Best eBay Australia deals: bargains on laptops, monitors and PCs from Dell

Dell’s official eBay store is back with another ripper sale this week, where you can get laptops, monitors and desktop PCs for 20% off their listed price. Some of our highlights come on Dell’s fantastic monitors, some of which are now 50% off their original RRP. So if your work-from-home setup needs an upgrade, there’s something for you here.

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If you’re looking for an RTX-equipped gaming laptop or PC in particular, you’re in luck. Dell’s eBay store also has some seriously good discounts on its Alienware Aurora pre-built desktops, one of which comes packing an RTX 3080 GPU. So if you’d rather get stuck into gaming than labouring over your own rig, these are certainly good choices.

You don’t need an eBay membership to score most of these deals, but you can always sign up for a free 30-day trial if you’re curious. eBay Plus subscribers get access to exclusive deals and free shipping on selected products; if you decide to stay after the free trial, a subscription costs AU$49 a year.

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Dell 27-inch curved gaming monitor (S2722DGM) | AU$599 AU$299 on Dell eBay (save AU$300)

This 27-inch gaming monitor is now half price at Dell’s eBay store. It features a curved screen with 1440p resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate, so you can expect fast-moving visuals with clarity. Support for AMD FreeSync Premium rounds out the excellent package. To get 50% off, use the code PDLTW20.

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Dell 27-inch gaming monitor (S2721DGF) | AU$799 AU$399 on Dell eBay (save AU$400)

This gaming monitor is also 50% off, with Dell slashing AU$400 off the RRP. It’s a 27-inch IPS panel, with a 165Hz refresh rate to keep visuals looking crystal clear. It’s also got support for AMD FreeSync Premium Pro to minimise screen tearing. This already discounted monitor has been reduced further, just enter the code PDLTW20 to snag the full discount.

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Alienware 38-inch curved gaming monitor (AW3821DW) | AU$2,499 AU$1,499 on Dell eBay (save AU$1,000)

This is hands-down Alienware’s best gaming monitor. It measures a massive 37.5-inches, and your screen will be filled with rich colours thanks to its use of IPS Nano Colour technology, which offers a wider colour coverage than sRGB. There’s support for Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate to buff out any chance of blur, so HDR games will look better than ever. Available from Dell’s eBay store, just use the code PDLTW20 to save a massive AU$1,000.

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Dell 27-inch 4K monitor (S2722QC) | AU$649 AU$369 on Dell eBay (save AU$280)

If you’re in need of a new monitor for your work-from-home office, this one is now on sale for just AU$369. It’s a 27-inch 4K monitor with USB-C connectivity, making it super easy to hook up to your laptop. It’s an IPS panel, and you’ll get 2160p native resolution at 60Hz. You’ll save AU$280 when you buy from Dell’s eBay store using the code PDLTW20.

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Alienware 25-inch gaming monitor (AW2521H) | AU$1,299 AU$599 on Dell eBay (save AU$700)

A 1080p IPS display, support for Nvidia G-Sync and a massive 360Hz refresh rate – those are just some of the highlights that this monitor is packing. This 24.5-inch display would usually cost you over a grand if bought at full price, but it’s now available for just AU$599 when you buy from Dell’s eBay store with the code PDLTW20.

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Alienware Aurora R12 gaming desktop | AU$5,399 AU$3,545.30 on Dell eBay (save AU$1,853.70)

This powerhouse pre-built desktop comes with top of the line specs, including an 11th-gen Intel i9 processor and an RTX 3080 graphics card. Memory and storage is excellent too, with 32GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. There’s a massive amount to be saved by buying on eBay, all you need is the code PDLTW20.

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Alienware m15 R6 | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 3060 | AU$2,999 AU$2,399 on Dell eBay (save AU$600)

This beast of a laptop is packing an 11th-gen i7 processor, backed up by an RTX 3060 GPU (which can cost upwards of AU$750 when bought on its own). You’re also getting a decent amount of RAM and a 512GB SSD. You can save AU$600 when you buy from Dell’s eBay store using the code PDLTW20.

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Dell G15 (5511) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 3060 | AU$2,599 AU$1,799 on Dell eBay (save AU$800)

This is the newest version of the Dell G15 gaming laptop, and it comes equipped with an 11th-gen Intel i7 CPU and an Nvidia RTX 3060 GPU. We haven’t spent time with this laptop yet, but online user reviews are mostly positive which certainly bodes well. For all that grunt, you’ll pay a discounted price of AU$1,799 – just enter the code PDLTW20 at checkout.

