Amazon AU's Big Smile Sale is now on — here are the best deals

Amazon Big Smile Sale
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Amazon's Big Smile Sale is the online retail giant's next best exclusive event in Australia after Prime Day, and the latest one is happening right now until 11:59pm AEDT on April 2! That means you better hurry if you want to nab a bargain before the same is over!

For those who are unfamiliar with it, the Amazon Big Smile Sale is a recurring multi-day shopping event in Australia that's known for offering big savings on a huge number of items. Last year, the Big Smile Sale was what Aussies got instead of the US and UK's Prime Early Access Sale. 

Amazon Australia's first-ever Big Smile Sale took place between April 10 and April 14, 2022. It was followed by another Big Smile Sale which kicked off on October 10 and ended on October 16, 2022.

Unlike its US and UK equivalent, Amazon's Big Smile Sale events don't require you to be a Prime member to bag a bargain — the Big Smile Sale's discounts are usually available to everyone. 

Of course, there are often additional Prime member exclusive discounts on offer, but these are usually comprised of international deals from the aforementioned Prime Early Access Sale.

Big Smile Sale: Here are the best deals


iPhone 14 Pro Max (256GB)

iPhone 14 Pro Max (256GB) | AU$2,099 AU$1,997 (save AU$102)

Get Apple's current flagship, the iPhone 14 Pro Max, with a sweet AU$102 discount thanks to Amazon's Big Smile Sale. Thanks to Apple's A16 Bionic chip, the iPhone 14 Pro Max delivers incredible performance. It also sports a large 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display (with clever Dynamic Island feature) and Apple's best camera array to date. Discount is available for Deep Purple, Gold, Silver and Space Black colour options.

iPhone 14 Pro (128GB)

iPhone 14 Pro (128GB) | AU$1,749 AU$1,599 (save AU$150)

If you don't need as much storage or screen real estate as offered by the larger iPhone 14 Pro Max, you could opt for the normal iPhone 14 Pro with 128GB of storage. In terms of specs, both phones are identical, so you don't have to worry about missing out on any features. Available now with a AU$150 discount in silver, gold and dark purple models.

Samsung Galaxy S22 (256GB)

Samsung Galaxy S22 (256GB) | AU$1,349 AU$1,045 (save AU$304)

It may be last year's model, but Samsung's Galaxy S22 can keep up with the best of them. Offering a Including a triple camera setup with a 50MP primary lens, the S22 is capable of excellent photos. On top of this, it sports a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip for powerful performance. Save AU$304 right now for Amazon's Big Smile Sale.


10.2-inch 2021 iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB)

10.2-inch 2021 iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB) | AU$549 AU$497 (save AU$52)

It isn't the biggest discount ever, but any saving on an Apple product is appreciated. Apple's 2021 iPad (64GB, Wi-Fi only) has received a AU$52 reduction for Amazon's Big Smile Sale, bringing the price down to AU$497. Expect good performance for this iPad's A13 Bionic chip and crisp images thanks to its 10.2-inch Retina display. Alternatively, you could opt for the 256GB storage option, which has been reduced from AU$799 to AU$747.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra (Wi-Fi, 256GB)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra (Wi-Fi, 256GB) | AU$1,999 AU$1,699 (save AU$300)

One of the most gorgeous tablets we've ever seen, Samsung's Tab S8 Ultra boasts a stunning 14.6-inch Super AMOLED display with minimal bezel, housed on a remarkable thin body. Use it as a tablet for fun or with Samsung's DeX desktop layout for immense productivity. Includes an S Pen stylus. Right now, the 256GB model is discounted by AU$300, while the 128GB model is reduced by AU$302 to just AU$1,497.


Beats Fit Pro |

Beats Fit Pro | AU$299.95 AU$249 (save AU$50.95)

A modest saving here on the Beats Fit Pro, which offer a far more impressive list of features compared to the Powerbeats Pro. Chief among these is ANC and Spatial Audio, so if you own a set of AirPods Pro and love the sound, but don't want to get them covered in sweat at the gym, the Beats Fit Pro are the wireless earbuds you need. The discount here applies to black and white models, or you can pick up the purple pair for AU$10 less. 

Bose QuietComfort 45

Bose QuietComfort 45 | AU$499 AU$388 (save AU$111)

In terms of Bose's over-ear offerings, the QuietComfort 45 are second only to the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, which means they're still fantastic cans. Typically, they're pretty costly, though you can alleviate that concern somewhat with this AU$111 discount. Available in navy and dark grey.

