Click Frenzy™ 2016 is back with much better deals than last time

Mia Steiber 15 November 2016 NEWS

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Click Frenzy™ November 2016 has begun with more participants and deals than ever.

This Click Frenzy™ has officially started! Although a few retailers such as Kogan and ASOS started their sales earlier in the day, the bulk of Click Frenzy™ deals officially opened at 7pm today.

The Australian online sales initiative has been running twice a year since 2012 but this Click Frenzy™ event is shaping up to be the biggest yet.

So far, a whopping 301 merchants have confirmed they are participating in the sale event. This number is significantly more than the 211 merchants who participated in the May 2016 event and the 278 stores that took part in the November 2015 sale.

Not only are there dozens more sales on offer than previous events, but the discounts have become more competitive. ASOS is offering 30% off storewide for this Click Frenzy, a much better deal than the 20% off offered at the May sale. Similarly, the current Missguided deal will see 50% slashed from all full price items - a deal that's ridiculously more competitive than the May sale's 20% off.

But Click Frenzy™ is not just for fashion. Sites like Kogan and David Jones are offering discounts of 40% and more on big ticket items like homewares, furniture and electronics.

Click Frenzy™ is an online sales event that was inspired by the American Cyber Monday. The event is designed to offer customers sales and deals in the lead up to the biggest retail shopping period of the year - Christmas. Running twice a year, Click Frenzy™ has become one of Australia's biggest shopping days of the year with over $189 million of sales made in 2014.

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