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The step-by-step guide to nailing a Click Frenzy™ bargain

Posted: 16 May 2017 9:54 pm

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Shop the sales like a pro.

While Click Frenzy™ is a great time to grab an online bargain, you still need a bit of shopping know-how to scoop the best deals possible.

At finder.com.au we spend ALL DAY, EVERY DAY researching the best shopping deals out there (yes we know, it's a hard life), so if there's one thing we know it's how to find the best deal.

Follow these easy steps from the finder.com.au experts to avoid Click Frenzy™ disappointment.

1.) Stock up on everyday items

Since we've seen so many of our favourite stores participating in Click Frenzy™ this year, it's time to save on these year-round items, rather than one-off impulse buys. Our top picks for deals include 20% off at Coles online and half price on loads of items at Chemist Warehouse.

2.) Look for unofficial Click Frenzy™ deals

Now you've stocked up on groceries, it's time to find at least one fashion bargain in the sales. Our expert top tip here would be to look outside of the official Click Frenzy™ promotion - because a lot of fashion retailers are going rogue this year and hosting their own sales event over the same time period.

3.) Buying a brand? Check you've found the cheapest option

If you're shopping for a particular brand, don't forget to check other stockists as well as the brand direct. Sometimes the Click Frenzy™ discount will be bigger at a multi-brand stockist that the direct promotion. It's also a good idea to compare stockists - such as THE ICONIC and Glue, who stock many of the same brands. In this case, both stores are offering an impressive 30% off.

Click Frenzy™ is an online sales event organised by Global Marketplace. It runs twice a year, in May and again in October or November.

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