For Apple fans: There's 10 per cent off the fairly set price of Apple iMacs, which can shave upwards of AU$200 off the price on high end models. Dick Smith is also offering AU$50 off all iPads (excluding the iPad 2) with an in-store deal available in selected stores.
For gamers: Pick up an Xbox One console bundle with Titanfall and Forza 5 for AU$588.
For early risers: AU$128 will get you a Sony iPod/iPhone Dock with built-in radio tuner - that's the regular price, but Harvey Norman is throwing a bonus set of Sony headphones worth AU$69 into the bundle.
For PC users: Pick up a range of Logitech accessories for 30 per cent off, including mice, keyboards and speakers.
For audiophiles: JB has cut AU$79 off the ticketed price of a colourful range of Sony splashproof speakers - the portable design is available in five colours with NFC and Bluetooth functionality, for AU$99.
For notebook users: Pick up a 15-inch HP notebook with Windows 8.1, an Intel 4th Generation Core i7 processor, 750GB HDD and 8GB of RAM. The print catalogue is advertising it for AU$996 (AU$200 off the ticketed price) but you can pick it up online for AU$846.60 thanks to a 15 per cent discount on computers.
For Vita gamers: EB is offering a Wi-Fi only PS Vita for the standard AU$199 price, but they're throwing in a 16GB memory card, and 6 downloadable Lego games from the PlayStation store (including Lego Harry Potter, Lego Batman, Lego Batman 2, Lego Star Wars 3, Lego Pirates of the Caribbean and Lego Indiana Jones). That's some good Lego value, right there.