EOFY 2024 is now over, but these top deals are still available

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It's a new financial year, which means the EOFY sales period is over, and we're now looking towards Amazon Prime Day as Australia's next major sales event.

But while a good portion of the EOFY discounts evaporated as soon as the calendar switched over to July 1, many deals from the now-concluded sales event are still up for grabs. 

That means you'll need to act fast if you want to nab a fantastic bargain, because we don't expect these prices to stick around for much longer. 

Looking to upgrade your TV? Need a new vacuum? Or maybe you're in the market for a new pair of noise cancelling headphones? If this sounds like you, this might be your last chance to pick up these items at EOFY prices.

To make the deal search easier for you, we've taken the liberty of rounding up the best sale items which are still available and placed them in a handy list. 

So while you can no longer claim any of items below as a tax deduction for the last financial year, you'll still find some incredible savings which should not be ignored. Just make sure you hang on to those receipts for next financial year.

Best EOFY deals still available

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (Wi-Fi, 512GB) | AU$1,899 AU$1,138 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (Wi-Fi, 512GB) | AU$1,899 AU$1,138 on Amazon (save AU$761)

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S9 Plus is one of the best Android tablets you can current buy, and now it's received a 30% discount thanks to Amazon. Use the included S Pen to write, sketch and create on its incredibly responsive 12.9-inch AMOLED display. 

Gigabyte M32UC 31.5-inch 4K 144Hz curved gaming monitor |AU$999now AU$779 from Scorptec

Gigabyte M32UC 31.5-inch 4K 144Hz curved gaming monitor | AU$999 now AU$779 from Scorptec (save AU$220)

Get truly immersed in your games with Gigabyte's 31.5-inch M32UC curved gaming monitor. This VA panel offers a 4K resolution and 144Hz refresh rate (160Hz OC), along with a 1ms response time. It also displays 93% DCI-P3 colour (123% sRGB). Right now, it's discounted by 22%, bringing its price down from AU$999 to just AU$779 — that's a saving of AU$220!

Logitech G915 Lightspeed wireless mechanical keyboard AU$399AU$259 on Amazon

Logitech G915 Lightspeed wireless mechanical keyboard | AU$399 AU$259 on Amazon (save AU$140)

One of the best low-profile wireless mechanical keyboards you can get, the Logitech G915 supports multiple profiles, meaning you can switch up your macros and colour schemes with ease — and now, this Logitech keyboard is discounted by a modest AU$140. 

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro (Graphite) |AU$349AU$179 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro (Graphite) | AU$349 AU$179 on Amazon (save AU$170)

These Samsung earbuds feel like you're not wearing them at all, with its lightweight and comfortable design. The buds also deliver fantastic sound quality, with active noise cancellation and 360 spatial audio. 

Dyson V11 Advanced |AU$1,199AU$799 at Dyson

Dyson V11 Advanced | AU$1,199 AU$799 at Dyson (save AU$400)

This Dyson V11 deal offers incredible value for money, with a saving of AU$400. You'll get 60 minutes of runtime on a singular charge, 60% more suction than previous models and it's cordless, which is pretty great for reaching underneath furniture or getting to hard-to-reach spaces.  

Philips Essential Airfyer XL 3000 Series (HD9270/21) |AU$299AU$189 on Amazon

Philips Essential Airfyer XL 3000 Series (HD9270/21) | AU$299 AU$189 on Amazon (save AU$110)

Air frying is all the rage these days, but it can be hard to find the right one for your needs amongst so many options. That said, the Philips Essential Airfyer XL 3000 is great for all occasions, thanks to its impressive air flow and large-ish capacity. You also get 7 presets and 14 functions, which is great at this discounted price.

Samsung S90D (55-inch) QD-OLED TV | AU$3,295AU$1,930 at Appliance Central

Samsung S90D (55-inch) QD-OLED TV | AU$3,295 AU$1,930 at Appliance Central(save AU$1,365)

Samsung's second best OLED TV of the year is still a fantastic telly, offering inky black levels are gorgeous picture quality, which is par for course when it comes to OLED TVs. Right now, you can score a huge AU$1,365 discount over at Appliance Central, even if the retailer isn't technically referring to it as an EOFY deal.

