The finder Flash Sale is coming with 100+ online shopping deals

Posted: 12 February 2018 11:16 am

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There's a new sale event in town – the finder Flash Sale. Get your credit cards ready!

For a long time, finder has been the place to visit for news and information about the biggest sales events in Australia. Whether it's Boxing Day, Black Friday, Afterpay Day or Vogue Online Shopping night, we've always got all the latest news plus a comprehensive list of all the sales involved in these epic events. We love being an authority on sales and sales events for savvy Australian shoppers.

And this year we decided to take the next step. Finder will be officially launching our very own sale event. It's called the finder Flash Sale and we've got over a hundred shopping deals ready for you to take advantage of.

So what makes the finder Flash Sale different from all the other sale events out there? Well, unlike Vogue Online Shopping Night and Click Frenzy™ which run for 12 hours and 24 hours respectively, the finder Flash Sale will run for a huge 72 hours. Yep, you'll have three whole days to shop up a storm with these exclusive finder offers.

The other feature that sets the finder Flash Sale apart is it's not just limited to shopping sales. There are a whole stack of credit card offers, savings account deals, insurance discounts and more! And these will run for 72 hours, too.

What you need to know

The finder Flash Sale starts at 8am on 26 February and will run until 8am 1 March. You can head to the finder Flash Sale homepage to see where you can sign up for more info and view a countdown to the start of the sale. Plus there's a special sneak peek of some of the brands involved.

Remember that all of these offers are exclusive to finder, so you'll have to come here to see them all.

Stay tuned for more information, plus a teaser of some of the other brands involved coming soon!

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