Click Frenzy’s Mayhem sale has officially wrapped up, but you might be surprised to hear that some of the best deals are still available. So what are these savings not to be missed? There’s AU$200 off the iPhone 14 at JB Hi-Fi, and an incredible AU$1,600 price cut on a Lenovo laptop fitted with an RTX 4080 graphics card.
You can also still grab 20% off Lego sets at Target, AU$450 off a Garmin running watch at Rebel Sport and discounts on Bose Bluetooth speakers that are worth checking out – all the remaining highlights from the Click Frenzy sale are below. We’re not sure how much longer these deals will be available, so let’s dive right in...
Which retailers do Click Frenzy deals?
Here’s a list of retailers for the May 16 Mayhem event:
- Adairs: up to 40% off bedding
- Adidas: up to 50% off clothing and shoes
- Adore Beauty: up to 50% off beauty products
- Bose: save up to 45% on Bose headphones and speakers
- Crocs: up to 50% off select footwear
- Culture Kings: up to 80% off select styles
- Diamond Cameras: save on select photography gear
- Dyson: up to AU$550 off Dyson vacuums
- Ecosa: up to 50% off mattresses and furniture
- Emma Sleep: up to AU$2,379 off on mattresses and furniture
- Fossil: 30% off with code CF30
- HelloFresh: save up to AU$200 on HelloFresh with code HELLOFRENZY
- HP Australia: up to 68% off HP laptops
- JB Hi-Fi: get an extra 10% off selected items with code CLICKFRENZY23
- KitchenAid: extra 10% off with code FRENZY10
- Kogan: shop up to 65% off selected items
- Lenovo: up to 60% off ThinkPad, Legion, Yoga and IdeaPad laptops
- Lovehoney: up to 50% off adult toys and lingerie
- Mwave: up to 50% off computers, monitors, PC components and more
- MyDeal: save extra AU$10 when you spend AU$75 or more with code CF10
- Net-a-Porter: get up to 12% cashback via Cashrewards
- New Balance: up to 40% off select shoes and clothing
- Optus: Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro at half price
- Petbarn: up to 50% off select pet products
- Ray-Ban: save up to 20% on iconic sunglass styles
- Rebel Sport: 20% off footwear and clothing
- Sunglass Hut: 20% off select sunglasses
- Superdry: 20%–60% off sitewide
- Target: up to 30% off homewares, clothing, toys and more
- The Good Guys: 10%–20% off select appliances and TVs with code CLICKNOW
- Under Armour: up to 30% off selected clothing and shoes
Click Frenzy 2023 deals
Apple iPhone 14 (128GB) |
AU$1,399 AU$1,199 at JB Hi-Fi (save AU$200)
It's a rare discount on Apple's latest-generation iPhone and, although it's not much, it's still worth considering if you've been holding off. There's no guarantee you'll see better prices than this until the iPhone 15 range comes out. And, as of May 15, Aussies can use the Emergency SOS satellite feature on this handset, so it could well be worth it.
If you aren't too fussed about getting the latest iPhone, then you can spend a little over a grand and grab the iPhone 13 instead. It may not have some of the features of the latest model but it's still a pretty powerful handset with a decent camera setup.
The Pixel 7 Pro is Google’s current flagship phone, and with this discount, it’s not that much more expensive than the standard Google Pixel 7 (RRP AU$999). The Pixel 7 Pro has a larger screen at 6.7-inches (compared to the Pixel 7’s 6.3-inch display), plus a larger battery to squeeze more out of the Google Tensor G2 processor. This phone was available for AU$944 during Click Frenzy, but that deal has now ended and the discounted price has gone up to AU$1,049.
Flip phones are back in fashion, and Motorola’s answer to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4 range is a great option. We saw the Razr 2022 get a neat discount of AU$600 at Lenovo recently, and it’s picked up the same at JB Hi-Fi. With a 6.7-inch Full HD+ pOLED main display and a 2.7-inch AMOLED external screen, you’ll be able to keep on top of messages even when this clamshell phone is folded in half. It dropped to AU$899.10 during Click Frenzy, but it’s now AU$999.
Jump into Hyrule with Link’s latest adventure. The long awaited sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is here, and Tears of the Kingdom has already picked up a few discounts across the web. Mighty Ape has the lowest price, followed closely by JB Hi-Fi’s Click Frenzy offering. Whether you want to enjoy the story, or create chaos with the game's Lego-like building mechanic, it’s a great game for any fan of the Zelda franchise.
