Click Frenzy Is Now Live! Get The Best Tech Deals Here

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Australia's biggest online shopping event is officially open for business! This year the deals are crazier than ever. How crazy? How about HDTVs for $10? Or Fitbit fitness trackers for under $5? Or maybe $200 Myer gift card for $2! Here are the links to the cream of the crop.

Click Frenzy subscribers will have access to some insane prices which are only available during blink-and-you'll-miss-it flash sales. To have a shot at one of the aforementioned bargains, you'll need to sign up at Click Frenzy's website and enter your email address. (This will give you access to exclusive Click Frenzy only offers throughout the sale in exchange for your contact details. We suggest using a dummy account if you'd prefer to avoid future emails.)

Once signed up, you'll need to get in and click quick! You can read some additional Click Frenzy flash sale tips here.

If you hate the idea of flash sales, have no fear - there are plenty of awesome deals available to buy at any time. While the discounts aren't as crazy as the ones mentioned above, you can still save hundreds of dollars on the RRP of certain products.

Here are some of the hottest deals hand-picked by Lifehacker's bargain hunters. Some deals require the use of discount codes during checkout which we have included below.

  • Up to 60% off at The Microsoft Store: Includes Surface tablets, Xbox One consoles, video games, Lumia phones, PCs and peripherals. (We've included some highlights below.) Click here!
  • 20% off select eBay stores: To get this deal, use the discount code "PREZZY". (We've included some highlights below.) More eBay deals are expected to drop at 7pm so check back for even better bargains! Click here!
  • Up to 50% off Sony products: Includes Sony Bravia TVs, PlayStation consoles, cameras and audio products. (We've included some highlights below). Click here!
  • 100+ deals on Kogan: Australia's leading online-only retailer has launched its own Click Frenzy portal with up to 60 per cent off across all categories. (We've included some highlights below). Many deals also include free shipping. Click here!
  • 20% off at Nike: Includes all footwear except Nike Lab and Launch products. To get the deal, use the discount code "CLICK". Click here!
  • Booktopia book sale: Up to 95% off! Click here!
  • Up to 70% off dirt bike gear and accessories at MX Store: Includes apparel, toy bikes and bicycle tools. Click here!
  • Up to 80% off 1000+ products on Catch: Catch Of The Day has slashed the price on a bunch of products including footwear, cosmetics and groceries. Click here!
  • 30% off select Smiggle products: You can also get 50% off when you spend $50 or more. Click here!
  • 10% off everything at Lovehoney: Includes luxury items and lingerie. Click here!

Want more? You can check out Lifehacker and Kotaku's comprehensive Click Frenzy deal roundups here and here.

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Comments

    I'll have the HDTV for $10, a Fitbit fitness tracker for under $5, and the $200 Myer gift card for $2 thanks...

    "We've included some highlights below"

    Um - no you haven't.

    This really is a bait and switch. I wasted an hour last night hoping to at least take a crack at the $4 Xbox. I figured I'd see the ad but be too late to actually get one of the few the had. The ad never showed up despite being a subscriber and following the directions in their email.

    Honestly, why bother? I won't be looking at anymore clickfrenzy stuff from now on.

    Anyone know someone who got a $10 TV?
    Thought not.

    Wonder what the relevant advertising authority thinks.

    I clicked through at the correct time for every deal today, and literally, and i mean literally within less than 10 seconds of clicking, getting to the checkout and trying to pay every single deal said Sold Out. One of them said sold out as soon as the deal appeared. What is the point of this supposedly 'massive online sale' if people cant actually buy anything.

    If this was Retails last big stand before Amazon launched, then they failed miserably.

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