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Are Aussies Travelling More than Ever?

If you look on Instagram or Facebook, chances are you've seen a few people in Europe on a dream holiday. It's no secret that Aussies love to travel, but has the population gained an extra...

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 20 Aug 2019
Retailers Gear Up For Click Frenzy Mayhem 2018

Click Frenzy Mayhem is due to go live at 7 pm on Tuesday, May 15, with retailers offering special Go Nuts deals for subscribers with discounts as high as 99 percent.

April Davis By April Davis | 14 May 2018
Click Frenzy Mayhem Hits Australia Tonight

Click Frenzy Mayhem aims to break May online shopping records as Australian shoppers ‘Go Nuts’. The 24 hour sale starts tonight at 7pm with special Go Nuts deals for subscribers, starting as low as 99% off.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 16 May 2017
Click Frenzy Travel Breaks New Ground

Click Frenzy launched its first official Travel Frenzy 24 hour online mega sale event on October 18, breaking into a new category with impressive results.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 26 Oct 2016
Mother's Day Frenzy Lifts Off for 2014

Online shoppers are in for a treat later this month, with the Click Frenzy Mother's Day Frenzy returning featuring a raft of deals from leading brands.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 02 Apr 2014
Click Mania Launched by Click Frenzy

The team behind Click Frenzy has unveiled Click Mania, Australia's newest online shopping destination, an eye-catching year-round bonanza of offers.

By Samantha Youl | 04 Dec 2013
Click Frenzy Mother's Day: The Sale Lives On

Click Frenzy Mother's Day has been live for well over 12 hours. Here's our update on crashes, piggybackers and Twitter commentary.

Click Frenzy Mother's Day: "More Brands, More Deals"

The creators of Click Frenzy launch an inaugural Mother's Day event tomorrow, but with more brands, deals and possibly traffic, will it be boom or bust?

Click Frenzy Returns

After dusting off from a dramatic launch last year, Click Frenzy is back for 2013, rolling out a calendar of seasonal events and new plans for November.

By Grant Arnott | 04 Apr 2013