More discounts: Amazon: AU$74.99
Laptops & peripherals
Fitted with an Intel Core i9-13900HX processor and an RTX 4080 graphics card, the Lenovo Legion Pro 7i offers uncompromising gaming performance at every turn. However, it probably comes as no surprise that it’s let down by a horrendous battery life, and some slight overheating issues. We do love its excellent port selection and wide keyboard though. If you want to snag this deal, it’s now 28% off when you use the code MAYHEM23.
Lenovo has slashed AU$950 off this laptop that is perfect for creative types as part of its Click Frenzy sales. Packing a 13th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, Intel Iris graphic, 16GB of RAM and a 14.5-inch 3K display, you'll be able to create, edit and post like never before.
We haven't reviewed the very latest version of Lenovo's Legion 5 Pro gaming laptop, but considering the 2021 model we have reviewed walked away with five stars, we fully expect this 2023 model to be just as much of a portable gaming powerhouse. It comes complete with an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H CPU, Nvidia 3070 graphics and 1TB of SSD storage.
There’s some big savings on HP’s Omen gaming laptops, like this 16-inch model that has scored just over AU$1,000 off its regular price. This particular option comes with a 12th-gen Intel Core i7 chip along with the Nvidia GeForce RTX3060 graphics card, offering some great performance in a portable gaming device. With a 1920p x 1080p 16.1-inch display that also has a 144Hz refresh rate, you’ll have a smooth gaming experience from this device. There’s 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, so if you need something packing a little more, check out the 32GB RAM / 1TB SSD option instead, which has come down to AU$2,559 (from AU$3,999).
More HP savings: 25% off selected monitors with any HP PC/laptop purchase
Looking for a versatile 2-in-1 device? The HP Envy x360 will give you that. With a saving of AU$810, you;re getting a 13.3-inch touch display, a 12th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, making this slim device powerhouse in the workplace. And as it weighs just 1.34kg, it’s a lightweight option to bring into presentations, meetings and more. If you don’t need as high specs in your new device, then the HP Envy Laptop 13 (ba1006TU) with an 11th-gen i5 chip, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage has come down to AU$890 (from AU$1,649).
More HP savings: 25% off selected monitors with any HP PC/laptop purchase
At your desk all day and looking for a mouse to help reduce wrist pain? Why not give the Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic mouse a go – especially on sale for under AU$100. It's design will raise your hand to provide a more comfortable hold, along with a soft texture grip to keep you fingers nice and snug. Best suited for small and medium hands, it's also compatible with a bunch of devices thanks to both Bluetooth and wireless USB connectivity options. This mouse was down to AU$89 during Click Frenzy, but it's since gone up to AU$99.
Other variations: Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic mouse in rose: AU$99
Beats Studio 3 |
AU$499.95 AU$344 at MyDeal (save AU$155.95)
Stylish and with a great wireless performance, we rated the Beats Studio 3 wireless headphones 4-stars in our review. Coming packed with Apple's W1 chip to help boost its connection and up to 22 hours of playtime with ANC switched on, these cans also offer on-ear controls that can be used with either Android or Apple handsets. Plus, there's a range of colour options to choose from, including black/gold, black/red, blue and matte black.
More discounts: Amazon: AU$359.10
Bose QuietComfort 45 |
AU$499.95 AU$389 on Amazon (save AU$110.95)
This isn’t the best deal we’ve seen on the Bose QuietComfort 45 (they dropped to AU$339 back in March), but if you missed out back then, they’re currently down to AU$390 for Click Frenzy. They come with outstanding noise cancellation in a comfortable set of headphones, and while their sound quality is lacking a little clarity, we think most people will be satisfied with them. Available for AU$389 in black from Amazon, while Bose has more colour choices for AU$399.95.
More discounts: Bose: AU$399.95
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds 2 |
AU$429.95 AU$345 on Amazon (save AU$84.95)
Amazon isn’t officially part of the Click Frenzy sale, but we’re highlighting this deal because it’s a slight price beat on what Bose is offering them for – AU$349.95. These earbuds offer best-in-class noise cancellation and truly beautiful sound quality, both seriously impressive for a small pair of earbuds. While Amazon has them cheapest at AU$345 in the black colour option, it doesn’t offer them in the gorgeous navy blue. You can get those directly from Bose for AU$349.95.
