Frequently Asked Questions
How will it all work?
It’s EASY! From 7pm Eastern Standard Time you’ll be able to access all the amazing bargains straight from the Click Frenzy site. You will be able to search by category, brand, product name, item or just browse the unbelievable range of deals to be had.
What URL will take me straight to the Click Frenzy offers?
Go straight to www.clickfrenzy.com.au to see all the deals. Register by submitting your email, or if you are already registered, log straight in to go shopping!! You don't need to search on Google, you can search for our deals only at www.clickfrenzy.com.au.
If I'm not in Victoria or New South Wales, will I miss the start of Click Frenzy?
No, the sale starts for everyone at the same time. If you live in Western Australia, for example, Click Frenzy will begin at 5pm Tuesday 25 June your time.
How do I buy something?
When you click on an individual deal, you will be directed onto the retailer’s website, where you can make your purchase and even browse for more offers.
What types of payment do you offer?
You don’t pay anything to Click Frenzy. All purchases are made through the retailer’s website, and there are varying forms of payment. PayPal and credit cards are widely accepted, and our offer detail pages on Click Frenzy for each retailer will indicate this.
How are products delivered?
Products are delivered via whichever means the individual retailers use. Click Frenzy does not deliver the products, the retailers do. Be sure to check the shipping options before you make your purchases.
Will my goods arrive before EOFY?
We have allowed a very reasonable amount of time for goods to be delivered, but we recommend you check with each retailer you purchase from as delivery timeframes will vary.
Will your servers crash?
We sure hope not! We know there will be enormous volumes of visitors during Click Frenzy, particularly during the early part of the event, but we have taken every precaution to ensure our servers will not go down, and we have advised our retailers of the traffic volumes they should expect.