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Dell XPS 13 (9305) | i5 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$1,899 AU$1,519.20 on Dell eBay (save AU$379.80)

The Dell XPS 13 is a beautiful piece of kit, and we’d go so far as to say it’s one of the best laptops you can buy. This 2020 model matches Intel’s 11th-gen i5 chip with 16GB of RAM for excellent performance. And despite that power boost, plus an all-encompassing display, battery life is still great on this laptop. There’s now AU$379 to be saved, just enter PDLTW20 at checkout.

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Dell XPS 8940 desktop | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 3060 Ti | AU$2,899 AU$1,899 on Dell eBay (save AU$1,000)

There’s a lot of power in this pre-built desktop, and you can get it all for AU$1,000 off. It’s flaunting an 11th-gen Intel i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and an Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti graphics card. The chassis isn’t much to look at, but the internals more than make up for it. Now it can be yours for just AU$1,899 – just use the code PDLTW20 at Dell’s eBay store.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 | AU$399 AU$335.20 (save AU$63.80)

Sony’s flagship headphones may look very similar to their predecessors, but they have improved noise-cancellation and added features such as audio upscaling, multipoint pairing and conversational awareness. Sound quality is excellent, and delivered in a comfortable, lightweight form factor. Anyone can enter the code PSPR20 to get 20% off the listed price, while Plus members can get 22% off with the code PLUSSP22.

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Dyson Supersonic | AU$599 AU$479.40 (save AU$119.60)

The Dyson Supersonic is simply an excellent hair dryer, which comes with a suitably hefty price tag of AU$599. It’s comfortable to hold with easy-to-use settings, but most importantly, it has a powerful airflow (that’s quiet too). You can now score a 20% discount on the device at Dyson’s eBay store, just enter the code PSPR20. Plus members can get 22% off with PLUSSP22.

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Lenovo Smart Clock Essential | AU$59 AU$47.20 (save AU$11.80)

The Lenovo Smart Clock Essential is a smart display of sorts, with a black and white screen that’ll show you the time, day, temperature and weather. But what makes it great is having the savvy Google Assistant onboard, with the pared back display making it a good choice for the bedroom. Use the code PSPR20 to get 20% off, while Plus members can enter PLUSSP22 to save 22%.

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Xiaomi Mi 34-inch curved gaming monitor | AU$629 AU$503.20 (save AU$125.80)

This curved gaming monitor stretches 34 inches, offering up plenty of screen real estate for PC gamers. The display has a refresh rate of 144Hz with 1440p resolution and FreeSync support, so you can enjoy games at a high frame rate without being tripped up by tearing. Screen brightness comes in at up to 300 nits for a clear, vivid picture. Anyone can get 20% off the monster monitor with the code PSPR20, while Plus members save 22% with PLUSSP22.

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Xiaomi Mi Band 6 | AU$89 AU$54.40 (save AU$34.60)

The Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 5 is a cheap fitness tracker to be sure, but it offers more than meets the eye. It boasts some impressive features you’d expect to find in a much more expensive device, such as all-day stress tracking and a pulse oximeter, and its screen is exceptionally bright. To get 20% off the listed price, use the code PSPR20. Plus members can save 22% by entering PLUSSP22.

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Garmin Forerunner 745 | AU$849 AU$489.85 on Ryda eBay (save AU$359.15)

The Forerunner 745 is another solid addition to Garmin’s family of watches. It’s got accurate tracking for running, swimming, cycling and activities such as indoor rowing, with lots of metrics to dig into. You’ll also have a pulse oximeter right on your wrist, and support for Spotify. Now deeply discounted on Ryda’s eBay store in white, red and green.

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Sony 65-inch X90J 4K LED TV | AU$2,495 AU$2,295 on Sony eBay (save AU$200)

Sony’s X90J is an excellent LED TV that boasts fantastic upscaling and image enhancement thanks to its Cognitive Processor XR technology. It also runs on the latest Google TV platform, which means you have full voice assistant functionality. Usually AU$2,495, now AU$2,295. Plus members can get an extra 5% by using a unique code, which is displayed at checkout. 

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Razer Nari Essential | AU$169 AU$99 on Wireless 1 eBay (save AU$70)

There’s a very sweet deal available on this wireless gaming headset from Razer. They have 7.1 surround sound, so you can feel more immersed in FPS gameplay. Razer’s Nari Essential is discounted down to AU$99.

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