More discounts: Bose: AU$349.95
The Bose SoundLink Mini II is an absolutely ripper portable speaker, though it was released some eight years ago. It pumps out excellent sound and is solidly built, and the speaker is only really showing its age in areas such as battery life, and by not offering water resistance. If you want something for home though, it’s great.
Bose SoundLink Micro |
AU$179.95 AU$99.95 on Bose (save AU$80)
The Bose SoundLink Micro brings big sound to a small package, and it’s now touting an even smaller price tag. Don’t let its size fool you, this tiny yet mighty portable speaker puts out impressive sound. It’s ruggedly built with an IPX7 waterproof rating, so it can withstand a fall in the pool, or even the ocean. Discounted in black, white and blue on Bose.
More discounts: Amazon: AU$99.95
Bose Smart Soundbar 600 |
AU$799.95 AU$645 at Amazon (save AU$154.95)
This single box soundbar solution delivers genuinely impressive sound from its compact body, including an effective Dolby Atmos enveloping soundfield. Bass is equally impressive, especially when you consider there's no wireless subwoofer. Connectivity is great too, with physical connections, Chromecast and AirPlay 2 wireless streaming.
TCL TS8132 |
AU$499 AU$399 at The Good Guys (save AU$100)
This TCL soundbar fares far better than we reckon you'd initially expect. Its 3.2.1-channel configuration delivers genuinely heightened sound, backed up by some low-end grunt from the companion subwoofer. It also handles music rather well and can connect and stream from a wide variety of sources. It was down to AU$319.20 during Click Frenzy, but that deal has finished and it's now available for AU$399.
Sonos Beam (Gen 2) |
AU$799 AU$699 at The Good Guys (save AU$100)
The Sonos Beam Gen 2 combines a convincing Dolby Atmos sound experience with the musical capabilities we've come to expect from the brand, all in an attractive and compact package. We rarely see discounts on Sonos gear, and during Click Frenzy this soundbar was down to AU$639.20, but only for the white model. That deal has ended, but it's still discounted down to AU$699.
Bose SoundLink Flex |
AU$249.95 AU$195 on Amazon (save AU$54.95)
It’s a competitive market for portable speakers, and while the Bose SoundLink Flex might not be the best Bluetooth speaker around, it’s still a solid option for a versatile little speaker. It has a light and compact build, around 12 hours of battery life and great audio quality too. Amazon is beating Bose’s Click Frenzy deal by a few dollars, with black, white, red and blue colour options available.
More discounts: Bose: AU$199.95
Apple TV 4K (64GB) |
AU$219 AU$179 at JW Computers (save AU$40)
A modest AU$40 saving here on the latest Apple TV 4K media player. This is the Wi-Fi only 64GB model, but unless you plan to do a lot of gaming, or download many large files, you probably won't need to Ethernet connection or 128GB storage of the other version.
Considering we don't tend to see many discounts on Apple products, we reckon JW Computers' AU$40 saving is one to jump on right away.
This telly was one of our picks for the best TV in Australia... until the C3 came along. But that doesn't mean it's no longer a great TV, it's just a generation older. Great image quality and impressive performance makes it a great choice, particularly when you save a decent amount on cash on the 65-inch option. Note that this offer was AU$2,699 during Click Frenzy, but it's now slightly more at AU$2,720.
More discounts: The Good Guys: AU$2,995
Health & fitness
Garmin Forerunner 745 |
AU$899 AU$449 at Rebel Sport (save AU$450)
The Garmin Forerunner 745 is a bit older now, so it's no surprise that it's scored a 50% off discount. However, if you don't mind picking up an older smartwatch, you'll still be treated to a variety of fitness features including training advice, workout recommendations and a water proof design so you can wear this watch while swimming.
More discounts: Amazon: AU$449
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 (40mm) |
AU$499 AU$269.95 at Amazon (save AU$184.90)
This fifth-gen wearable runs on Google's Wear OS, plus adds on some extra Samsung features too, making it a full-featured smartwatch. From sleep coaching to activity tracking, the Galaxy Watch 5 offers excellent performance with good battery life too. While Amazon's offer isn't part of Click Frenzy, this the lowest price we've seen on this smart watch since its release.
Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute+ |
AU$1,199 AU$749 at Dyson (save AU$550)
While we think the discount on the Dyson V11 (above) is the better deal, this V10 Absolute+ might be a good choice for you if you want a variety of tool attachments included. The suction might not be as strong as, say, the Gen5 Detect or the V15 Detect, but it's more than enough for regular runs over carpets and keeping hard floors dust- and crumb-free. Plus a max runtime of 60 minutes is good. With 7 tools and 2 cleaning heads in the box, this is a good bargain at AU$749.
