Kogan.com is now running random deals every hour

Peter Terlato 8 December 2016

Kogan Hourly Deals

A new deal every hour, every day, every week.

Australian online department store Kogan.com has launched the country's first hourly deals sale.

Shoppers visiting the retailers website will be able to access big savings on a selected item for one hour, after which the discount ends and a new deal on another item begins.

The sale will be ongoing and run every hour of every day.

That means you'll be able to jump online at 4am on a Tuesday morning and potentially pick up a bargain.

The current deal running for the 9am hour is a Kogan 43" Agora 4K Smart LED TV for $440 - a saving of $40 off the original price ($480).

Earlier, Kogan was offering LG Ultra HD monitors ($599) at a discounted $509.15, saving $89.85.

The hourly deals will rotate through thousands of stock items. Even the company's founder and CEO Ruslan Kogan claims he doesn't know what deal is coming up next.

"What's the next item going to be? It could be an iPhone. It could be a cordless drill or a hair straightener. Not even I know. But I do know it will be an unbeatable deal," Kogan says.

The online shop has shipped more than 2.5 million products in the last year and receives over 5 million visits from 2.5 million shoppers each month.

To find the current hourly deals, visit Kogan.com and click the boxed link at the top of the page.

Discover the latest Kogan promotional and discount codes, compare Kogan phone plans, find out why Kogan Mobile's latest price blitz is great value and prepare for the retailer's upcoming Boxing Day sale.

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