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Australia Click Frenzy starts tomorrow (Tuesday 17 May at 7 PM)

If the U.S has “Black Friday” where everyone goes on a shopping spree with big store discounts, then the Aussie has Click Frenzy. It’s a day where Australian shoppers “Go Nuts” for a 24 hour sale that starts at 7 PM online (at clickfrenzy.com.au).

There are over 200 retailers that will be participating in tomorrow’s event with savings up to 90% on huge range of items from Oroton, Apple, Cotton On, Sheridan, Peter Alexander, Microsoft, Chemist Warehouse, and more.

Click Frenzy 2016

Click Frenzy first launched in November 2012, attracting 2 million shoppers in the first 2 minutes of the sale, and that, if you remember, took down the whole site gloriously. This is actually our 4th Click Frenzy event and has doubled in size, featuring:

  • 230 retailers
  • Offers up to 90% off
  • Over 2500 brands on offer
  • Nearly 2000 deals

So hold off on your purchase for now, and tune into clickfrenzy.com.au on Tuesday, 17 May at 7pm. The event will run for 24 hours only, so, don’t miss it!

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