The official Click Frenzy sale might be over, but don't put away your wallets so soon: many retailers are continuing their sales today, so there's still time to get some early Christmas shopping in. Here are all the Click Frenzy sales that you can still take advantage of today!
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It's that time again! At 7pm tonight the floodgates will open and Australians will have access to a whole bunch of deals: including the ridiculous 99% off flash sales. We'll be taking you through the first of these sales tonight, and we welcome you to come share your tips, tricks and triumphs (or failures, which there will likely be many of).
Click Frenzy started today at 7pm AEDT, but most Aussies couldn't get onto the site even at 6:30pm, half an hour before the sale was meant to open. Now, while everything should be in full swing, frustrated users are reporting widespread 503 errors and problems with logins. Here's what you need to know.
Australia's answer to Black Friday kicks off for the seventh time in a little over an hour. The organisers are promising the biggest sale ever, with discounts of up to 99 per cent on a huge range of consumer goods; including cameras, TVs, video games and electronics. Here are all the details you need to know about.
Click Frenzy gives Aussies discounts on a range of products across the internet, but even more exciting for intense deal-hunters are the limited flash sales, where you can get ridiculous deals like a $4 GoPro or a $5 Dyson hairdryer. Here are all the flash deals you can look out for when Click Frenzy starts at 7pm AEDT.
Click Frenzy officially starts today at 7pm, but as usual the sales are starting early - both official and unofficial ones. Jump in here to check out everything Click Frenzy that can be bought for cheap now, and get a head start on deal planning for tonight!
Click Frenzy is back for another wild day of ridiculous deals, and as always we're here to help you nail the best of them. If you're keen to pick up an LG Soundbar for $3 or a pair of Beats Headphones for $4, read on to find out how to score the top deals.
Between Click Frenzy, Black Friday and Cyber Monday (which, like Halloween, have undoubtedly snuck into Australian culture at this stage) November is the month to grab an amazing deal. Here's all the info you need on getting the most out of the year's biggest internet sales, and how you can prepare yourself.
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!
We're out here, live blogging the Click Frenzy sales taking place from 6am today. Last year (and last night) was a rollercoaster of emotions, with unlucky readers missing out on the 99% off deals and a few lucky ones celebrating in our comments section. Jump in here and try to snag a $10 TV, a $5 iPad or whatever else you can get your mitts on.
Click Frenzy is back. (Back! BACK!) Once again, bargain hunters who are quick on the mouse trigger can score some insane deals, including big screen TVs for $10, video game consoles for $3 and $100 Myer Gift Card for one buck! Here's the full list of mega deals that will be dropping later tonight. Keyboards at the ready!
Click Frenzy was a couple of weeks ago now and, as you may remember, Lifehacker braved the long hours to live blog the whole thing. With good reason too! Some items were 99% off, including an LG 55" 4K TV that was going for just $10.
If you were one of the unlucky many who missed out on Click Frenzy's Go Wild deals - all hope is not lost. You may still have snagged a huge bargain despite being told you weren't quick enough.
Click Frenzy, one of the biggest online sales days on the Australian calendar, has come and gone for another year. The promise of crazy prices – a $10 55-inch 4K LG TV among them – had customers in a spin ready to thrown their wallets at their screens. The reality has been something a little more sobering. The deals have been hard to come by, Click Frenzy’s emails have been delivered late and customers have been fighting poor internet speeds and a terrible user interface on the Click Frenzy website.
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.