Catch.com.au – why it's a top pick for bargain hunters

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If you've heard people raving about the amazing deals they've found on Catch.com.au, but don't know much about the shopping site, we're here to help!

We've got all the info you need about who they are, what they sell, and how to bag a bargain.

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Want to more about Catch.com.au? Read on. Photo: Catch.com.au

What is Catch.com.au and how does it work?

Catch is an Australian owned and operated shopping platform that allows you to buy goods from a range of brands.

You can either buy directly from Catch itself, or through third party retailers and suppliers that also list their stock on the Marketplace part of the site.

There are thousands of deals across a massive range of products, from vacuums to grocery items.

Every day there are new daily deals, so you can get bargains on the biggest brands in fashion, tech, beauty, grocery, sports and more.

Who owns Catch.com.au?

Catch was launched in 2006 with just five staff. Originally, it was called Catch of the Day, referring to the daily deals it offered.

Today, it's changed its name and is part of the Wesfarmers Group, alongside other top Australian retailers including Kmart, Target, Bunnings and Officeworks.

What brands are on Catch?

Catch.com.au only sells original brand products.

They have a huge range of brands across home, lifestyle, tech, food, sport and fashion categories.

Some of their top brands include KitchenAid, Bonds, Apple, Adidas, Lego, Dyson, Kathmandu, Fossil, New Balance, Calvin Klein, Puma, Pokemon, Sunbeam, Black and Decker, Speedo and Clarks.

Left: A man and woman modelling bonds underwear with the bonds logo. Right: A KitchenAid mixer with KitchenAid logo
Catch.com.au sells top brands, including Bonds and KitchenAid. Photo: Catch.com.au

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Why is Catch.com.au a great place to find bargains?

The deals on Catch are hard to beat.

They buy large amounts of stock of one item, which are often about to run out, then put it on the site in limited amounts.

The daily deals are items which might not always be in stock, so they're keen to sell them quickly and at a great price.

This means you get the best deals every day.

What about OnePass?

OnePass is Catch.com.au's member scheme, and if you're a regular shopper at Catch, Kmart or Target, it could save you some serious cash.

Becoming a OnePass member gives you free delivery on thousands of eligible items from these stores, with no minimum spend.

It also gives you access to free Click and Collect options at Kmart and Target stores, as well as members-only prices on thousands of items at Catch.

OnePass members also get access to exclusive weekly deals at Catch, and priority alerts to the best upcoming deals.

Members also earn double Flybuys points and get access to an exclusive customer service line for faster service.

You also get personalised rewards and offers, based on what you've previously bought, so there's even more savings.

Membership is $4 a month, but if you sign up now there's a free 30 day trial.

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A man in purple shirt and hat pumps his fish with a package in other hand

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