Phones, printers, laptops on sale: end of financial year tech sales

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Phones, printers, laptops on sale: end of financial year tech sales

Get $100 back on a printer, or hundreds of dollars off a new Dell laptop in some of these sales we've spotted.

Based on past experience, cashback offers and limited-time deals can result in a lot of disappointment - especially if you don't check the fine print, or if the products sell out early. Make sure you carefully check the relevant web sites for the terms and conditions before buying anything. Things might have changed since we wrote this article, or there might be more fine print.

Kogan: Phones on sale, including Samung Galaxy S4 4G, iPhone 5

The best End of Financial Year deals to be had with Kogan are within the smartphone category, with the brand new Samsung Galaxy S4 4G version (model: i9505) selling for $639 (RRP: $769), iPhone 5 $719 (RRP: $799), iPhone 4S receiving a hefty discount at $579 (RRP: $739) and the water and dustproof Sony Xperia Z 4G handset selling for $549 (RRP: $669). [Ed note: be aware phones like the Galaxy S4 4G sold on the Kogan site are "international" models, imported directly from overseas, and the Kogan site states they "may differ in some respects" from products you'd buy in a local retail shop. You can read more about buying products this way here.]

The Kogan sale ends on June 30.

Dell: Save up to 40% off selected laptops

Dell often has sales throughout the year, and the end of the financial year is no exception. A few deals on their site at the time of writing included the desktop replacement Inspiron 17R Special Edition laptop for $899 (RRP: $1,499) [CORRECTION: this sentence previously listed the Inspiron with an incorrect price. The price has been corrected.] and the XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook for $1,599 (RRP: $1999).

The Dell sale ends today! (June 20). Note that we found two end of financial year sale pages on the Dell site - this one here, and this one labelled as "business".

Lenovo: Laptops on sale

Lenovo's web site is advertising a "late night sale", starting at 5pm and ending at midnight. To double check it is actually on today, we've called their call centre to check - we're waiting for a call back.

Use a special ecoupon code, "LATENIGHT", and you'll get a discount on certain Lenovo laptops. The discount depends on how much you spend. Here's what the site states:
  • Save $50 on all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $549 or more*
  • Save $100 on all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $700 or more*
  • Save $200 on all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $1200 or more*
  • Save $500 on all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $2200 or more*
  • Save $1000 on all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $3200 or more*
Note that the site says the offer doesn't apply to computers with "professional" editions of Windows.

Brother: Up to $100 cash back on printing products

As was the case last year, Brother is offering $100 cash back on selected inkjets, laser MFCs, printers and consumables.

If you purchase any of the eligible printers listed below from a retailer such as Harvey Norman, Officeworks, Dick Smith or JB Hi-Fi, than you will be entitled to receive up to $100 cash back.

To receive the offer, you  need to register your details and the product model, select a payment method and send in your receipt. You will then be able to track your claim on the Brother website using the supplied code. [Note: Claims and supporting documents must be received within 30 days of purchase.] 

Here is a list of the eligible models and their cash-back amounts:

The offer ends on July 31.

Have you spotted a good deal that isn’t on this list? Add your comment below.

 

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