One of Australia’s biggest online sales events officially begins at 7pm AEDT tonight, though many retailers are already offering great discounts online. The best is yet to come, however, with Click Frenzy offering some must-be-seen-to-be-believed bargains tonight: A 55-inch LED TV for $10, $2 Fitbits and travel deals galore.
In a fight to stay relevant with the Amazon behemoth looming overhead, Click Frenzy are going ALL IN tonight at 7pm AEDT. If you're in other capital cities, here's what time the sales start (though you should prepare yourself a little earlier):
- Perth, WA: 4pm
- Darwin, NT: 5:30pm
- Brisbane, QLD: 6pm
- Adelaide, SA: 6:30pm
- Sydney, NSW: 7pm
- Canberra, ACT: 7pm
- Melbourne, VIC: 7pm
- Hobart, TAS: 7pm
As reported by Channel Nine last night, Click Frenzy subscribers will have access to some nearly-unbelievable prices. Among the deals? A 55" LG LED TV will be going for $10, Fitbits will be going for $2 and you can get a $200 Myer gift card for $2.
How can you get these deals? You have to sign up at Click Frenzy's website and enter your email address. This will give you access to exclusive Click Frenzy only offers throughout the sale. There are other details that Click Frenzy ask for, but I'd suggest just using a dummy account to make the most of the deals tonight and ensure that your inbox doesn't get clogged up throughout the year.
If you are using the site to grab a deal - you should turn your adblocker off so you can see the banner ads that run across the site. Make sure you have whitelisted '[email protected]om.au' in your email client because many of the really hot deals will be coming through email. Further to this, Click Frenzy suggests that you constantly refresh your page and then relax.
It's not easy to relax! Where's the $10 TVs man?!
But how can you ensure that you get the crazy prices? During Channel Nine's broadcast, co-founder of Click Frenzy Grant Arnott says their advice is to "get in and click quick".
I'm not sure how practical that information is and little insight was given into stock levels of the big ticket items, so you would imagine there will be very limited numbers at these prices.
You should also be aware that the Click Frenzy website will be absolutely slammed come 7pm AEDT and, in the past, has been prone to crashes. With online sales only getting bigger each year, you're going to need a little luck to really score yourself one of these deals before the site goes into system meltdown.
Other Click Frenzy deals are running across today and tomorrow. Click the link below to see the best deals so far:
Click Frenzy - AKA Australia's answer to Black Friday - officially begins at 7pm tonight. However, a bunch of retailers have jumped the gun early, just like they do every year. Here are the best deals so far, with links to buy.
Stay tuned to Lifehacker and we will keep you updated with any more deals as we hear about them. We don't expect them to last long.