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G (128GB) | AU$699 AU$599 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G (128GB) | AU$699 AU$599 on Amazon (save AU$100)

Love Samsung phones but can't afford a flagship device? Samsung's Galaxy A55 is the answer, thanks to its premium design and gorgeous display. On top of boasting excellent battery life, it even handles some AI photography tasks, which is impressive for a phone at this price point. It's no wonder we gave it 4 stars in our review. It was a little cheaper last week, but you can get it now at a AU$100 discount, which is still pretty good.

Samsung Galaxy S9 FE (Wi-Fi, 128GB) | AU$749 AU$524 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy S9 FE (Wi-Fi, 128GB) | AU$749 AU$524 on Amazon (save AU$225)

Samsung's cheapest 'premium' 2023 tablet from the S family packs a 10.9-inch screen, 13+ hour battery life and even includes an S Pen stylus for writing and drawing. Better yet, this Amazon deal slashes 30% off the regular price and is available in Silver, Lavender and Grey colours.

Gigabyte G5 MF5 15.6-inch gaming laptop | i7-12650H / RTX 4050/ 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD |AU$1,799now AU$1,299 from Umart AU$1,799

Gigabyte G5 MF5 15.6-inch gaming laptop | i7-12650H / RTX 4050 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$1,799 now AU$1,299 from Umart (save AU$500)

Are you a gamer on a budget? You'll appreciate the Gigabyte G5 MF5 gaming laptop, which is now discounted by a massive AU$500. Sporting an RTX 4060 GPU, you should have no problem achieving decent frame rates on this 1080p display with 144Hz refresh rate. It's also fairly thin and lightweight, making it a great option for gaming on the go. Now only AU$1,799 AU$1,299.

Gigabyte G6 KF 16-inch gaming laptop | i7-13620H / RTX 4060/ 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD |AU$1,999now AU$1,598 from Centre Com AU$1,999

Gigabyte G6 KF 16-inch gaming laptop | i7-13620H / RTX 4060 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$1,999 now AU$1,598 from Centre Com (save AU$401)

If you're looking for a great deal on a gaming laptop, you've come to the right place — Gigabyte's G6 KF 16-inch gaming laptop boasts an RTX 4060 GPU, 16GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage, and is now only AU$1,999 AU$1,598 for EOFY. It's also got a 1200p display with 165Hz refresh and supports Wi-Fi 6E. At this price, it's a steal.

2022 Apple MacBook Air (13.6-inch) M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSDAU$1,599AU$1,349 at JB Hi-Fi

2022 Apple MacBook Air (13.6-inch) | M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD | AU$1,599 AU$1,349 at JB Hi-Fi (save AU$250)

If you want to save a little extra dosh, you can opt for the 2022 MacBook Air (13.6-inch) which is still great thanks to its M2 chip. Save AU$250 on the 8GB / 256GB SSD model thanks to this deal from JB Hi-Fi.

If you're after more storage, the 512GB SSD version is available from Apple direct for AU$1,669, which is also a saving of AU$230.

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 (15-fe0047TU) i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD AU$2,699AU$1,592 at HP

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 (15-fe0047TU) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$2,699 AU$1,592 at HP (save AU$1,107)

Save a bundle on HP's Envy x360 2-in-1 thanks to this amazing deal from HP which shaves AU$1,107 off the RRP. That's for the Intel Core i7 model with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage. Sporting a crisp 15.6-inch 1080p touchscreen, the HP Envy x360 folds over into a tablet orientation, giving you a great all-round machine for productivity and creativity. Alternatively, you could pick up the lower-spec i5 variant (15-fe0022TU), which is now only AU$1,297 (save AU$902). 

Lenovo ThinkPad P16s (Gen 2) i5 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSDAU$3,859 AU$1,807 at Lenovo

Lenovo ThinkPad P16s (Gen 2) | i5 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$3,859 AU$1,807 at Lenovo (save AU$2,052)

A great workstation option for those on the go, Lenovo's ThinkPad P16s Gen 2 has received a huge 54% discount from Lenovo's website for EOFY. Sporting a 13th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU, this model is well-equipped for productivity-focused tasks, while its RTX a500 4GB GPU ensures it can handle generative AI features. It's got a 16-inch display, a fingerprint scanner and Thunderbolt 4 support, while its IR webcam allows for secure facial recognition. Now discounted by a massive AU$2,052 from the RRP.

