Click Frenzy - AKA Australia's answer to Black Friday - officially begins at 7pm tonight. However, a bunch of retailers have jumped the gun early, just like they do every year. Here are the best deals so far, with links to buy.
Click Frenzy, one of the biggest online sales days on the Australian calendar, is happening right now. The promise of crazy prices – a $10 55” 4K LG TV among them – had customers in a spin ready to thrown their wallets at their screens. The reality has been something a little more sobering. The deals have been hard to come by, Click Frenzy’s emails have been delivered late and customers have been fighting poor internet speeds and a terrible user interface on the Click Frenzy website.
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One of Australia’s biggest online sales events officially begins at 7pm AEDT tonight, though many retailers are already offering great discounts online. The best is yet to come, however, with Click Frenzy offering some must-be-seen-to-be-believed bargains tonight: A 55-inch LED TV for $10, $2 Fitbits and travel deals galore.
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