Amazon's official Prime Day event has wrapped up in Australia for 2021, but some of the best deals we saw over the 65-hour marathon are still live!
Below, we've rounded up the best remaining discounts on the hottest hi-fi and audio tech, including the awesome discounts on both Bose and Sony's leading wireless ANC headphones.
Not only are there terrific savings on the WH-1000XM4 and the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, some of our favourite Yamaha soundbars in Australia have their prices slashed by a third, including the SR-C20A and the SR-B20A.
If you slept on the sale but still need to fill a headphone-shaped hole in your life, or there's a soundbar-sized void beneath your TV, check out the deals below.
Amazon Prime Day deals still live in Australia
Hi-Fi & other
When is Amazon Prime Day 2021 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.
This year, following strong reports and rumours that the event will be head at the usual time of year in mid-July, it's now been confirmed that Amazon Prime Day in Australia will run from June 21 (12am AEST) and continue across June 22 and 23.
As has been the case the last two years, Amazon's Australian sales will last a total of 65 hours, with the first two dates dedicated to Australian stockists and the last 17 hours carrying on the discounts via US and UK sellers.
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.