Electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi has launched a massive sale on home entertainment with prices slashed by up to 50 per cent on popular items.
Shoppers can expect huge savings across its store and website as Australians increasingly stay in doors during the coronavirus pandemic.
The ‘Crackin’ Deals’ sale, which runs until April 13, features TVs, gaming chairs, Xbox consoles, speakers, smartphones, headphones and more.
Electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi has launched a massive sale on home entertainment with prices slashed by up to 50 per cent on popular items
JB Hi-Fi’s best deals
FFalcon 50UF1 50-inch Smart TV: On sale $398, was $448
FFalcon 55UF1 55-inch Smart TV: On sale $448, was $598
Xbox One ‘disc-free’ gaming console with three games included for $229
Google Home Max speaker with voice recognition: On sale $198, was $397
LG G8S ThinQ 128GB smartphone: On sale $499, was $999
Sony MDRZX110NC noise cancelling headphones: On Sale $47.40, was $79
Sony MDREX155AP earphones: On sale $26.97, was $44.95
Anda Seat AD5 Gaming Chair: On sale $299, was $349
If you’re looking at upgrading your screen, you can get a 50-inch 4K Smart TV for just $398 or a 55-inch for $448.
For gamers, there’s a huge range of items on sale, including Xbox One ‘disc-free’ gaming console with three games included for $229 after slashing 40 per cent off.
Customers can get gaming chairs, available in different colours, sizes, shapes and support features, with prices starting from $299.
For half price, shoppers can buy the LG G8S ThinQ 128GB smartphone with new ‘state-of-the-art security technology’ for just $499, or the Google Home Max speaker with voice recognition for $198.
Other items on sale include Sony noise cancelling headphones, with prices starting from as little as $47.40, earphones from $26.97, and wireless headphones for $59.97.
In light of COVID-19, the retailer is taking extra precautions to ensure team members and customers are safe during their shopping experience.
Shoppers can expect huge savings across its store and website as Australians increasingly stay in doors during the coronavirus pandemic (file image)
‘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.
The stores will no longer be accepting cash payments and customers are advised debit, credit or approved finance cards and JB gift cards will be the only way to make a payment.
Most stores are open but trading hours have changed so shoppers are advised to check the website for their local store.
The CBD stores including Sydney’s Pitt Street, Westfield Sydney, The Galeries and World Square, Melbourne’s South Wharf and Elizabeth St Camera Store and Brisbane’s Central will close temporarily.
‘Our CBD stores aren’t as busy as they usually are, so we will temporarily close the following stores after Thursday, April 9,’ it said.