Dyson Gen5 Detect Absolute |
AU$1,549 AU$1,269 at Dyson (save AU$280)
The Good Guys was offering this vacuum for AU$1,021.60 during Click Frenzy, but the best price you can get now is AU$1,269 from Dyson. While we loved how well it cleaned and how much better the laser light is on the Fluffy cleaning head in our Dyson Gen5 Detect review, our biggest gripe was how heavy it was. Still if you can handle it, you're getting the best battery life of any Dyson to date – 70 minutes.
Dyson V8 Absolute |
AU$999 AU$599 at Dyson (save AU$400)
Really want a Dyson vacuum but need it on a tighter budget? There's no harm opting for an older model like the V8. This Absolute option comes with two cleaning heads and six tools, so it's a full package for any kind of cleaning, plus there's really a decent amount of suction to keep your carpets and rugs clean. You'll get a max of 40 minutes battery life though.
Dreame W10 robot vacuum |
AU$1,479 AU$1,349 on MyDeal (save AU$130)
This isn’t the lowest price we’ve seen on this robot vacuum, as it dropped to AU$1,299 back in January of this year. But if you missed out then, it’s on sale now for AU$1,349. It’s a powerful robot vacuum that can also mop your hard floors, and it’s thankfully smart enough to avoid carpets while it’s doing so. Its docking station doesn’t automatically empty the dustbin, but it does automatically dump its dirty water.
Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link |
AU$799 AU$599 at Dyson (save AU$200)
A machine you can use all year-round to stay cool, warm or just breathe clean air, the Pure Hot+Cool Link is a nifty Dyson fan to have at home. It does cost a pretty penny (even after a discount) but it's a Dyson that can be set up via the MyDyson app (unlike the HP00 model that needs a remote). Available directly from Dyson with a AU$200 discount on both the White/Silver and the Black/Nickel models.
Slice and chop with ease thanks to this 7 cup food processor from KitchenAid. This handy appliance offers 3 different speed options and comes with an easy to clean bowl that snaps quickly into place. With two blades, two slicing disks and three different colour options, you'll be able to match this gadget to your needs and style. There's an extra 10% off at discount with the code FRENZY10, bringing this food processor down to AU$206.10.
With a 4.3L capacity and three attachments to help you in the kitchen, the KitchenAid Classic stand mixer has scored a AU$259 saving. Available in black and white, this stylish appliance offers up to 10 different speeds to allow you to beat, whisk or mix to perfection. Plus, there's 15 additional attachments you can purchase to transform this stand mixer into the ultimate kitchen multi-tool. Make sure to use the code FRENZY10 at checkout to get the total savings.
Looking for a stand mixer but don't have a lot of bench space? You can save over AU$200 on KitchenAid's Artisan Mini stand mixer to help make baking a breeze. With three different attachments including a whisk, dough hook and flat beater plus a 3.3L bowl, it also has a spot for additional attachments including a pasta roller and slicer (though these will need to be purchased separately). Available in three colours including a stunning red, use the code FRENZY10 at checkout to get the full saving.
KitchenAid has already cut the price on some of its top gadgets, including 28% off the 4.8L Artisan stand mixer. A fantastic tool for home bakers, this appliance comes with four attachments including a whisk, pastry beater, dough hook and a flex edge beater, along with two bowls, a 4.8L and 2.8L. Featuring a premium design with touch controls and 10 different speeds, you can also get this stand mixer in a wide range of colours to suit your kitchen. Use the code FRENZY10 at checkout for the full saving.
Cameras & hobbies
This is one of the best drones we've tested, with our DJI Air 2S review getting a full five stars! This high-flying all-rounder takes excellent images with its one-inch sensor in 5.4K/30p or 4K/60p. And a saving on the Fly More Combo means you're getting an ND filter set and extra batteries to keep you in the air longer. This is one bargain not to be missed.
