The 6 Best Click Frenzy Deals You Can Get Right Now

The 6 Best Click Frenzy Deals You Can Get Right Now
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Click Frenzy officially kicks off at 7pm tonight. But you don’t need to wait that long if you don’t want to. A bunch of Aussie retailers have released their deals ahead of the main shopping event.

Here are six deals you can get right now, including: 50% off Sony tech, 40% off at First Choice Liquor and 75% off games and tech at Catch.

Click Frenzy 2019: The Complete List Of Mega Deals

Click Frenzy is back! Once again, bargain hunters who are quick on the mouse trigger can score some insane deals, including 99% off tech, video game consoles for $4 and Apple Airpods for $3! Here's the full list of mega deals that will be dropping later tonight. Keyboards at the ready!

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1. 100GB+ mobile data for $28 per month: Optus MVNO Circles.Life is currently offering a massive 103GB of data per month – plus unlimited calls and text – for just $28. That’s an unprecedented price for so much data. There’s also no lock-in contract so you can cancel at any time. Bargain! Click here!

2. 40% off T2 teas: Fancy tea brand T2 is having a 40% off sale for Click Frenzy. Click here to see the offers.

3. 50% off Sony tech: Sony has knocked up to 50% off hot tech products including TVs, cameras, headphones and gaming products. Keep checking back throughout the day for more deals! Click here!

4. 40% off at First Choice Liquor: First Choice Liquor is having a Flash Frenzy sale tonight with a stack of mega discounts dropping between 7pm and 10pm. If you’d not wait, you can also get 40% off select wines right now. Click here!

5. 75% off games and tech: Daily deals site Catch has knocked a cool 75% off a bunch of its best-selling products for Click Frenzy. There are deals to be had in most categories, including home appliances, games and electronics. Click here!

6. Half-price clothing at BooHoo: Fashion e-store BooHoo has knocked 50% off everything. Click here!

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