Lenovo ThinkPad T14s (Gen 4 AMD) | Ryzen 5 PRO / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$2,739 AU$1,985

Lenovo ThinkPad T14s (Gen 4 AMD) | Ryzen 5 PRO / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$2,739 AU$1,985 (save AU$754) 

Need a productivity-focused laptop that's also lightweight? The ThinkPad T14s is a good option, weighing just 1.26kg. It's Ryzen 5 Pro CPU is ready take on work tasks of all types, and you also get a facial recognition webcam, fingerprint reader, excellent battery life, and a 14-inch 1200p display. Right now, you can save 27% off the RRP from Lenovo.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 11) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$3,779 AU$2,557 EXTENDED

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 11) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$3,779 AU$2,557 (save AU$1,222 with coupon code EXTENDED

Lenovo's business-focused ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 11 laptop offers decent specs for productivity, including an Intel Core i7 CPU and 16GB of RAM. You also get 512GB of SSD storage, along with dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 1080p webcam with facial recognition, and a quad mic array with noise cancellation. 

Lenovo Yoga 7i 2-in-1 14-inch (Gen 9) | Core Ultra 7 155U / 16GB / 512GB SSD | AU$2,349 AU$1,469 at Lenovo EXTENDED

Lenovo Yoga 7i 2-in-1 14-inch (Gen 9) | Core Ultra 7 155U / 16GB / 512GB SSD | AU$2,349 AU$1,469 at Lenovo (save AU$880 with coupon code EXTENDED

An excellent 2-in-1 for both productivity and creativity, the Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 9 offers a stunning 14-inch pen-ready IPS screen that flips all the way over for a handy tablet mode. You also get all-day battery life thanks to its power-efficient display.

Samsung T7 1TB (black) |AU$279AU$152.17 on Amazon

Samsung T7 1TB (black) | AU$279 AU$152.17 on Amazon (save AU$126.83)

Need some ultra-fast portable storage? Samsung's T7 SSD is a great option that's compatible with PC, Mac and Android devices, and works well as storage for gaming consoles, even if you can't play PS5 and Xbox games directly off them. Right now, the 1TB version is a huge 45% off, bringing the price down to just AU$152.17.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 |AU$499AU$465 on Amazon

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 | AU$499 AU$465 on Amazon (save AU$34)

If you're sick of buying expensive printer cartridges, you might appreciate the Epson EcoTank ET-2850. It sports refillable tanks, meaning you can get your ink from anywhere, and it's also better for the environment due to the reduced waste. It also works wirelessly from PCs, laptops, phones and tablets, and has a handy 1.4-inch colour display for easy setup and navigation.

Samsung The Frame TV (50-inch) | AU$1,795AU$1,430 at Appliance Central

Samsung The Frame TV (50-inch) | AU$1,795 AU$1,430 at Appliance Central (save AU$365) 

If you've been wanting to get your hands on one of these aesthetically pleasing Frame TVs, now may be the perfect time. The Frame TV transforms your screen into a work of art, which can be fully customisable to suit your home decor. Slashing a nice AU$365 off RRP, this Appliance Central deal on the 50-inch model is pretty good, even if it was slightly cheaper last week. 

Nintendo Switch OLED Console (Neon) | AU$539.95 AU$449 on Amazon

Nintendo Switch OLED Console (Neon) | AU$539.95 AU$449 on Amazon (save AU$90.95)

The Nintendo Switch OLED delivers a gorgeous display, an improved kickstand, and lots of storage space. The console retains the same excellent features found on a base model but adds a bit of extravagance with its sleek design, elongated screen and updated speakers. 

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95 AU$44 on Amazon

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95 AU$44 on Amazon (save AU$65.95)

As one of 2023's best games, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor delivers solid gameplay, a captivating story and beyond-stunning visuals. We gave our Star Wars: Jedi Survivor review an impressive 4.5 stars as it stands out as a beacon of hope for the popular franchise. Playing as Jedi-in-hiding Cal Ketsis, the game combines lightsaber combat with rewarding exploration, which will thrill Star Wars fans new and old. 

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95AU$49 on Amazon

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95 AU$49 on Amazon (save AU$60.95)

Currently at its lowest price ever of AU$49, this Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora PS5 deal is hard to pass up. We called the game one of the biggest surprises of 2023, thanks to its immersive gameplay and visually stunning backdrop amid the action. Ride on the back of a banshee as you play as a Na'vi and explore the seemingly vast lands that James Cameron's universe has to offer.  

Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth (PlayStation 5) | AU$119.95 AU$69 on Amazon

Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth (PlayStation 5) | AU$119.95 AU$69 on Amazon (save AU$50.95)

Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth is a thrilling, visually stunning reimagination of the beloved classic game, inviting players into the captivating world of Midgar. The game was only released in February this year, so this 34% discount is pretty stellar, bringing the game down to just AU$69. 

