News: Click Frenzy™ November 2018 deals | Offers revealed

Clare Cribbin 13 November 2018 NEWS

Click Frenzy™ has now started! Read all the latest news on Click Frenzy™'s event here.

What is Click Frenzy™?

Click FrenzyTM is an online sales event organised by Global Marketplace. The two main events run twice a year, in May and again in October or November. The first Click FrenzyTM was held in November, 2012, and it's just getting bigger and better every year.

Click Frenzy today is one of Australia's most anticipated online sale events. The Australian antidote to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the Click Frenzy sales offer some of the biggest and best deals that you'll see all year.

This event runs from 7pm 13 November until 7pm 14 November so you have just 24 hours to take advantage of these sales.

Here are some site-wide offers from the latest Click Frenzy™ event:

Ben Sherman30% off site-wide
Berlei40% off site-wide
Calvin Klein40% off site-wide
City Beach20% off site-wide
Czarina Resort Wear20% off site-wide
Dissh20% off site-wide
Dotti35% off site-wide
FitFlop30% off site-wide
Forever New20% off site-wide
General Pants25% off site-wide
Hallenstein Brothers30% off site-wide
Jacqui E35% off site-wide
Jo Mercer25% off site-wide
Just Sunnies20% off site-wide
Lacoste30% off site-wide
Lee Jeans30% off site-wide
Merino & Co40% off site-wide
Mossimo40% off site-wide
My Pet Warehouse20-30% off site-wide
MyProtein50% off site-wide
Oil Garden30% off site-wide
Rebel20% off site-wide
Riders30% off site-wide
Rodeo Show20% off site-wide
Sheridan40% off site-wide
Sunglasses Hut20% off site-wide
Tommy Hilfiger30% off site-wide
Windsor Smith30% off site-wide
Wooden Wonderland20% off site-wide
Wrangler30% off site-wide

Participating stores in the event:

  • ABC Reading Eggs
  • Alfaberry
  • Angel Maternity
  • Annie & Islabean
  • Artline Stix
  • Big W
  • Bonds
  • Boohoo
  • Bookabuy
  • Bounce Inc
  • Bubba Blue
  • City Beach
  • Cotton On Kids
  • Cuddle Fish
  • Decjuba Kids
  • Dotti
  • Ekidaz
  • i Hart Toys
  • Jams Jewellery
  • Jay Jays
  • Luxo Living
  • Mocka
  • Mr Toys Toyworld
  • My Little Wardrobe
  • Mydeal
  • Myer
  • Nixons Closet
  • Onkaparinga
  • Optus
  • Penny
  • Petbarn
  • Plush Think Sofas
  • Puma
  • Pumpables
  • Pure Baby
  • Rebel
  • Sheridan
  • Smiggle
  • Spectra Baby
  • Stuck On You
  • SuperPharmacy
  • The Child Hood
  • Tontine
  • Travel Online
  • United Interiors
  • Urban Wear
  • Walnut Melbourne
  • Webjet
  • Winter Rosie Boutique

What is Click Frenzy™ and how did it start?

Click Frenzy™ is brought to us by Global Marketplace. The concept comes from the original Cyber Monday sales which run in the United States. Cyber Monday is the held on the Monday following Thanksgiving Day and was established to help online retailers partake in the largest shopping day for those located in the US — Black Friday. Cyber Monday runs for 24 hours and offers incredible deals from online retailers and the sales it generates are growing tremendously.

Based upon this success, the idea of an Australian equivalent was born and called Click Frenzy™. For 24 amazing hours, customers can access phenomenal sales and discounts across a huge range of products from some of Australia’s largest retailers. Customers can narrow down what they are looking to purchase by selecting to view offers by category or alternatively, by searching for a particular brand or product name. This online sales event truly does change the face of the internet in Australia for 24 hours.

Click Frenzy™ in the media

The original Click Frenzy™ received an enormous amount of media coverage, being promoted in the news by Australia’s free to air television stations, along with coverage in newspapers. Several well known retailers including Peter Alexander, Myer, Dell and Target joined in to offer great deals specifically for the sales period through their eCommerce websites.

Are the major Australian retailers embracing Click Frenzy™?

It appears as though there’s a mixed view on the worthwhileness of the online sales offering. Several of Australia’s largest retailers have been seen to boycott the event and some have gone even further. Harvey Norman launched it’s own sale – Shop Frenzy – which has coincided with prior Click Frenzy™ events. Similar moves have also been seen from David Jones who have run offers including 20 percent discounts when you spend a certain amount, along with Apple and David Jones who also launched rival sales.

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