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First look: Kmart unveils exclusive new line for Black Friday

First look: Kmart unveils exclusive new line for Black Friday – including $29 1000 thread count cotton sheet sets and a portable gas barbecue for $99

  • Kmart Australia is set to launch an exclusive range of homewares for Black Friday
  • The lineup will only be available to shoppers for four days from November 29
  • Stellar deals include a portable gas barbecue,, $99 and a stylish egg chair, $179 

Kmart Australia has just revealed it is launching an exclusive range of homewares in-store for shoppers next Friday. 

The ‘Black Friday’ offer is available to customers across stores nationwide from November 29 until Monday 2 December.

Callum Smith, Kmart’s General Merchandise General Manager, said the stellar lineup is expected to fly off shelves and once it is sold, it won’t be restocked. 

Stunning offers include a rattan egg chair with stand for $179, a portable gas barbecue for $99, and 1000 thread count cotton sheet sets for just $29.

An inflatable 9-foot stand-up paddleboard set is available from the retailer for $249

Two top deals on offer by Kmart include a free-standing egg chair, priced at $179 (pictured left) and an 9-foot stand-up paddleboard set, priced at $249 (pictured right)

An E-VOLT electric bike (pictured) is on offer to shopper during the Black Friday sales for $499

An E-VOLT electric bike (pictured) is on offer to shopper during the Black Friday sales for $499

This portable gas barbecue is available to customers for an affordable $99

This portable gas barbecue is available to customers for an affordable $99

‘Black Friday is an opportunity for us at Kmart to deliver even more everyday items at the lowest prices for our customer,’ Mr Smith said.

‘We know Black Friday is a key retail event of the year and we are proud to pass on these incredible savings to our customers.’

The Black Friday offering by the retailer is perfect for those looking to stock up on Christmas gifts.

Two standout deals include an inflatable 9-foot stand-up paddleboard set, priced at $249 as well as E-VOLT electric bike, priced at $499.

What are the best Black Friday deals at Kmart?

Free-standing rattan egg chair, $179

Portable gas barbecue, $99

Inflatable 9-foot stand-up paddle board set, RRP $249

E-VOLT electric bike, RRP $499

Russell Hobbs Cambridge breakfast pack, $49

Logitech gaming headset G231, $59

1000 thread-count queen bed sheet set, $29

Googly whirlee, $9

Hot Wheels track builder total turbo take over play set, $39

Black & Decker 17V cordless drill, $49 

A G231 Logitech gaming headset is available for $59

The range also includes a Black & Decker 17V cordless drill, priced at just $49

Other specials to feature include a G231 Logitech gaming headset, priced at $59 (pictured left) and a Black & Decker 17V cordless drill, priced at just $49 (pictured right)

This stylish blender is part of a breakfast set priced at an affordable $49

This stylish blender is part of a breakfast set priced at an affordable $49

Other specials featured in the four-day extravaganza include a Russell Hobbs Cambridge Breakfast pack for $49.

This set features a two-slice toaster in stainless steel as well as a three-speed blender for smoothies or shakes.

Kmart has also gone out of its way to make sure shoppers can get their hands on well-priced deals if shopping for the kids.

A G231 Logitech gaming headset is available for $59, a Hot Wheels track builder total turbo take over playset is on offer for $39, while a Googly Whirly is priced at just $9.

Other exciting bargains sure to thrill include a Black & Decker 17V cordless drill, $49 as well as a 1000 thread-count queen sheet set, a mere $29.

Mr Smith said: The products within our Black Friday range will be hot property and once they are they’re gone, they’re gone!

‘We encourage our amazing community to get in-store quick or shop online to not miss out. You won’t find these products anywhere else!’

For more information, please visit Kmart online



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