Click Frenzy Julove is nearly over, but there's still plenty of savings to be had.
Click Frenzy's latest instalment kicked off at 7pm AEST on July 13 and will wrap up at 11:59pm AEST tonight (Thursday, July 15).
Hosting all the deals on one main hub, the Click Frenzy website boasts savings on everything from phones, laptops and cameras to wearables, shoes and other fashion items, as well household appliances, home entertainment systems and more. Buyers have already got the jump on thousands of deals from a massive range of Aussie retailers.
Most retailers are hosting sales on their own websites too, so if you can't get what you're after on the Click Frenzy website, it's worth checking out individual brands as well.
If that's going to prove a chore, then stick with us as we're rounding up the best savings right here. Check out some of the best discounts we've picked out below.
Click Frenzy Julove 2021: top retailer quick links
- Adidas – take an extra 30% off outlet items with code CLICKFRENZY
- Reebok – get an extra 30% off outlet items with code CLICKFRENZY30
- Target – at least 20% off home essentials, appliances and winter clothing
- The Good Guys – 15% off a huge range of computers & tablets
- Bose – up to 50% off headphones and speakers
- Catch.com.au – huge range of Click Frenzy deals on electronics, cameras and more
- Shaver Shop – up to 75% off across big brands
- Decathlon – save up to 50% on fitness tech, Garmin watches
- Lovehoney – up to 70% off sitewide
- Petbarn – up to 30% off selected products
- SurfStitch – 25% off almost everything
- Emma Sleep – 40% off the Emma Original Mattress
- Norton – up to AU$95 off antivirus solutions
- Peter's of Kensington – up to 80% off RRPs
Click Frenzy Julove 2021: best deals
Adidas is taking an extra 30% off already reduced items from its online outlet for Click Frenzy. You’ll find select styles of Adidas UltraBoost and Stan Smith sneakers already on sale on the outlet store, just enter the code CLICKFRENZY to score that extra 30% discount. There’s a very good selection available too, so check it out.View Deal
Reebok has also taken an additional 30% off already reduced sale items from its outlet store. There’s a big range on offer, including Club C sneakers, clothing, and of course, socks. To get the extra 30% off, enter the code CLICKFRENZY30 at checkout.View Deal
Apple AirPods Pro |
AU$399 AU$297 (save AU$102)
Catch is offering a massive AU$100 saving on these top-notch AirPods for Click Frenzy. Complete with noise cancellation for immersive sound and sweat resistance so they can be used in the gym, they're Apple's elite earbuds. A discount like this is rare for AirPods, so be quick as stocks won't last long. Grab yourself a pair for just AU$297 on Catch. View Deal
Despite it being two years since their release, most Australian retailers are still selling these second-gen AirPods at full price. But for Click Frenzy, Catch is offering a saving of AU$61. They work particularly well for those who have Apple devices, and they sound fun and lively. View Deal
Bose QuietComfort 35 II |
AU$499 AU$269.95 on Bose (save AU$229)
Like the name suggests, the QuietComfort 35 II headphones have class-leading noise cancellation and are incredibly comfortable to wear. They’re not the flagship offering from Bose, but they’re a fair whack cheaper and come in a much more standard form factor. These popular cans are now discounted from the maker, where you can save AU$229 on all colours.View Deal
These are Bose’s best noise-cancelling headphones, and they can cut out the background noise whether you’re listening to music or making a phone call. If you’ve been holding out for Bose’s premium headphones, we’d recommend heading over to Amazon, where the black colour option is marginally cheaper at AU$376. If you’d rather buy directly from Bose, these cans are going for AU$390.View Deal
Bose SoundLink Colour II |
AU$199 AU$130 on Bose (save AU$69)
This sweet little speaker might be a few years old now, but it still offers good sound quality for its pint-sized body. It’s also splash-proof, and features multipoint Bluetooth and a built-in microphone for phone calls. Grab this portable speaker in various colours from Bose, with AU$69 saved.View Deal
Nintendo Switch Lite |
AU$329 AU$289 at Amazon (save AU$40)
Size doesn't always matter and this lite version of the Switch console is the perfect portable gaming partner. And even if you're stuck indoors during the ongoing pandemic, then this is a good time to snap up a handheld console – available in fun colours like Grey, Turquoise, Yellow and Coral – might be worth picking up from Amazon where it's just AU$289 a pop.View Deal
Good news Nintendo Switch gamers, there are plenty of discounts on Catch for Click Frenzy to help you expand your library. One of the best deals comes on Paper Mario: The Origami King for AU$39, but there’s other great titles including:
