Here are some of the top offers Australians can access for Black Friday 2018, including earlybird deals

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  • Black Friday is America’s biggest shopping day of the year.
  • Every year, more retailers in Australia join in on the sales.
  • The event will officially kick off on Friday, November 23.
  • Scroll down to see some retailers who have started their sales a week early.

Black Friday, America’s biggest shopping day of the year, is equally enjoyed by Australians looking for a great deal.

Retailers across Australia will have sales both online and in store kicking off on November 23 to mark the event.

As it lies between Thanksgiving in the US and Christmas, it’s become something of an unofficial start to the Christmas shopping season.

According to McCrindle, 1 in 3 Australians (34%) will definitely be looking out for stores offering discounts.

This year, Amazon will likely participate for the first time since it launched in Australia. And if its US approach is anything to go by, Australians could be in for an earlybird surprise.

Other retailers Down Under have also jumped the gun.

Here are a few of the best early Black Friday deal’s we’ve seen, so far.

PureVPN

Get 88% off a 5-year plan or 63% off a 1-year plan.

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Dell

Save up to 40% on on selected laptops, 25% on selected desktops, and other deals.

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DJI

Save up to 18% on drones and accessories.

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Chain Reaction Cycles

Up to 60% bikes and accessories.

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GeekBuying

Up to 60% off smartphones, laptops, tablets and more.

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Microsoft

Save $225 on the new Surface Laptop 2, and $122 on the Surface Pro 6.

Shop here >>

David Jones

Save 40% on a range of Dyson floorcare and fans.

Shop here >>

More to come.

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