Click Frenzy 2018 - How to win at the biggest online sale of the year

In less than 8 hours, Aussie credit cards will be put through the ultimate test of online shopping - Click Frenzy.

Returning for its sixth year in a row, Click Frenzy is an online-only Australian sales event that offers customers 24 hours to grab a serious bargain, with discounts of up to 99% off.

More than 250 online retailers are expected to participate in this year’s sale, including Myer, Peter Alexander, Webjet and Puma.

Some of the best deals include Beats Wireless Headphones retailing at a tiny $3, the highly anticipated $10 TV and a 6 night stay at the Shangri-La Fijian Resort and Spa for $1,290, which includes return flights, transfers, breakfast, dinner and babysitting for two.

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“Some items will sell out very quickly — we know that the subscriber-only 99% off deals sell out really fast, but we’ve added more stock than ever and those subscribers who follow the clues in their emails are going to have a real chance,” said Click Frenzy Co-Founder, Grant Arnott. 

Getting Click Frenzy ready

If it’s your first time entering the Click Frenzy Mayhem, you’ve probably been preparing a list of items you can’t wait to have in your shopping cart.

But the secret to a successful scoring an awesome deal on Click Frenzy is knowing all the ins and outs. So we’ve jotted down some of the things you’ll need to keep in mind once you log on tonight:

Be subscribed

First things first, you must subscribe to in order to receive the four emails that will hold detailed instructions and special deals. These will go out between 6pm and 7pm tonight (AEST) - check your spam folder if you don’t get an email within this hour.

Switch off ad-blocker

Ad-blocker will need to be switched off for 24 hours in order to see the pop-up banner that will appear on the product page. It’s also a good idea to regularly refresh the page to make sure you catch it.

Pick the right plastic

Only Mastercard and Visa are accepted payment methods, but to speed up the payment process, enter your payment details beforehand into your browser. It’s also worth mentioning that if you are planning to do some serious retail damage with your credit card, make sure you will be able to pay off the balance once the bill arrives.

Choose your heart's desire

While there’s no one who wouldn’t mind a $10 TV and a pair of $3 Beats Headphones in their cart, customers are only allowed to purchase one item per user per household for the entire 24 hours, so choose the item you want the most.

But if you’re in the market for a new piece of plastic, our credit card comparison tool compares 214 credit cards from 58 banks.