Kogan Frenzy is here to save you big bucks

Mia Steiber 14 November 2017 NEWS

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Do you like cheap phones, TVs and speakers? Well you're going to love this.

The craziest shopping period of the year is upon us, and all the biggest sale events are coming up fast. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just on the horizon.

One sale that has probably flown under your radar is Kogan Frenzy, but we're here to tell you that this is one event that you can't afford to ignore.

Online retailer Kogan is one of Australia's favourite places to shop because it offers lower prices on popular brands like Apple, Samsung, Sony and more. But today Kogan is going one step further and offering extra savings on its already discounted prices as part of Kogan Frenzy. And some of the prices seem almost too good to be true.

Kogan Frenzy is the store's competing event to Click Frenzy™, a competing sale event run by Global Marketplace. Kicking off last night, Kogan Frenzy has over 500 different deals available across the store. The discounts available range from between 10% to 25% off and considering Kogan's prices are already often lower than the rest of the market, there are some crazy savings to be had.

We've seen a Samsung Galaxy S8 at $839 down from $1,189 and Sony noise-cancelling headphones at $179 down from $299.95. These exact same two products would cost you $988 and $197 at JB Hi-Fi.

“We’re very excited about Kogan Frenzy,” Kogan founder Ruslan Kogan told News.com.au. “It starts earlier. It runs for longer ... This year we have over $50 million of the most popular products in stock and we’re expecting Kogan Frenzy to be the biggest frenzy ever.”

You can head to Kogan Frenzy's homepage now to see all 500+ deals or head to the finder.com.au Kogan Frenzy sale page to a view a full list of deals.

Keep reading to see some of the best deals from this mammoth sale.

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