JB Hi-Fi kicks off a huge ‘tax time madness’ sale – Daily Mail


JB Hi-Fi kicks off a huge ‘tax time madness’ sale with prices slashed across laptops, tablets, TVs and kitchen gadgets – but there’s just HOURS left to shop

  • JB Hi-Fi has launched a massive ‘tax time madness’ sale on selected products
  • Shoppers can make big-ticket purchases on appliances around Australia
  • The nationwide sale starts now and ends at midnight on Wednesday, June 10 

With the end of financial year fast approaching, JB Hi-Fi has launched a massive ‘tax time madness’ sale on laptops, tablets, TVs and kitchen gadgets. 

Australian shoppers can expect huge savings on home appliances – but there’s just hours left to shop as the nationwide sale ends at midnight on Wednesday, June 10.

Notable deals include a $99 Lenovo 16GB tablet, USB sticks from $7, laptops slashed by as much as $300 and a $500 discount on a 77-inch TV.

With the end of financial year fast approaching, JB Hi-Fi has launched a massive ‘tax time madness’ sale on laptops, tablets, TVs and kitchen gadgets 

Revealed: The best deals at JB Hi-Fi 

Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones: On sale $59, was $99

Lenovo TAB E7 16GB Tablet: On sale $99, was $109

HP14-DB0006AU 14″ Chromebook (32GB): On sale $349

HP 14-DK0019AU 14″ Laptop: On sale $594

Smartphone Alcatel 3x 64GB: On sale $199, was $299

NutriBullet 600 Series: On sale $69, was $79

SanDisk Cruzer Snap 16GB USB 2.0: On sale $7 

Samsung Galaxy Fit Activity Tracker: On sale $59, was $119

Navman MiVue745 2.7″ Dash Cam with GPS: On sale $99, was $139

Belkin Pocket 5,000mAh Power Bank: On sale $31.95, was $39.95 

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Shoppers can get the HP 14-inch laptop for $594 or the HP 14-inch Chromebook or just $349. The Chromebook is currently sold out online due to ‘very high demand’ but customers are urged to their their local store.

The Sony noise cancelling headphones are now $59, or buy two Lenovo smart display with Google Assistant for just $199, normally retailed at $129 each.

For fitness enthusiasts, there’s a Samsung Galaxy fitness tracker for just $59, normally $119, or a selection of Garmin watches ranging from $45 to just $64.

If you’re looking to upgrade your current TV, you can get the LG 75 inch screen for $2,495 after a $500 discount or you can buy a very cheap screen from just $168.

Other products on sale include Bose wireless earphones for $196 and smartphones from as little as $149.

For half price, shoppers can get the Kapture dashcam with GPS $149, or a Navman dashcam with GPS tagging for $99.

In the kitchen aisle, there’s a huge range of gadgets on sale for a fraction of the price, including a $49 Breville rice cooker, $69 NutriBullet, $39 Sunbeam slow cooker, $119 DeLonghi Nespresso, $169 Crock Pot and SodaStreams from $109.

The retailer has launched another ‘tax time madness’ sale, which ends on June 30.

The sale includes laptops for a fraction of the price, $165 off Galaxy Tab, $99 paper shredder, $79 laminator, $31.95 power banks, and $100 off GoPro.

Australian shoppers can make big-ticket purchases on home appliances (file image)

In light of COVID-19, the retailer is taking extra precautions to ensure team members and customers are safe during their shopping experience. 

‘We want to do our best during this challenging period to allow our customers to access service, advice and product when they need it,’ it said on its website.

‘We have expanded our cleaning routines across our stores, including increased cleaning throughout the day.

‘Our teams have had additional training on maintaining good hygiene practices. To support this, stores may be operating a little differently than usual.’

All stores will allow a maximum of 100 people into each store at any given time – meaning larger stores will fall well within and smaller stores will meet the federal government’s recommendations on social distancing.

Payment via debit, credit or approved finance cards, as well as JB gift cards through our payment terminals is the preferred way to make payment in our stores. However, the store will accept cash if that is the only way you can make payment. 

Most stores are open but trading hours have changed so shoppers are advised to check the website for their local store. 

JB Hi-Fi employee reveals tricks to shop at the electronics store

A JB Hi-Fi employee (left) has revealed the secrets to shopping at the store

A JB Hi-Fi employee has shared her top secrets to shopping at the electronics store – including getting the best discounts on products every time.

The Sydney employee took to TikTok to reveal the four ‘hacks’ you should know about.

‘Tip number one, if you want to get served as soon as possible, go to the Apple desk because I can guarantee someone will come serve you ASAP,’ she said.

‘Hack number two, if you go into the store and they don’t have the stock of the product, just tell them to transfer the stock in from another store.

‘Number three, if you want a good price, ask for a discount or a good deal because we do give discounts.

‘Last hack – don’t wear a hoodie to JB HI-FI because we are most likely going to think you’re stealing.’