but it's still a great deal.)

Hi-fi and other audio

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2 | AU$129 AU$85 (save AU$44)

Considering its diminutive size and low price, the Wonderboom 2 packs more of a punch than it has any right to. What's more, with this discount, it's a must-buy for anyone that wants a simple and rugged grab-and-go speaker for the outdoors. An IP67 waterproof rating paired with an outdoor mode (volume boost and bass-cut combination) make it a great solution for picnics and barbecues. You can now grab it in black, red or blue from Amazon for just AU$85, which is 31% off - note that the price has increase AU$4 since yesterday.



Nintendo Switch game discounts

Nintendo's popular portable console has some truly excellent titles available on it, and Amazon Prime Day is discounting a bunch of them at the moment. Here's a selection:

Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection | AU$79.95 AU$36
Immortals Fenyx Rising | AU$79.95 AU$24.98
Lego Incredibles | AU$49.95 AU$36
Lego Marvel Superheroes 2 | AU$49.95 AU$36
The Outer Worlds | AU$69.95 AU$22.90
Resident Evil Origins Collection | AU$79.95 AU$42.90
Sonic Forces | AU$69.95 AU$54.88
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 | AU$69.95 AU$57.90
Two Point Hospital | AU$69.95 AU$44.80
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity | AU$79.95 AU$68.90
Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! | AU$79.95 AU$59
Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! | AU$79.95 AU$69


PS5 game discounts

If you're lucky enough to have scored yourself the elusive PS5 from Sony, then you'll likely be keeping an eye out on game sales. Well, now's your chance to stock up the library!

Assassin's Creed Valhalla | AU$99.95 AU$29
Deathloop | AU$99.95 AU$47
Dying Light 2: Stay Human | AU$99.95 AU$49
Ghostwire Tokyo | AU$99.95 AU$38
GRID Legends | AU$99.95 AU$45
Hot Wheels Unleashed | AU$99.95 AU$34.98
King of Fighters XV Day One Edition | AU$99.95 AU$44.98
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga | AU$89.95 AU$57.90
Madden NFL 22 | AU$99.95 AU$29
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy | AU$99.95 AU$36
Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate | AU$99.95 AU$29.98
Oddworld Soulstorm | AU$79.95 AU$39
Rider's Republic | AU$99.95 AU$27.50
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands: Next-Level Edition | AU$109.95 AU$59
Watch Dogs Legion | AU$99.95 AU$28.90

When is Amazon Prime Day 2022 in Australia?

Prime Day 2019 was a two-day sale of pretty much non-stop deals that started at midnight on 15th July, 2019. In Australia, it kicked off at local AEST time, but ended when the sales event finished in the US, making for a marathon 65-hour shopping event. Back in 2018, it was a 36-hour shopping spree that landed on 16th July. 

The Prime Day 2020 sales were pushed back to October 13, kicking things off on midnight (local time) with sales extending via US sellers until 6PM on October 15, totalling an insane 66 hours.

In 2021, Prime Day ran from June 21 (12am AEST) and continue across June 22 and 23, making it a 65-hour marathon session, with the first two dates dedicated to Australian stockists and the last 17 hours carrying on the discounts via US and UK sellers.

The dates have now been announced by Amazon, and as we expected, the shopping event will last 65 hours, kicking off at 12am (AEST) July 12 and running till 5pm (AEST) July 14. The first 48 hours (ending midnight July 14) will be Australian sales, while in the remaining 16 hours, Aussie shoppers will still be able to grab a bargain from US and UK Amazon discounts.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Starting out in the US, Amazon Prime Day quickly grew into a major online shopping event full of huge discounts and savings on the latest and greatest tech, and naturally there's a selection of hi-fi and AV gear amongst it.

It began as a single day (hence the name) but has swollen to a multi-day event now, with fresh bargains dropping across a two (and a bit) day period in Australia.

Prime Day is Amazon's take on Black Friday. While every online retailer gets involved in the now-annual Black Friday bargain bun fight, Prime Day is all about Amazon.

The special day of deals is a members-only affair, so you'll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of the offers. Thanks to Amazon's 30-day Prime free trial, there is always the option to sign up, bag a few bargains, and then cancel your membership.

Prime members are also able to take advantage of time-limited 'Lightning deals', alongside those broader Prime Day deals available across the site.

Amazon Australia promises new deals every few minutes, with the deals dropping on the website and on the Amazon app (which gave members an early heads-up on the deals). 

Last year, Prime Day ran in the UK, US, Spain, Mexico, Japan, India, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Singapore, Netherlands, Luxembourg, and, of course, Australia.