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Six reasons to shop TVSN’s EOY Sale

TVSN 2 mins read

Sydney, Australia – 22 December 2023: Brace yourselves for the shopping event of the year as TVSN proudly presents the 2023 End of Year Sale, a six-day sale extravaganza from December 26th to 31st. Get ready for a super sale shopping spree filled with unbeatable savings across the entire range – fashion, beauty, homeware, and jewellery!


Here are six reasons you won't want to miss out:

  1. Half-Off Happiness: Enjoy up to 50% off on a massive range of products, giving you the perfect reason to treat yourself or stock up on birthday gifts for 2024.
  2. Fashion Frenzy: Revamp your wardrobe with the latest trends and timeless classics. From chic apparel to trendy accessories, our fashion collection has it all at jaw-dropping prices.
  3. Beauty Bonanza: Discover your beauty must-haves at prices that will make you blush! Dive into a world of skincare, cosmetics, and beauty essentials, all available at up to a fabulous 50% off.
  4. Home Sweet Savings: Transform your living spaces into a haven of style and comfort without breaking the bank. Explore our homeware collection for products to suit your home and lifestyle at irresistible discounts.
  5. Jewels for Less: Indulge in the luxury of exquisite jewellery featuring dazzling designs, gorgeous gems and magnificent metals at up to 50% off.
  6. Exclusive Extras: This isn't just a sale; it's an experience! Enjoy exclusive daily updates for the chance to snag limited-edition items and TVSN best-sellers at the best prices.


So make a date with TVSN from December 26th to 31st to explore your style, savings and six days of spectacular shopping!


Log on, switch on, click on to TVSN.


You can also download the TVSN and TVSNnow App from your Google, LG, Samsung or Play Store and browse our Salubrious EOY Sale.


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About us:

About TVSN

Australia and New Zealand's Premier Television Shopping Network, TVSN has entertained, informed and inspired customers for more than 27 years with exciting content, high quality products and exceptional customer service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From Beauty through to Fashion, Jewellery and Homewares categories, TVSN offers a curated choice of premium brands and products presented via leading experts and international celebrities, live demonstrations and customer testimonials.


5-Star Reviews

TVSN has more than 100,000 5-star product reviews from satisfied customers across Australia and New Zealand. Each review is highly regulated to ensure quality assurance and legitimacy.  

Premium Brands

TVSN carries an extensive range of premium brands including PhilipsBose, and Sony, offering the latest in product launches and exclusive deals and offers. 


International Celebrity Collections

Dolly Parton, Jane SeymourKatherine Kelly Lang, and Dr Paul Nassif from television’s Botched! are all familiar faces on TVSN, 

Home-grown Australian Brands 

TVSN is proud to support Australian brands including The Beauty Chef, The Jojoba Company, Retreatment Botanics, and many more.  


Contact details:

For media inquiries, interview requests, product sampling, and images, please contact:

Candice Appel                                                                                                       

Brand Relationship Lead


E:   P: 02 8198 6138     

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