Big W flash sale: Australian discount store lowers the price of big brand names in a two-day special
Big W launches massive ‘two-day’ flash sales on Apple iPhones and iPads – and lowers the price of dozens of major brand items for technology, furniture and devices
- Discount department store Big W launches a sale on Tuesday 18 February
- The retailer lowers the prices of telephones, tablets, furniture and toys for children
- Apple iPhones are flagged up to $ 999, while iPads are reduced to $ 469
- Playstation game consoles receive a discount of up to $ 399 and Fitbits up to $ 239
- Household appliances and fitness equipment only cost half the price for two days
- The sale runs from Tuesday 18 February to midnight on Wednesday 19 February
Discount department store Big W is set to reduce the price of iPhones, iPads and home appliances in a huge flash sale.
The Australian retail chain receives large discounts on major brand names official website from Tuesday 18 February to midnight on Wednesday 19 February.
Notable bargains include Apple iPhones for $ 999 and iPads for $ 469, along with Playstation 4 sleek game consoles for $ 399 and smart home assistants for just $ 79.
Fitbit fitness trackers will drop to $ 239, while smart Polaroid and JVC TVs will get between 20 and 40 percent off.
Discount department store Big W is set to lower the price of iPhones (left) to $ 999 and iPads (right) to only $ 469 for two days only from Tuesday 18 February to midnight on Wednesday 19 February
Playstation 4 slimline game consoles receive a discount of up to $ 399
Selected Tefal kitchenware and household appliances, including toasters, are reduced to half the price, along with a range of Fila training equipment.
Garden furniture and accessories including barbecues and sofas are reduced by 40 percent.
Children’s toys including swing sets for outdoors are reduced by 20 percent, while the price of construction clothing and footwear is reduced by 25 percent.
Luggage is reduced by 30 percent, while parents pick up school bags for children for $ 10, while supplies last.
Fitbit fitness trackers (right) are reduced to $ 239, while smart home assistants (left) are reduced to just $ 79
The news comes in the middle of grim times for the controversial Australian retail market, which has been hit by a series of notable closures over the past six months.
Big W announced the planned closure of 30 stores and two distribution centers over a three-year period from April 2019.
In January, the company announced that it would close at least three physical stores in the suburbs of Sydney of Chullora, Auburn and Fairfield with staff distributed across other Big W and Woolworths locations.
The chain, owned by Woolworths Group, closed its doors after losing $ 85 million in 2019 and $ 110 million in 2018.