The Best Click Frenzy Tech And Gaming Deals [Updated]

The Best Click Frenzy Tech And Gaming Deals [Updated]
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Click Frenzy is back and we’re here to give you the low down on the best tech deals so you don’t have to go hunting yourselves.

50% off Sony goods, a cheap dyson V11 and discounted Apple products are only a few of the things we’ve dug up.

We’ll keep updating this article as more deals go live so keep checking back!

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Click Frenzy doesn’t officially kick off until 7pm tonight, but some other retailers have already jumped on the bandwagon and have some non-affiliated deals live now.

Cheap Microsoft Surface, Dell and HP laptops

If you’re after a new laptop, these are some good deals.

You can get up to $200 off on a range of Microsoft Surface laptops and up to 40% off selected Dell laptops.

As for HP, it is offering up to 73% off some laptops, tablets, printers and accessories.

50% Off Sony

Sony Australia will be offering 50% off selected cameras, TVs, headphones more across the click frenzy period.

It also has a tonne of other deals live, such as $700 off an Alpha A7 III camera, $90 off the PlayStation Classic console and reduced 4K TVs.

103GB of data for $28 a month on an Optus powered telco

If you already have a phone and want an insanely cheap plan that comes with buttloads of data – Circles.Life has your back with 103GB a month for only $28.

And you won’t be locked into a contract. This is a very, very good deal from the Optus-powered telco.

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$50 SIM-only Telstra deal

Telstra is knocking $10 off its ‘Medium’ 60GB SIM-only plan, bringing it down $50 a month.

The deal only lasts for 12 months but there’s no contract so you can cancel whenever you want.

82% Off VPN

Pure VPN is offering 82% off its one year plan, bringing it down to $1.92 a month.

Steam Sale

Steam’s Singles Day sale is also still running. You can view the full list of reduced games here, but some highlights include 70% off The Witcher 3 GOTY Edition, 50% off Elder Scrolls Online, 75% off Hotline Miami and 50% off Celeste. There are heaps of other to choose from, though.

75% off video games and tech

Catch already has a bunch of tech and gaming deals live. This includes Google Home Minis, Nintendo Switch Joy Cons, iPads and more.

$200 off Dyson V11 and $100 off SuperSonic

If you’ve been waiting to snatch up a brand new Dyson V11 or Supersonic hairdryer, now is your chance to get them a bit cheaper.

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Video Game Deals

There’s also a TONNE of gaming deals to be had across the web. Cheers to Kotaku for these ones.

Catch’s Click Frenzy Gaming Deals

There’s more gaming deals here.

Harvey Norman

Not a big list, but it’s a good one: solid deals on the new Switch and the Switch Lite with the EXTRATEN checkout code. Note that this will end just before midnight tonight. Keep in mind that there’ll be plenty more around Black Friday/Cyber Monday, but this isn’t a bad time to jump in.

The discount code applies to games as well, so using EXTRATEN will shave a few bucks off everything below. Prices are with the discount applied. Control at almost half price — already! — is a steal.

Plenty more where they came from here.


The UK-based PC codes retailer was one of the first to add support for the Australian dollar, and they’ve continued to keep an eye on the local market ever since. There’s always a ton of rotating bundles and individual deals every day.

For Click Frenzy, there’s an extra 10 percent off storewide with the CLICKFRENZY10 discount code. You can use this on just about everything, sans pre-orders and the Nintendo games that they’re now selling digitally. But given that a bunch of good games are already 50 percent off or more, it’s enough to fill up your Steam library for bugger all real fast.

All games can be found by searching through the Fanatical site here. Prices below are with the CLICKFRENZY10 code applied, which runs until 1900 AEDT on Wednesday, November 13.

  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided: $6.46
  • Syberia 3: $3.68
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: $28.45
  • F.E.A.R. Bundle (FEAR 1, 2, Reborn, FEAR 3): $6.07
  • Thief Deadly Shadows: $1.94
  • Hitman GO: $2.65
  • Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver: $2.51
  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light: $3.60
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V: $6.74
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: $22
  • Cities Skylines: $9.33
  • Neo ATLAS 1469: $12.75
  • Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair: $30.54
  • Blasphemous: $27.49
  • Ni no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch Remastered: $64.06
  • Death Mark: $31.47
  • Indivisible: $48.82
  • Cyberwar Bundle (Killing Room, Neon Chrome, Forward to the Sky, Black Hole + more): $5.75

You can view more deals over here.

20% Off Everything at Lovehoney

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Official Click Frenzy Deals

As for the official Click Frenzy Deals, this is what will be on offer once it starts later today:

  • Up to 77% off storewide
  • Dyson: Dyson V11 Torque Drive Copper: Click Frenzy for $899 (save $200)
  • Singapore Airlines: Up to 15%* off selected Economy Class fares
  • Hawaiian Airlines: Flights to Hawaii from $790 return
  • Air New Zealand: Fly to San Fran or LA with Air New Zealand – Departing SYD & MEL FR $899 Return per person Steve Madden: 30% off site wide
  • Travel Online: Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu, Save Over $1500, – 6 Nights + Flights + Transfers + Double Upgrade + Breakfast
  • Travel Dream: 31 Day LA, Alaska & Japan Cruise on Golden Princess with Flights – $6,999 per person

Super Cheap Go Wild Deals

There will also be some tech-related ‘Go Wild’ deals that will appear for an extremely limited time on the Click Frenzy site. You really have to be eagle eyed about them, or you’ll miss them. Why? Because they offer pricey items for only a few dollars.

For example, an LG 55-inch TV will be on offer for $10 and a brand new iPhone 11 for $12. Yeah, it’s madness. Here are the best tech-related ‘Go Wild’ deals to look out for:

  • Apple Airpods with Wireless Case (RRP: $319) – $3
  • Razor E Prime Air Electric Scooters (RRP: $699) – $7
  • Sony TVs, cameras, headphones – 55% off RRP
  • PlayStation 4 console – $4
  • $100 travel vouchers – $1
  • iPhone 11 – $12
  • KitchenAid food mixers – $6
  • UE Boom wireless speakers – $1
  • Kindle ebooks – $2
  • Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphone – $3
  • LG 55″ HD LED TV – $10

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