AirPods, mattresses and the best swimwear

Australian brand Andy Swim is offering tiered discounts on orders, with 20 percent off up to $200, 30 percent off up to $300 and 40 percent off $300. Bondi Born, a participant of Green Friday, which encourages sustainability-focused shopping, is taking 60 percent off previous collections – including swimwear and resort wear (November 24-29). Shop local elsewhere at Victoria & Woods (20 percent off, until November 27) and at sleepwear brand Papinella (up to 50 percent off, until November 28).

EMU Australia‘s sheepskin slippers and shoes are tickling our fancy (50 percent off, November 21-28), while Nine West has us covered for festive season footwear (30 percent off, November 24-28).

And if you’re constantly losing your phone or keys, now may be time to put an end to that habit with 50 percent off Maison de Saber‘s range of monogrammed leather goods (until November 30).

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Lee Matthewswhich rarely goes on sale, is taking 50 percent off a select range of styles (while stocks last), while Come on is offering 25 percent off full-price and sale styles. Kiwi label Paris Georgia has taken up to 50 percent off its end of season sale (while stocks last).

Underwear brand Nala is doing Black Friday a little differently this year. Twenty percent of each sale will be donated to one of their charity partners, with customers given the choice between The Equality Project, Stars Foundation and The Butterfly Foundation (until November 27).

Suit up with Van Heusen‘s menswear sale, including four for $100 business shirts and polos, 50 percent off shirts and chinos and $299 suits (November 24-28).

The sneaker aficionados at Hype DC are throwing the doors open on their Pitt St Sydney and QVB Melbourne stores for a 24-hour sale this Friday (20 per cent, November 25 12.00am – 11.59pm).

Health and beauty

PE Nation activewear from The Iconic;  Fenty Beauty from Sephora;  Aesop from Adore Beauty.

PE Nation activewear from The Iconic; Fenty Beauty from Sephora; Aesop from Adore Beauty.

Adore Beauty is offering up to 35 percent off a selection of its vast stable of brands (November 25-28), while Sephora is reducing its entire range (15 percent off or 20 percent off orders over $100, excluding Dyson and sale items, November 23-27).

Get some Christmas shopping done early with Jurlique offering 20 percent off store wide, including on their Christmas gift sets, and Airday‘s award-winning sunscreen makes a great stocking-stuffer with summer on its way (November 25-28).

Hit refresh on PE Nation’s range of activewear at The Iconic (30-40 per cent off, until November 29), and pair it with 60 per cent off your first month of Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw’s fitness app, Keep it cleaner (enter code “BLACKFRIDAY22” at checkout, November 24-28).

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Kx Pilateswhich has over 90 studios Australia-wide, is offering bundle deals on classes – receive up to four free (ends November 29).

Home refresh

In Bed, Maison Balzac, Pet Circle, and Hay Store.

In Bed, Maison Balzac, Pet Circle, and Hay Store.

Nab one of ever-popular koala’s popular mattresses at up to 25 percent off, and dress it with IN BED‘s b-corp certified natural bed linen (up to 35 percent off, ends November 31).

Kmart‘s Black Friday event, “Bright Friday”, launches Thursday, with discounts on LEGO sets for the kids, Polaroid cameras, and designer fragrances (until stocks last).

Take 20 percent off Scandi-brand Hay Store‘s coveted range of lighting and furniture (use code HAYBF22 at checkout, November 24-26). For the most Instagrammable of home accessories, Maison Balzac‘s range of glassware, ceramics, and home fragrance is 20 percent off, including already reduced items (Enter code “ENJOY20” at checkout, November 22-28).

Don’t forget the fur baby – Pet Circle and Pet Barn are both offering deals on food, health, grooming, and accessories (50 percent, until November 28).

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Dog by Dr. Lisa is offering 30 percent off its range of eco-friendly pet accessories, grooming, and lifestyle products (until November 28).

Gadgets and Gizmos

Dyson;  ASUS laptops from JB HIFI;  Apple AirPods from eBay.

Dyson; ASUS laptops from JB HIFI; Apple AirPods from eBay.

Savvy shoppers would be wise to take advantage of Black Friday deals when it comes to tech. If you’ve been coveting one of Dyson‘s cordless vacuum cleaners, a selection is on sale at up to $400 off. Dyson is also offering a $200 off their Corrale straightener, a two-for-one deal on their air purifiers, and various gifts with purchase (November 21-27). Elsewhere, shop Dyson products from David Joneswho are offering discounts from $200 off (November 21-25), and 15 percent off Dyson beauty at The Iconic (November 24-25).

Shop Apple headphones, lifestyle and gaming devices, and TVs at tech titans JB HI-FI (November 25-28), and a broad range on sale over at Ebay – our pick? A pair of Apple AirPods reduced from $397 to $259.

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Adobe is offering 40 percent off a one-year subscription on its Creative Cloud all apps plan (Until November 5).

Keen home cooks can take up to 20 percent off KitchenAid stand mixers, toasters, blenders and more (until November 27).

Travel

July;  Ovolo Hotels;  Antler.

July; Ovolo Hotels; Antler.

Jetting off soon? Melbourne-based brand July is offering bundle deals on its slick personalized luggage and accessories (until November 29), while British heritage brand Antler is taking 30 percent off its entire range (until November 28).

To get you there, Virgin Australia has flights starting from $55 this Thursday (up to 30 percent, November 24-29).

Ovolo Hotels are taking up to 40 percent off select suites and rooms in any of their locations across Australia, Bali and Hong Kong (November 25-28, until November 30 for Bali).

Tours with Trafalgar and Insight Vacations are 15 percent off, from the best of Spain and Portugal to the country roads of Croatia (until December 5).

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