American Express cardholders will get extra Click Frenzy discounts

Sally McMullen 13 May 2016


Eight retailers are offering cashback deals for Amex customers.

Click Frenzy is Australia’s largest online sale event and can be a great way to get some extra bucks off your next purchase. Running over 24 hours, hundreds of retail brands, including Optus, Red Balloon, Sephora and Microsoft, offer loads of discounts. The next Click Frenzy event kicks off at 7pm (AEDT) on Tuesday May 17 2016, and is tracking all the announced deals.

Here's one that's popped up early: American Express is offering its cardholders additional cashbacks through eight retailers who are taking part in Click Frenzy. For instance, if you spend $80 at Adrenalin (including any discounts it offers on the day), you'll get $20 back.

To redeem an offer, you’ll just need to register your eligible American Express card and spend over the threshold amount to receive a cashback credit in your account. Here's the full list of participants:

Brand Offer
Platypus Spend $50 and get $15
Pet CircleSpend $40 and get $10
Temple & WebsterSpend $80 and get $20
CrackaWines Spend $80 and get $20
CueSpend $100 and get $25
Veronika MaineSpend $100 and get $25
AdrenalinSpend $80 and get $20
Victoria’s BasementSpend $40 and get $10

If you have an American Express card and you were planning on racking up some bargains through Click Frenzy next Tuesday, it's a neat way of saving some extra money.

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