Dragon's Dogma 2 Lenticular Edition (PlayStation 5) | AU$99AU$69 on Amazon

Dragon's Dogma 2 Lenticular Edition (PlayStation 5) | AU$99 AU$69 on Amazon (save AU$30)

We've called this RPG the best since Elden Ring — and for good reason too. Dragon's Dogma 2 is an action RPG set in an original fantasy world, where you play as a hero on a mission to defeat — you guessed it — a Dragon and save the realm. This is the first time we've seen this new release drop since its debut, so if you've been holding off, now's the time to snap it up!

Bose QuietComfort | AU$549AU$399 on Amazon

Bose QuietComfort | AU$549 AU$399 on Amazon (save AU$150)

The Bose QuietComfort are a stunning set of headphones, offering stellar active noise-cancellation. The Immersive mode allows you to turn any of your favourite tracks into a Spatial Audio bop, which is next-level. 

Available in both black and white colourways. 

AirPods (2019, 2nd Gen) | AU$219AU$152 on Amazon

AirPods (2019, 2nd Gen) | AU$219 AU$152 on Amazon (save AU$67.01)

Apple's ever-popular AirPods are discounted AU$64.01 on Amazon right now, bringing their price down to just AU$152. That's just a few dollars shy from their lowest ever price on the online retailer. Enjoy seamless switching between Apple products.

Google Pixel Buds Pro |AU$299AU$179 at JB Hi-Fi

Google Pixel Buds Pro | AU$299 AU$179 at JB Hi-Fi (save AU$120)

While the Google Store is offering a nice discount of AU$75 for the Pixel Buds Pro, JB Hi-Fi has one-upped the savings, by delivering an AU$120 discount. The Pixel Buds are available in four colourways – Charcoal, Bay, Porcelain and Fog

Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless (Denim) | AU$639AU$419 at JB Hi-Fi

Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless (Denim) | AU$639 AU$419 at JB Hi-Fi (save AU$220)

Sennheiser's Momentum 4 wireless cans offer stellar active noise cancellation, great sound and call quality and an impressive 60-hour battery life on a singular charge. They're also super lightweight for all-day wear comfort, and with a saving of AU$220, this deal is hard to pass up. 

Do note though, that this deal is only for the Denim colourway, but other options are discounted on the Sennheiser website from AU$475.

Apple Watch 9 |from AU$649from AU$588 on Amazon

Apple Watch 9 | from AU$649 from AU$588 on Amazon (save AU$61)

Apple Watch 9 is the Cupertino company's latest smartwatch, and now you pick it up at its first major discount thanks to this deal from Amazon. Right now, you can save AU$61 on either the 41mm or 45mm display size option in a variety of colourways.

Shark IZ102 Cordless Vacuum | $549.99 AU$277 on Amazon

Shark IZ102 Cordless Vacuum | $549.99 AU$277 on Amazon (save AU$272.99)

If you're looking to save some extra pennies on a stick vac purchase, this Amazon deal is for you. Shaving a massive 50% off, this Shark IZ102 cordless vac offers powerful suction and a self-cleaning brush roll. Plus, the nozzle has LED lights that'll reveal any hidden dust and debris as you vacuum. 

Canon PowerShot V10 |AU$699AU$517.75 on Amazon

Canon PowerShot V10 | AU$699 AU$517.75 on Amazon (save AU$154)

This handy Canon PowerShot V10 will quite literally fit in the palm of your hand, making photos, videos and even content creation an absolute breeze. With minimal control buttons, a 2-inch touchscreen and 4K/30ps video capability, this point-and-shoot is perfect for your next trip away or stroll in a park. 

Breville the Infuser |AU$899AU$359.10 at Breville using code BREVFUTURE10

Breville the Infuser | AU$899 AU$359.10 at Breville using code BREVFUTURE10 (save AU$539.90)

Already discounted down to just AU$399 – but dropping further using our code BREVFUTURE10 at checkout. This slimline espresso machine is perfect for any budding home baristas. Not taking up much counter space, this manual coffee machine will pull shots and froth milk and is a cheaper alternative to others on the market.

KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer KSM192 | AU$879AU$749 at KitchenAid

KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer KSM192 | AU$879 AU$749 at KitchenAid (save AU$130)

If you're looking for a stylish kitchen appliance to upgrade your home baking to the next level, this awesome deal is for you. With a 4.8L capacity, 10 different speed settings and 4 attachments, including a dough hook and pastry beater, this powerful mixer can mix, beat and whip up a storm. 

