The best Amazon AU deals in May 2024

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Amazon Australia has become a household name since it launched locally in 2017, offering a massive selection of products across almost every imaginable category. The e-commerce giant sells tech, kitchen and home appliances, furniture and even household essentials like cleaning supplies and imported snacks. And thanks to some of its awesome daily deals, you rarely pay full price. 

We’re rounding up the current top offers on this page, and our secret to finding the best bargains on Amazon is scouring its "Today's Deals" page multiple times a week. After the Big Smile Sale in March, we anticipated that there would be fewer deals this month in the lead up Amazon Prime Day. However, Amazon refuses to let the deals stop, with notable markdowns across a range of products, like headphones, tablets, TVs, and more, this week alone. 

It's also worth mentioning that being a Prime member pays off, especially when it comes to deals. In addition to free expedited shipping to eligible suburbs, certain discounts or offers we've highlighted below do require a Prime membership. So, if you want to maximise your savings on these Amazon AU deals, then we suggest signing up for Amazon Prime here

Here are the best Amazon AU specials we've found this week: 

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Best Amazon deals in May


Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max (256GB) | AU$2,199 From AU$2,077.30

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max (256GB) | AU$2,199 From AU$2,077.30 (save AU$121.70)

Apple discounts are usually pretty rare, so 6% off the latest iPhone Pro Max model isn't something to scoff at. Forged in Titanium, this model features a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display, an A17 chip and powerful camera system, and a new customisable action button. 

It's also available in four titanium colourways. 

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 (512GB) | AU$1,849 from AU$1,099

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 (512GB) | AU$1,849 from AU$1,099 (save up to AU$750)

While the release of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 is a few months away, there's no time like the present to pick up the company's latest foldable. With savings of up to AU$750 on offer, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 discount brings it into a league of its own. We've praised its outstanding camera performance, larger flex window and speedy processor in our review — and now this price makes it even better. 

Laptops and tablets

2021 iPad (10.2-inch, 64GB) | AU$549 AU$535

2021 iPad (10.2-inch, 64GB) | AU$549 AU$535 (save AU$14)

The 10.2-inch iPad features Apple's A13 Bionic CPU, a 12MP front camera, and 64GB of storage (instead of 32GB like its predecessor). You also get support for Center Stage, which uses machine learning to adjust the front-facing camera during FaceTime video calls. 

Gaming and PC peripherals

Stellar Blade PlayStation 5 | AU$124.95AU$95.63

Stellar Blade PlayStation 5 | AU$124.95 AU$95.63 (save AU$29.32)

We've previously said that Stellar Blade is an excellent hack-and-slash action game that takes full advantage of the PS5's horsepower. Featuring thrilling combat sequences and stunning graphics, this is a PS5 exclusive worth owning — and now, it's a modest 21% off.

Meta Quest 2| AU$439.99 AU$359.99

Meta Quest 2| AU$439.99 AU$359.99 (save AU$80)

The Meta Quest 2 is the perfect entry point into the world of virtual reality and it's currently on sale for 18% off right now. If you've been on the fence about stepping into VR and you want to try one of the most flexible headsets on the market, this is the time to snag yourself one. 

Headphones and audio

Soundcore by Anker Liberty 4 NC | AU$199.99AU$148

Soundcore by Anker Liberty 4 NC | AU$199.99 AU$148 (save AU$51.99)

We gave these Anker earbuds a 4 out of 5 stars in our review — and for good reason. The Liberty 4 NC are fantastic-sounding buds for any budget audiophile. While the noise-cancelling aspect isn't the standout, the strong drivers and customisable settings give these buds some excellent audio quality. 

Bose Ultra Open |AU$449.95AU$382.46

Bose Ultra Open | AU$449.95 AU$382.46 (save AU$67.49)

Offering great sound and low leakage, the Bose Ultra Opens are down to just AU$382.46. While the discount isn't much, we can't miss highlighting the brand's "great success" (according to our friends at TechRadar).

Available in black and white colourways. 

