Get ready shoppers, Click Frenzy™ November 2019 starts today

Posted: 12 November 2019 6:00 am
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The massive sales event goes live tonight, so prepare to nab yourself a bargain on products from big name brands like Apple, Dyson, adidas and more.

Calling itself "The Sale That Stops A Nation", Click Frenzy™ has easily become one of the biggest shopping events that we see here in Australia. Starting from 7pm tonight (12 November) and running until midnight on 13 November, over 600 brands will slash their prices on everything from makeup and homewares to travel and tech, helping you to get a good head start on your Christmas gift shopping.

The event will see over 3,000 deals offered to shoppers through participating retailers in addition to Click Frenzy™'s own 99% off "Go Wild" offers. The Go Wild offers will see more than 20 products reduced to insanely low prices, such as Apple AirPods for $3, Nikon D3500 DSLR cameras for $6 and ghd Mini Stylers priced at just $3. Each deal will have limited stock though, so you'll have to be quick to click if you want to make the most of the massive bargains.

The standard offers will meanwhile be run by a slew of your favourite brands, meaning that you'll be able to grab deals like $200 off Dyson's V11 Torque Copper + Car Cleaning Kit, 70% off all sheets, quilt covers, towels and more at the Sheridan Outlet and up to 50% off selected Sony models including TVs, cameras and headphones.

Other deals will include 30-50% off a wide range of styles at adidas, up to 50% off selected shoes, apparel and accessories at Platypus Shoes and up to 92% off site-wide at MyDeal.

Despite the official starting time of 7pm, some stores have started their sales early to help shoppers get even more out of the event. Some of the offers available now include 30% off site-wide at Portman's, up to 40% off selected laptops at Dell and 30% off selected styles at THE ICONIC.

All sales can all be shopped through the Click Frenzy™ site, though you will have to create a free account in order to gain access to the exclusive Go Wild offers. Becoming a member will also give you early access to the sale so that you can make the most of the deals.

In a release, Managing Director of Click Frenzy™ Grant Arnott has said, "Click Frenzy™ is a one-stop shop for every product imaginable. The event has reached cult-like status, and shoppers count the days down until the bonanza begins".

"We've revamped the website this year to even further enhance the Click Frenzy™ shopping experience, and all of Australia's online shoppers are in for the best event ever."

You'll be able to see all the deals available to shop on our Click Frenzy™ deals page from 7pm tonight. In the meantime, you can check out our best deals hub to see our top pick of shopping offers available now.

What is Click Frenzy™ ?

Click Frenzy™ is the Australian answer to America's Cyber Monday sales and is brought to us by Global Marketplace. Offering incredible deals for 24 hours only, Cyber Monday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year in the US. The same concept has been adopted for Click Frenzy™, with Australian shoppers given 24 hours to shop phenomenal sales from some of the biggest names in Australian retail.

Shoppers can view offers by category, by brand, or by product name, helping them to narrow the search for that bargain item.

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