Also available in a variety of fun colours. 

Roborock Q7 Max+ |AU$1,399AU$799 on Amazon

Roborock Q7 Max+ | AU$1,399 AU$799 on Amazon (save AU$600)

While the Deebot X1 Omni has a larger self-cleaning dock, this Roborock Q7 Max+ is slightly smaller, so if you're worried about size, this robovac is effectively cheaper. The Q7 Max+ also has less suction power than its competitors but is still a reliable bot that will vacuum, mop, and self-clean its bin and water reserve.

Dyson V15 Detect Absolute |AU$1,399AU$975 at Appliance Central

Dyson V15 Detect Absolute | AU$1,399 AU$975 at Appliance Central (save AU$424)

If you're looking to invest in a Dyson cordless vac, but don't want to fork out for the full price, now may be a great time to snap up the V15 Detect Absolute. This model comes with five attachments, so it can deep clean your surfaces with ease.

Also available at other retailers such as Dyson – AU$996 | JB Hi-Fi – AU$996 | The Good Guys – AU$996 | Myer – AU$999

Shark FlexStyle |AU$449.99AU$368 on Amazon

Shark FlexStyle | AU$449.99 AU$368 on Amazon (save AU$81)

Dyson's Airwrap is a great product, but it's also very expensive, making the Shark Flexstyle a great (read: cheaper) alternative. Now with an 18% discount, it's down to AU$386, which is a great price for a full styling kit for all hair types.

Vitamix Ascent 2300i blender |AU$1,099AU$754 on Amazon

Vitamix Ascent 2300i blender | AU$1,099 AU$754 on Amazon (save AU$345)

Admittedly, we haven't tested this device, but our sister site T3 has, and its review said the Vitamix Ascent 2300i is a "real quality blender that will last longer than most things in your home", which is high praise. While the reviewer did say it was a bit too expensive, this deal shaves AU$345 off the price, making it far more appealing as a result.

Ecovacs Deebot X1 Omni Robot Vacuum Cleaner (White) | AU$2,499 AU$1,599 on Amazon

Ecovacs Deebot X1 Omni Robot Vacuum Cleaner (White) | AU$2,499 AU$1,599 on Amazon (save AU$900)

Looking for a robot vacuum that does the works? The Ecovacs Deebot X1 Omni not only vacuums and mops, but also automatically empties itself and even washes its own mop. Featuring TrueMapping 2.0 for accurate navigation and even voice control functionality, the Deebot X1 Omni is a steal at 32% off.

EOFY sales 2024: What is it and when does it take place?

In Australia, the end of financial year is June 30. Once the calendar has changed to July 1, a new financial year will have started, and individuals and business will have until October 30 to file their tax returns for the previous financial year with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

So where do the EOFY sales fit within all this? Good question — in the lead up to EOFY, Australia's retailers will try and move as much of the previous year's remaining stock as possible, which is why so many perfectly good items are marked down to near-clearance prices.

That not only gives Aussie consumers the chance to save big on products they've had their eye on, it also gives them one more opportunity to buy tax-deductible items for work before the financial year is up.

Typically, Australia’s EOFY sales kick off on or around June 1 and run until the end of the month on June 30. That said, some retailers will have been known to start their EOFY sales earlier by slashing their prices from the end of May. Still, it's our opinion that the best EOFY deals usually arrive in June, so don't be afraid to wait a little for a better deal to come along. 

EOFY sales 2024: What to expect

Looking to save money on electronics? You're bound to find plenty of amazing deals and discounts during this year's EOFY sales. 

Based on the tax-time deals we've covered in previous years, we're expecting massive savings on all kinds of tech items during EOFY 2023. That means price reductions on laptops and computers, headphones, gaming consoles and peripherals, TVs, smartphones and tablets, small and large appliances, cameras, beauty products, smart home devices and much more.

Obviously, every retailer is different. That said, we've come to expect discounts as big as 50% off on larger items during EOFY sales, and up to 70% on smaller ones like books and games.

Our advice? Bookmark this page and come back regularly, because we'll be continually populating it with all sorts of deals and discounts throughout the month of June. You won't want to miss out!

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 the last 15 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 publications as APC, TechLife Australia, T3, FilmInk, AskMen, Daily Telegraph 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.