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When Click Frenzy launched in 2012, it was supposed to be Australia's answer to the Cyber Monday mega sales in the US. Instead, the deals were mostly a load of arse and the website keeled over and died. Dusting itself off, the company promised things would be better the following year. Instead, the deals were mostly a load of arse and the website keeled over and died.

Fast-forward a few years and the deals are actually starting to look pretty decent! As the adage goes, good things come to those who wait - including bargain hunters. Here are the best deals so far, including iPhones, video game consoles, computers and fashion...

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When Click Frenzy launched in 2012, it was supposed to be Australia's answer to the Cyber Monday mega sales in the US. Instead, the deals were mostly a load of arse and the website keeled over and died. Dusting itself off, the company promised things would be better the following year. Instead, the deals were mostly a load of arse and the website keeled over and died.

Fast-forward a few years and the deals are actually starting to look pretty decent! As the adage goes, good things come to those who wait - including bargain hunters. Here are the best deals so far, including iPhones, video game consoles, computers and fashion...