There are over 250 Lego sets that are now 20% off at Target, with sets from Star Wars, Harry Potter and the Marvel universe all on sale. Our personal favourite? The Lego Botanical Collection’s Wildflower Bouquet, now AU$71. Here’s some more of our highlights:
• Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (71043) |
AU$649 AU$519.20 (save AU$129.80)
• Marvel I am Groot (76217) |
AU$89 AU$71.20 (save AU$17.80)
• Star Wars The Child (75318) |
AU$119 AU$95.20 (save AU$23.80)
• Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet (75328) |
AU$89 AU$70 (save AU$19)
• Wildflower Bouquet (10313) |
AU$89 AU$71 (save AU$18)
Grooming & personal care
GHD Unplugged |
AU$495 AU$396 at GHD (save AU$99)
We rate the GHD Unplugged as the best cordless hair straightener you can buy, as we think it’s even better than the Dyson Corrale. GHD’s Unplugged is lightweight, compact and more affordable than Dyson’s option, so we think it’s a winner for most people. You can pick up this hair straightener gift set directly from GHD, and it includes a mini paddle brush and carry case.
GHD’s Original hair straightener has long been a get-ready staple in our bedrooms and bathrooms, and it’s now AU$50 off in Adore Beauty’s Click Frenzy sale. This is an update on the classic model, now with floating ceramic plates and a more rounded design. As always, it still offers a quick heat-up time and smooth results.
Cloud Nine The Wide Iron |
AU$339 AU$271.20 on Adore Beauty (save AU$67.80)
If your hair’s long and thick, Cloud Nine’s The Wide Iron straightener might be better suited to you than the GHD above. It’s the wide plates that work well for long and thick hair, and it should let you get your styling done quicker. However, those with finer hair might find them a little too wide.
More discounts: Amazon: AU$271.20
Click Frenzy 2023: what you need to know
What is Click Frenzy?
Click Frenzy is an online sale that brings together thousands of deals from a huge variety of Australian retailers onto one website. Inspired by Black Friday sales in the US, Click Frenzy was created in 2012 to originally be held twice a year. There was one sale in May called Click Frenzy Mayhem, and another in November (first called Click Frenzy Go Wild, but now known as The Main Event).
As its popularity grew, Click Frenzy expanded to several sale events throughout the year. There was Click Frenzy Julove in July, and Click Frenzy Travel held in September. Click Frenzy used to be a strictly 24-hour sale – starting at 7pm on one day and ending at 7pm the next – but it has since expanded significantly to 53 hours of deal hunting.
There have been some changes made for Click Frenzy in 2023 – The Main Event sale will now be held in late October instead of its usual November timeslot, and Click Frenzy’s Julove sale won’t be returning in July 2023.
When is Click Frenzy 2023?
The next Click Frenzy event is called Click Frenzy Mayhem, and it officially starts on Tuesday, May 16 at 7pm AEST. It’ll run for a total of 53 hours, so you can shop Click Frenzy’s deals until midnight on Thursday, May 18.
We’ve seen several retailers in the past release their discounts a few hours earlier than the official start time, so you can potentially start deal hunting before a huge amount of shoppers jump on the Click Frenzy site. As always, we’ll be listing all the best tech deals right here as retailers make these available.
Below, we have a full list of dates and start times for all the Click Frenzy events this year:
• Click Frenzy Mayhem: starts on May 16, 2023 at 7pm AEST
• Click Frenzy Travel: starts on August 23, 2023 at 7pm AEST
• Click Frenzy The Main Event: starts on October 24 at 7pm AEDT
How does Click Frenzy work?
Click Frenzy collects thousands of deals from dozens of retailers onto a single website where you can easily see what’s available, and you don’t need to be a member to shop any of the deals.
There are benefits to being a member, however. For a start, members get exclusive access to Click Frenzy’s signature 99% off deals. Lucky for us, it’s free to sign up. Recently, the deals have included a PS5 for just AU$6, a Nintendo Switch for AU$5 and Apple MacBooks for just AU$19. These discounts are limited in number, with limited stock, and pop up at random times on the site for members who are ready and waiting (and signed in).
Click Frenzy members also get access to the deals via the website 30 minutes before everyone else.
Is Click Frenzy better than Black Friday?
We’ve been following both Click Frenzy and Black Friday sales for many years now, so we can say from our own experience that Black Friday sales are better than Click Frenzy deals. There’s a few reasons for this – firstly, only select retailers participate in Click Frenzy sales, whereas almost all Aussie retailers will get in on the Black Friday shopping bandwagon.
Historically, Amazon Australia and eBay Australia do not participate in Click Frenzy sale events, and we know from experience that these two online-only stores have some of the best deals on Black Friday. Other big-name Aussie stores such as JB Hi-Fi and The Good Guys have joined the Click Frenzy sales on occasion, but they don’t always participate. They do most definitely participate during Black Friday sales.