Click Frenzy is back in November and bargain hunters Australia-wide are waiting on half-price tenterhooks for the participating brands, stores and deals to be announced.
While we don’t yet know what those deals will be, it’s safe to assume the best ones will once again be Go Wild deals.
What are Go Wild deals?
Go Wild deals give subscribers the chance to access a range of special 99% off deals through a sort of treasure hunt.
Historically, Go Wild deals have been almost exclusively tech items and appliances.
Are they legit?
Over the years, there has been speculation about whether Go Wild deals - and in fact many Click Frenzy deals - are legit. While we can’t vouch for any deal’s legitimacy, we found the below tweets from satisfied consumers in 2017 and 2018.
A Macbook Air for $15. You can’t even get a sandwich in Sydney for that.
A $200 Myer gift card for $2. That’s just unfair.
A $2 Fitbit. Yeah, but now she has to do some exercise.
A Nintendo Switch for $5. Almost worth taking up gaming for. Almost.
A Playstation 4 for $5. That’s good, right?
Jessica scored a Garmin Dash Cam (Valued at $349) for just $3 during November's Click Frenzy and she was pretty happy about it!— ClickFrenzy (@clickfrenzy) December 13, 2018
"I feel as if Christmas has come early. Thanks so much Click Frenzy, this is an amazing gift that will be well used! 😁😊❤" #clickfrenzy #gowild pic.twitter.com/AuZG0Qg7kj
A Garmin dash cam for $3. Thanks Click Santa!
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