Sennheiser HD 450SE

Sennheiser HD 450SE | AU$299 AU$135 (save AU$164)

The 450SE are a special edition of the Sennheiser HD 450BT headphones, but the only real difference between them is that the 450SE come with Alexa voice assistant support, and they’re only available on Amazon. They’re a much cheaper alternative to the Sony WH-1000XM4, with detailed and clear sound quality and decent (though not class-leading) noise cancellation.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 | AU$399 AU$309 (save AU$90)

We gave Sennheiser's Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds 4.5 stars in our review, earning them our coveted Editor's Award. If that isn't enough to make you sit up and pay attention, maybe you'll be swayed by their balanced sound, good noise cancellation and compact design. Now reduced by AU$90 for Amazon's Big Smile Sale.

Sennheiser CX True Wireless

Sennheiser CX True Wireless | AU$199 AU$108 (save AU$91)

If those Sennheiser buds are a little rich for your blood, you may want to consider the more affordable CX True Wireless earbuds. Now reduced to just AU$108, these buds offer excellent audio with rich bass and a wide soundstage. Supports aptX codec over Bluetooth.

Echo Buds (2nd Gen) wireless earbuds

Echo Buds (2nd Gen) wireless earbuds | AU$169.95 AU$69 (save AU$100)

Looking for a top pair of wireless buds? Amazon's Echo Buds (2nd Gen) offer brilliant dynamic audio with active noise cancellation and a maximum of 15 hours of use when combined with the included charging case. Now discounted by a massive 59%!

Beats Powerbeats Pro

Beats Powerbeats Pro | AU$379 AU$279 (save AU$100)

If you're a gym-hound and need a thumping pair of wireless earbuds, you can't go wrong with Beats Powerbeats Pro. Sure, they don't offer active noise cancellation or EQ settings, but they offer incredibly bass-filled sound and are sweat resistant, which is what you want when you're exercising. Available in the black, cream and navy.

JBL Junior 310 kids wired headphones

JBL Junior 310 kids wired headphones | AU$39.95 AU$27.95 (save AU$12)

Need a cheap pair of cans for the kiddies? Priced at less than AU$30, you can't go wrong with this colourful set from JBL that's aimed entirely at kids. Available in both red & blue and blue & pink, the JBL Junior 310 includes a built-in mic for calls and uses a 3.5mm connector.

JBL Tune 230 noise cancelling earbuds

JBL Tune 230 noise cancelling earbuds | AU$149 AU$99.95 (save AU$40.95)

If you're on a budget but still want noise cancellation, this set of earbuds is the way to go. JBL's Tune 230 buds offer 40 hours of battery life with their included charging case, as well as Smart Ambient listening capability, and are also rated for sweat resistance, making them a good option for the gym. Now just AU$99.95, which is a saving of AU$40.95.

JBL Tune 215

JBL Tune 215| AU$76.30 AU$35 (save AU$41.30)

If you want to go even cheaper than the previous pair, look no further than the JBL Tune 215. These true wireless buds offer 25 hours of battery life (with charging case) and an in-built mic for calls and voice assistant access. Now just AU$35.


Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi routers

Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi routers | from AU$111.99 (save up to AU$180)

Amazon's eero mesh Wi-Fi routers are a great way to bring total wireless coverage to your home, and right now they're 25% off during the Big Smile Sale. Deals are now available on everything from individual Wi-Fi routers/extenders, to full tri-band mesh Wi-Fi systems.


Epson EcoTank ET-2850

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 | AU$499 AU$377.40 (save AU$121.60)

Going paperless is great for the environment, but if you can't avoid printing documents and images, you'll feel a lot better about it with Epson's EcoTank ET-2850. This multi-function printer has a refillable ink tank, which means you won't have to contribute any empty cartridges to landfills for the foreseeable future. Also includes a scanner and auto two-sided printing functionality.

Razer DeathAdder V2 Ergonomic (wired)

Razer DeathAdder V2 Ergonomic (wired) | AU$139.95 AU$36 (save AU$103.95)

Whether you need a mouse for gaming or taking care of business, Razer's DeathAdder V2 is a top quality offering that's been massively discounted. Its 20,000 DPI optical sensor will give you instant responsiveness in any situation, and you also get eight programmable buttons. Enjoy this ergonomic wired mouse for just AU$36!

Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch (2023) |M2 Pro / 16GB / 512GB SSD |

Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch (2023) |M2 Pro / 16GB / 512GB SSD | AU$3,199 AU$2,877 (save AU$322)

Powered by Apple's beastly M2 Pro chip, the Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch (2023) is hard to beat if you're looking for a productivity-focused laptop. Right now, you can get the 512GB model with 16GB of RAM at a 10% discount, bringing its price down to AU$2,877.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7+

Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$2,449 AU$1,599 (save AU$850)

Microsoft's Surface Pro 7+ can be used as a powerful 2-in-1, however you will have to buy a keyboard separately for a traditional laptop experience. In terms of specs, this deal gets you an 11th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. Normally priced at AU$2,449 from Microsoft, you get it during Amazon's Big Smile Sale for only AU$1,599. Available in black or silver.

Prism+ XQ340 ProQLED curved monitor

Prism+ XQ340 ProQLED curved monitor | AU$1,099 AU$579 (save AU$520)

Prism+ is a reliable manufacturer in the monitor game, and this 34-inch ultra-wide curved monitor is a great option if you want high-end features at an affordable price. Supports a 165Hz refresh rate at a resolution of 3440 x 1440 along with Adaptive-Sync tech to reducing screen-tearing. And, if this isn't your cup of tea, Amazon is hosting deals on other Prism+ products including flat panels and even peripherals like monitor arms.

Logitech MX Keys wireless keyboard

Logitech MX Keys wireless keyboard | AU$229.95 AU$129 (save AU$110.95)

According to our mates at TechRadar, Logitech's MX Keys is one of the best keyboards for programmers, which means it's great for getting work done. Right now, Amazon has shaved AU$110.95 off the price of this slim wireless keyboard, which offers great battery life and blacklit keys, as well as connectivity via Bluetooth and wireless dongle.

Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless

Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless | AU$99.95 from AU$49 (save up to AU$50.95)

Need a mouse to go with the keyboard above? Logitech's got you covered there too, with its G305 Lightspeed Wireless. Now discounted by over half price thanks to Amazon’s Big Smile Sale in black, white or lilac colour options.


Sonic Frontiers (PS5)

Sonic Frontiers (PS5) | AU$99.95 AU$48 (save AU$51.95)

If you've been waiting for Sonic Frontiers to come down in price, now's your time to pounce, as the latest adventure starring the world's most famous hedgehog is dropped down to just AU$48 across PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch platforms.

Up to 35% off Nintendo Switch game bundles

Up to 35% off Nintendo Switch game bundles | from AU$96 (save up to AU$56.50)

Right now, you can save big on Nintendo Switch games when you buy them a two-game bundle. Obviously, it's not such a great deal if you already own one of the games, but if you're trying to build your Switch library up from scratch, this is the way to go.

Animal Crossing New Horizons & Pokémon Legends Arceus | AU$159 AU$102.50 (save AU$56.50)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe & The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild | AU$169 AU$113 (save AU$56)
Splatoon 3 & Nintendo Switch Sports | AU$149 AU$100 (save AU$49)

JBL Quantum 300 gaming headset

JBL Quantum 300 gaming headset | AU$129 AU$44.10 (save AU$84.90)

With an epic 66% off, JBL's Quantum 300 wired gaming headset is an absolute steal. And, with thanks to its wired 3.5mm and USB connections, you'll be able to use it on every platform, which is worth its AU$44.10 price point alone.

Razer Kraken Kitty edition

Razer Kraken Kitty edition | AU$169.95 AU$77 (save AU$92.95)

Razer's Kraken gaming headset is known as an excellent pair of headphones, so how do you improve upon greatness? Make it pink and add cat ears, obviously! The Razer Kraken Kitty edition headphones have been reduced to just AU$77, which is a massive discount of AU$92! Their Bluetooth functionality allows you to listen to game audio while chatting on Discord on a separate device — perfect for crossplay.


Apple Watch 7 (45mm, GPS + cellular)

Apple Watch 7 (45mm, GPS + cellular) | AU$799 from AU$539 (save AU$260)

The 45mm version of the Apple Watch 7 (GPS + cellular model) has received a very nice AU$260 discount on its red version, bringing its price down to AU$539. If red isn't your colour, you can still get AU$200 off on the black, dark blue or dark green versions, bring its price to AU$599.

Apple Watch 7 (41mm, GPS + cellular)

Apple Watch 7 (41mm, GPS + cellular) | AU$749 from AU$539 (save AU$210)

If the 45mm case size above is too large for you, there's always the 41mm version, which has been discounted also. The red and dark green versions are cheapest at AU$539, while the black and dark blue versions of the Watch 7 can be yours for AU$562. Either way, that's a great saving on the usual price of AU$749.