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds | AU$399.95 AU$268

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds | AU$399.95 AU$268 (save AU$131.95)

Slashing 33% off RRP, Bose's first gen QCEs are a great choice for ANC in-ears. If you've been holding off grabbing a pair, this mammoth discount could prove otherwise. 

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349 AU$195.99

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349 AU$195.99 (save AU$153.01)

Holding their own against the best ANC buds with high quality audio and 3D sound enhanced by head-tracking, the Samsung Galaxy Bus 2 Pros are, arguably, the best noise-cancelling earbuds so far. Slicing a massive AU$153 off RRP, if you've been holding off purchasing these earbuds, now is the time. 

Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless earbuds | AU$259.95 AU$158

Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless earbuds | AU$259.95 AU$158 (save AU$101.95)

In our review, we called these earbuds a true alternative to first-generation AirPods thanks to respectable battery life and affordability. Now, the earbuds are even more affordable with an AU$101.95 discount. Do note though, the earbuds don't come with wireless charging capabilities, but you'll get up to 24 hours of playback from one charge alone, which is rather impressive.

Fitness and wearables

Hydro Flask (32oz, Straw Lid) | AU$75AU$56

Hydro Flask (32oz, Straw Lid) | AU$75 AU$56 (save AU$19)

Ranking as one of our best water bottles to buy in 2024, this Hydro Flask will keep your liquids cold for up to 24 hours. It's also dishwasher safe, made with stainless steel insulation and comes in a variety of fun colours and lid options. 

Home appliances

Shark SpeedStyle | AU$559.99 AU$299

Shark SpeedStyle | AU$559.99 AU$299 (save AU$260.99)

If you're looking for a Dyson or GHD hair dryer alternative, then the Shark SpeedStyle is a great option for budget-friendly styling. This styler packs a punch with five attachments, three heat and airflow settings and minimal heat damage. What makes this deal even sweeter is that you can now snap up the SpeedStyle at 47% off RRP.

Ecovacs Deebot X1 Omni AU$2,499AU$1,599

Ecovacs Deebot X1 Omni | AU$2,499 AU$1,599 (save AU$900)

If you're looking for a premium robovac, this mammoth 36% off deal on the Ecovacs Deebot X1 Omni is hard to beat. The X1 Omni comes with an Auto Clean and Empty station, so this little robovac can dispose of waste and dirty water with ease. The only thing it’ll require of you is to empty and clean the station dock periodically. 

Nespresso Vertuo Next with Milk Frother | AU$389AU$299

Nespresso Vertuo Next with Milk Frother | AU$389 AU$299 (save AU$100)

This stylish unit works with Nespresso Vertuo capsules, which are available in 30 aromatic blends. Using a one-touch brewing system, you'll have a cup (or a mug) full in an instant. Plus, this bundle comes with an automatic milk frother too, making your morning coffees that much easier.

Also available in White, Matte Black, Jade and Dark Grey colourways.

Shark FlexStyle (Malibu Pink) |AU$399AU$349

Shark FlexStyle (Malibu Pink) | AU$399 AU$349 (save AU$50)

The Shark FlexStyle is the ultimate hair tool to help you recreate your favourite no frizz, salon styles at home. The styler dipped to just AU$299 on Black Friday, so this isn't the best price we’ve seen, but it may be your best bet if you're keen to grab this limited edition Malibu Pink colour before it disappears. 

Also available at Shark for AU$399


Amazon Music Unlimited | 3 months free

Amazon Music Unlimited | 3 months free (then AU$12.99 per month)

Get unfiltered access to millions of songs that you can listen to online or offline, or your favourite podcasts with Amazon Music Unlimited. Amazon is giving new subscribers three months free, which would typically set you back AU$25.98 (after a 30-day free trial). But you better be quick, this offer is only valid until 1 May 2024. 

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Lucy Scotting
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Lucy Scotting is a digital content writer for Tom’s Guide in Australia, primarily covering NBN and internet-related news. Lucy started her career writing for HR and staffing industry publications, with articles covering emerging tech, business and finance. In her spare time, Lucy can be found watching sci-fi movies, working on her dystopian fiction novel or hanging out with her dog, Fletcher.