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Click Frenzy Mayhem Is Back In Australia Tonight

Click Frenzy Mayhem Is Back In Australia Tonight

Australia's favourite online shopping event, Click Frenzy Mayhem, is back tonight.

Beginning at 7pm AEST (6.30pm in South Australia and the Northern Territory and 5pm for Western Australia), people will be able to virtually elbow each other out of the way to get usually-expensive stuff at a fraction of the cost.

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The Click Frenzy sale's theme for this year is 'Let's Regrow', and as usual there's a mountain of electronics, clothing, beauty products, toys, outdoor gear and more on offer.

The list of brands that have signed up to the deal is typically impressive.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

According to Click Frenzy, you can get 42 percent off Dyson products, 30 percent off Under Armour and 25 percent off diamonds at Michael Hill.

You can also get a GHD hair straightener for $3, a KitchenAid for $6, or even an iPhone 11 for just $12.

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Click Frenzy Managing Director Grant Arnott revealed that Apple Airpods will likely be one of the most sought-after products on the list.

"The Airpods have been a huge fan favourite so we have brought more in for Mayhem in 2020," Arnott said.

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But you'll have to sign up to the member program to access the Airpods, and once you're in you'll have to answer questions plotted throughout the sale.

He added: "It's not all about speed - up to one in five shoppers who have a crack will find themselves with Airpods for $2."

You'll be able to get rock bottom prices for stuff from 2XU, Adairs, Adore Beauty, Berlei, Best & Less, BOSE, Canningvale, Cellarmasters, Clarks, Country Road, Cue, Dell, Dyson, Endota, Forty Winks, Giorgio Armani, Glassons, Guess, Harris Scarfe, Homie, House, HP, Industrie, Kiehls, L'Oreal Paris, Lancome, Levi's, Macpac, Marks & Spencer, Michael Hill, Mimco, MJ Bale, My Deal, New Balance, Oz Hair & Beauty, Platypus Shoes, Pretty Little Thing, Puma, Rebel Sport, Reebok, Samsonite, Seafolly, Shaver Shop, Showpo, Sunglass Hut, Super Cheap Auto, SurfStitch, Target, Telstra, The Athlete's Foot, Thermomix, Under Armour, Weber BBQ, Windsor Smith, YSL and many more.

Credit: Harvey Norman
Credit: Harvey Norman

The sale will last 58 hours, meaning it will finally come to a close at midnight on Thursday (21 May).

Click Frenzy has been plagued with issues in the past, such as the site crashing and users not able to get in when the virtual doors open - but fingers crossed there will be plenty of stuff to go around this time.

Grant Arnott says: "We know that many retailers in Australia have been hit hard by Covid-19, as have so many people.

"We've offered all Australian retailers a chance to join the Mayhem event via a stimulus package and have had hundreds already taking up on the free advertising opportunity. For shoppers out there, you are going to see loads of awesome deals from our biggest collection of retailers ever in Click Frenzy Mayhem."

You'd better get the credit card ready for an absolute battering by 7pm tonight (19 May).

Featured Image Credit: Click Frenzy

Topics: News, Australia

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie is a Trending Journalist at LADbible. His first job was as a newsreader and journalist at the award winning Sydney radio station, Macquarie Radio. He was solely responsible for the content broadcast on multiple stations across Australia when the MH17, Germanwings and AirAsia disasters unfolded. Stewart has covered the conflict in Syria for LADbible, interviewing a doctor on the front line, and has contributed to the hugely successful UOKM8 campaign.