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Let The Clicking Begin: Click Frenzy 2018

Ahead of the official beginning of this year’s Click Frenzy, beginning at 7 pm (AEDT) Tuesday, November 13, 2018, many online stores are already sending out offers either in collaboration with Click Frenzy or piggybacking on the 24 hour online shopping frenzy.

The online mega sale tradition, dubbed “The Sale That Stops A Nation”, began back in 2012 and happens every year on the second Tuesday in November.

Click Frenzy also host two other mega sales, Mayhem and Travel Frenzy.

Mayhem began in May 2015, to drive a retail sales spike in an otherwise quiet time of the year, their 2017 event was the largest Mayhem to date.

Travel Frenzy is exclusively for travel with deals on flights, hotels, packages, tours, experiences, accessories and more. The next one is scheduled for February 2019.

More than 4000 deals are on offer for subscribers to the Click Frenzy website, however, you can access the deals directly from the 500 participating retailers including Myer, Under Armour, Qantas, HP, Sony Georges Cameras, Dell, Webjet, Nike, Optus, Adidas, ASOS, Cathay Pacific, Country Road, Woolworths, and Big W.

Click Frenzy account holders will also have access to exclusive ‘Go Wild’ deals with discounts of up to 99% off that sell out in minutes. 

Shoppers can browse through thousands of deals, shortlist their favourites and once they’re ready to make a purchase they will be linked through to the relevant retailer to complete their purchases.

Hayley Williams over at Lifehacker put together a list of some of the best official and unofficial deals that are currently online and are upcoming for the next few days.

Click Frenzy runs from 7pm (AEDT) Tuesday, 13 November until 7pm (AEDT) Wednesday, 14 November, however certain deals will be extended by third-party online stores.

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