Garmin Instinct 2

Garmin Instinct 2 | AU$599 AU$449 (save AU$150)

Garmin's excellent Instinct 2 is one of the best running watches you can get, offering a rugged design and up to 28 days of battery life in smartwatch mode (or 30 hours in GPS mode). It's also water resistant up to 100m and features a suite of tools for tracking cycling, swimming and even multi-sport events. Currently discounted by 25%.


JBL Charge 4 |

JBL Charge 4 | AU$230 AU$119 (save AU$111)

It may now have been replaced by a newer model, but the JBL Charge 4 is still an excellent, portable Bluetooth speaker. Combining great sound quality that brings the bass and can go seriously loud, an exceptionally long battery life and the ability to charge your phone, it's a jack of all trades that can easily fit into a bag. 

Home cinema

LG Cinebeam PF610P FHD Projector

LG Cinebeam PF610P FHD Projector | AU$1,499 AU$849 (save AU$650)

Turn your living room into a home cinema with LG's Cinebeam PF610P projectior, now discounted by a massive AU$650. While the Cinebeam PF610P's projected resolution maxes out at 1080p, it still offers decent brightness and in-built dual speakers. And, because it's from LG, it runs on the celebrated webOS TV platform.

Philips 65OLED935/79 |

Philips 65OLED935/79 | AU$4,995 AU$3,999 (save AU$996)

Philips' OLED935 series wasn't originally available in Australia at the time our colleagues at TechRadar conducted a full review, but it appears to be available on Amazon for a discounted price. The 935 series combines a stunning OLED display with an integrated soundbar from Bowers & Wilkins to deliver an overall package that has to be seen (and heard) to be believed. 

Because it's not readily available in Australia, we've taken original pricing from Philips' website, so we've also determined there is a nearly AU$700 saving on the 55-inch model.

Philips 55OLED935/79 | AU$3,695 AU$2,999 (save AU$696)


Sunbeam Barista Max |

Sunbeam Barista Max | AU$549 AU$389.39 (save AU$159.61)

We haven't reviewed this particular coffee machine from Sunbeam, but based on a wealth of positive customer reviews, we feel we're able to recommend it. Not least because of its (already) low price that has now been discounted further. Offering similar specs to competitors, you get a 15 bar pump, integrated bean grinder and milk frother and a 58mm group head. If your kitchen is missing a cafe-style home coffee machine, this could be the one to fill the gap.

Miele cordless vacuums

Miele cordless vacuums | up to 26% off

Miele's excellent cordless vacuum have been massively discounted for Amazon's Big Smile Sale, with prices starting at AU$559 for an HX1 model. That's followed by the newer HX2, which has been reduced to AU$590, and the HX2 Cat & Dog edition, which is now AU$719.

Miele Triflex HX1 | AU$699 AU$559 (save AU$140)
Miele Triflex HX2 | AU$799 AU$590 (save AU$209)
Miele Triflex HX2 Cat & Dog | AU$899 AU$719 (save AU$180)

Ecovacs Deebot X1 Turbo |

Ecovacs Deebot X1 Turbo | AU$2,499 AU$1,499 (save AU$1,000)

There's no denying that Ecovacs' 14-in-1 Deebot X1 Turbo is one of the most advanced products of its kind, but its usual price point puts it out of reach for many people. However, this robot vacuum — which will suck, mop, empty itself and even clean its own mopping pads and dirty water — becomes much more enticing with AU$,1000 slashed from its price.

Ecovacs Deebot N8 |

Ecovacs Deebot N8 | AU$999 AU$419 (save AU$580)

Of course, if you don't need a vacuum straight out of The Jetsons, you could opt to spend far less and pick up Ecovacs' excellent Deebot N8, which has been reduced by half for Amazon's Big Smile Sale, bringing it down to just AU$419. Alternatively, you could also pick it up with an auto-emptying station for just AU$719, discounted from AU$1,499. That's a discount of AU$780!

Smart home

Roborock Q7 Max

Roborock Q7 Max | AU$1,099 AU$699 (save AU$400)

Sick of vacuuming? Put your feet up and let the Roborock Q7 Max do the work for you. While it doesn't have a dock, it does offer both vacuuming and mopping functionality. Now only AU$699 (AU$400 off).

Alternatively, you could opt to spend some more and get a few extra bells and whistles with the Roborock S7+, which can dock itself and empty its own dustbin. Now on sale for AU$1,299 (AU$500 off).

