You’re going to want to check the huge sale at Catch tomorrow

Mia Steiber 11 October 2017 NEWS

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Do you like crazy bargains? Us too. So you can't afford to miss the sale at tomorrow.

Tomorrow marks the start of the 11th Birthday Bonanza sale at And this sale isn't an ordinary sale. The discounts and deals on offer are well below recommended retail price – you can even get $10 gift cards for just $1.

The crazy sale madness is set to start at 10:00am tomorrow, Thursday 12 October. And some of the deals include a Jaegar 65" television for $899, a Seafolly swimsuit for just $20, Calvin Klein Euphoria for men for just $24 and a Google Smart Home Speaker for just $149.

Certainly one of the coolest features of this sale is the deal on the Nintendo SNES. These cult devices are incredibly hard to find and will generally set you back around $150 – if you can even get your hands on one. has managed to get 1000 of them and will have them on sale tomorrow for just $119.

The Nintendo SNES will be released at 11:00am and 500 of them will go on sale at this time. And if you miss out, know that the second 500 will go on sale at 6:00pm. Anyone interested in the Nintendo SNES should know that this particular deal is only available to Club Catch members so you need to sign up for the free trial asap if you want a chance at snagging one of these uber-cool gaming consoles.

Head to now to sign up so you can access all the crazy deals. And tune into the site tomorrow at 10:00am to see the deals start rolling in!

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