Did you know there's over 4000 online sales happening tonight?
It's because Click Frenzy, one of Australia's biggest sale events, starts at 7pm Tuesday November 10.
This online event has gathered together some of your favourite names in Australian fashion, beauty and home to offer some devilishly tempting sales. Certainly tempting enough to lure us out of our isolation and COVID-induced shopping cessation.
So without further ado, we're bringing you our favourite sales. We combed through the deals on offer today and picked out the best ones, the ones that we want to shop. Voila.
Just remember, these sales end in two days (53 hours to be exact) - be quick or you'll miss out.
Best Click Frenzy Main Event sales 2020
Levi’s: Take 30% off Levi's jeans, tops and accessories
Calvin Klein: Enjoy 40% off sitewide including underwear, loungewear, apparel and more
Andrea and Joen: Find luxurious French Linen Loungewear up to 50% off. Clearance tab find Up to 70% Off all French linen loungewear
Dr. Martens: Up to 30% off including Jadons and 1460 Favs
Reebok: 30% off selected classics footwear
Gorman: up to 70% off online exclusives.
The Beauty Chef: 15% off site wide
Adore Beauty: 20% - 15% a selected range of best-sellers
The Jojoba Company: 11% off ANY product or Buy 2 or more products and receive 22% off.
YSL Beauty: Receive 20% off an exclusive curation of bundles and complimentary luxury wrapping.
Apelles Apothecary & Lab: 30% off everything, 30% off Haircare, 30% off luxurious body care
Endota Spa: 20% off Endota products. Select skincare, beauty essentials and more
Laser Clinics Australia: Sale on Laser Hair Removal and skin treatments
Giorgio Armani: BUY ONE GET ONE FREE on a selection of Armani Beauty Timeless Pieces
Kiehl's: 15% off the site
Milano Republic Furniture: Extra 25% off Already reduced Prices
Interior Secrets: $30 Flat Shipping to Melbourne + Sydney
Life interiors: Up to 65% off Furniture and Homewares, Plus bonus free shipping when you join our mail list. Up to 65% off Mirrors, Artworks, Rugs and Homewares.
Dusk: 30% off selected items
Glasshouse Fragrances Outlet: Up to 30% off Candles, Gift Sets and More
Royal Doulton: Up to 70% off store wide
Koala Living: 55% off storewide
Sheridan: 60% off all Sheridan and 30% off Pillows & Quilts.
Bose: up to 50% on select products; ranging from Noise cancelling headphones to portable bluetooth speakers.
Myer: Unmissable savings across homewares, electrical and fashion. 30% off Christmas Trees, Décor and Decorations.
T2: up to 50% off selected items.
Click Frenzy is a twice-yearly sale event that invites online stores to offer special discounts to shoppers over two to three days.
Historically, some of Australia's biggest brands have been involved. The full list of deals is always released at 7pm on a Tuesday. The 4000-deal-long list include site wide percentage off offers but also Click Frenzy's own 99% off Go Wild deals. These are a limited selection of high-price items for under $10. These include Apple Airpods Pro for $4 and GHD hair straightener for $2. The Go Wild deals only available on the Click Frenzy website and it's first in, best dressed. So you'll have to be very quick.
Managing Director of Click Frenzy, Grant Arnott says: “We’re super excited about Click Frenzy’s Main Event on November 10. The calibre of retailers, brands and deals across every category is mind-blowing! This is the ultimate showcase of the best of Australian digital retail, and shoppers are going to be blown away with the range as well as the hugely exciting promotions we have in store.
"Six months ago, we saw Click Frenzy’s Mayhem event set all kinds of records in the middle of the pandemic, which resulted in 120% traffic growth and over 2 million shoppers diving in. And Mayhem is the little brother – the Main Event will be humongous. Conditions are perfect for a true netbuster, with those federal tax cuts about to kick in, more Aussies returning to work, particularly in Victoria, and the e-commerce wave rolling on. Online shoppers are also being warned to shop early to avoid the expected delivery crush in December, with 78% of shoppers choosing to start their shopping earlier this year.”