Ring Spotlight Cam

Ring Spotlight Cam | AU$189 AU$132 (save AU$67)

Increase your home security and save a huge 30% off the Ring Spotlight Cam when you use apply the code CAM30 at checkout. The Ring Spotlight Cam offers easy installation, inbuilt microphones, speakers and a even spotlight to scare off trespassers, and it can even be paired with Alexa. You also get crisp 1080HD capture and motion sensing.

Arlo Pro 4 (4 pack)

Arlo Pro 4 (4 pack) | AU$1,299 AU$799 (save AU$500)

Looking to beef up your home security? Monitor everything that happens around your house with Arlo's Pro 4  wireless camera system. Get four battery-operated cameras that will last between 3-6 months off a single charge. Offers 2K resolution video that's clearly visible during day or night. Of course, you will need an Arlo Secure subscription, which gets you 30 days worth of video cloud storage and more.

Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen)

Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) | AU$229 AU$159 (save AU$70)

While we've seen it for cheaper before (it was only AU$99 on Cyber Monday last year), AU$159 is still a great price for the Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen). For a  31% discount, you get an 8-inch display, a 13MP camera for video calls and, of course, access to Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, which lets you manage other connected products around your home.

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen)

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen) | AU$79 AU$39 (save AU$40)

Get Alexa all up in your house with this excellent deal which brings you Amazon's brilliant Echo Dot smart speaker at a 51% discount. Includes the 4th Gen Echo Dot, perfect for your living room.


Koala Calm As Mattress (Queen) |

Koala Calm As Mattress (Queen) | AU$1,699 AU$1,359.20 (save AU$339.80)

We can confidently vouch for the Koala Calm As mattress, having been using one as our daily sleeper since 2019. You can read our full thoughts in our Koala Calm As review, but the long and short of it is that this is an exceptionally comfortable mattress and one that passes the durability test with flying colours. Just make sure you have a second person to help you manoeuvre it once it's out the box. 

ErgoTune Supreme V3|

ErgoTune Supreme V3| AU$749 AU$562 (save AU$187)

Treat your posture to this great saving on the ErgoTune Supreme V3 office chair, which we found to be "easily the highest quality mesh chair we've tested at this price point," in our full review. And that was at its original price of AU$749, so now it's on the receiving end of a 25% discount, it makes the ErgoTune Supreme V3 even easier to recommend as a must-have addition to your home office. Boasting a wealth of customisation and an attractive design, you'll wonder how you ever made do with your basic desk chair. Discount applies to all colours.

What is the Amazon Big Smile Sale?

Amazon's Big Smile Sale is fairly new to the scene, having only launched earlier this year in April. That first event only lasted four days though — that means Amazon is kicking things up a notch for this month's iteration, extending the sale to seven days.

The event will coincide with Amazon's two-day Prime Early Access Sale in the US and UK, which early reports referred to as a 'second' Prime Day. While that event isn't officially happening in Australia, some Prime-exclusive deals will be available to Aussies via Amazon's global store.

While we predict that both events will be slightly smaller in scale than Amazon's actual Prime Day celebrations, we're still expecting some excellent deals during its Big Smile Sale. If anything, it will surely whet our appetites for November's Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.

When is the Amazon Big Smile Sale?

The most recent Big Smile Sale happened in Australia at 12pm AEDT on Monday, October 10 before finishing up at 6pm AEDT on Sunday, October 16. Of course, there was also a Big Smile Sale that took place earlier in the year from April 10 to April 14. 

The latest Big Smile Sale is happening from Monday, March 27 to until 11:59pm AEDT on Sunday, April 2.

You don't have to be an Amazon Prime member to score a great deal, either. That said, Prime subscribers will still have access to some deals from the US and UK's Prime Early Access Sale via Amazon’s global store.

Stephen Lambrechts

Stephen Lambrechts is the Managing Editor of Tom's Guide AU and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming for over a dozen years. Before Tom's Guide, he spent several years as a Senior Journalist at TechRadar, had a brief stint as Editor in Chief at Official Xbox Magazine Australia, and has written for such mags and sites as APC, TechLife Australia, T3, FilmInk, AskMen and IGN. He's an expert when it comes to smartphones, TVs, gaming and streaming. In his spare time, he enjoys watching obscure horror movies on physical media, keeping an eye on the latest retro sneaker releases and listening to vinyl. Occasionally, he also indulges in other non-hipster stuff, like hiking.

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