Just like buying from a retail store, you need to shop around online to find the best price. Drew lists 10 of the best websites to find a bargain online.
Brand new or second-hand items at discounted prices.
Similar to eBay. All postings are from users listing their new or used items for sale at affordable prices.
The Trading Post moved online in recent years. Find a bargain in your local area to save on delivery costs.
Online Department Stores
Operating since 2004, oo.com.au has a large range of products, including the kitchen sink at largely discounted prices.
The fastest growing Australian online fashion store stocking 15,000 products from 500 brands with free overnight shipping.
The direct competition to oo.com.au, Deals Direct lists a new deal every day on their homepage for a 24-hour period.
A large variety of products for sale, Dstore is more difficult to navigate than oo.com.au and Dealsdirect.com.au but is competitive on price point.
The group buying behemoth, Catchoftheday.com.au has slowly grown from offering a single item per day into selling multiple high quality items at discount prices delivered within 15 days of purchase.
Books and DVDs
The goliath of book sales, Amazon.com has the largest variety of books for sale at reasonable prices.
A large variety of DVDs, books and magazines.
An Australian-owned brand which makes its own products, selling at lower than market price for electronics.
If you are looking to buy an iPod or other electronic product from Apple, you can browse available products and buy online.