• Mario Kart 8 Deluxe | AU$59
• Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity | AU$63
• Super Smash Bros. Ultimate | AU$69
• Pokkén Tournament DX | AU$68
• New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe | AU$59
• Luigi’s Mansion 3 | AU$59View Deal
This trimmer has a pretty classy look and performance to match. With four interchangeable attachments, you can get the professional touch without having to leave home. You'll get cutting lengths of 0.2mm to 25mm, and it's cordless too, with quick-charging capabilities. Worth it, especially with over AU$50 off.View Deal
Philips Lumea Advanced IPL Hair Removal |
AU$599 AU$299 (save AU$300)
IPL hair removals don't suit everyone, but if you have fair to medium-complexioned skin, this Philips machine will help you achieve that summer look you're after. IPLs suit most body hair types, but please read the product features carefully before buying to ensure it will work for you. Now just half price at Shaver Shop.View Deal
Oral-B iO9 Electric Toothbrush |
AU$749 AU$399 (save AU$350)
This is easily one of the best electric toothbrushes available today, but it's also pretty expensive for a toothbrush. So the best time to pick up this up is during a big sale, like Click Frenzy. The iO9 is a pleasure to use, gliding smoothly over the teeth to remove plaque. You can use it with the companion app for the best results, but the brush itself has enough to guide you keep those pearly whites sparkling. Now available with a whopping AU$350 discount at Shaver Shop.View Deal
If you need a trimmer to tackle hair from head to toe, the Philips Multigroom Series 7000 is a very competitive choice. With 18 attachments, self-sharpening blades and six hours of cordless use, it's the only grooming tool you'll need. Shape your beard, hair and body hair with precision with lengths from 1mm to 41mm - and it's shower proof, too. View Deal
Garmin Fenix 6 |
AU$879 AU$499 on Catch (save AU$380)
Garmin has some excellent multi-sport watches, but they can be very expensive. So now’s your chance to snag a premium wearable at a more affordable price. The Fenix 6 cannot be beaten for outdoor tracking, as it comes with top-notch GPS-based mapping. And for your everyday workouts, tracking is accurate too. Head to Catch to make it yours.View Deal
Garmin Instinct |
AU$399 AU$349 on Catch (save AU$50)
It may not be as full featured as the Fenix 6, but Garmin's Instinct still has solid sports tracking performance at a much lower price point. It’s light and comfortable to wear, so if you’re looking for the motivation to kick your fitness back into gear, the Instinct is a sports watch that won’t break the bank.View Deal
Garmin Vivoactive 4 |
AU$579 AU$539 on Catch (save AU$40)
The Vivoactive 4 puts the tech smarts of Garmin’s Forerunner elite watches into a more accessible wearable. You’ll get great exercise tracking and stacks of stats, as well as GPS and the ability to upload your workout playlists right onto the watch. This small Click Frenzy discount is available from Catch, but we’ve also found it even cheaper on Amazon at AU$492.View Deal
Laptops & PCs
Acer Chromebook Spin 511 |
AU$429 AU$299 on Catch (save AU$130)
Chromebooks may not be as powerful as most other laptops but they're more than enough for day-to-day work. This 11-inch Acer has a 360º hinge, so will become a tablet when needed. It promises up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge and 32GB of internal storage – all for just AU$299 on Catch, a huge discount considering it usually retails for about AU$699 in Australia.View Deal
Home and Living
NutriBullet 1200W 10 Piece Set |
AU$199.99 AU$128 (save AU$71.99)
When it comes to making smoothies or protein shakes, the NutriBullet is a market leader. It's super quick and easy to whip up a breakfast shake in this compact blender. This one comes with two 900ml cups and two lids, making it easy to transport anything you blend. Get it for more than AU$70 off with Catch. View Deal
Dyson V10 Absolute+ |
AU$1,099 AU$899 at Dyson (save AU$200)
Shipping with a whopping 9 attachments, including an extension hose and a flexible crevice tool, the V10 Absolute+ is the ultimate package for anyone who can't make their budget stretch as far as the V15 Detect. Despite being a couple of generations old now, the V10 is still pretty powerful and we wouldn't hesitate to recommend it, particularly at this price. You'll even get a bonus filter thrown in as a free gift. Note that this isn't an official Click Frenzy offer but the AU$200 discount is too tempting to not list here.View Deal
Dyson V7 Motorhead |
AU$599 AU$449 at Dyson (save AU$150)
If you're on a budget and would still love to get your hands on a great Dyson handstick, don't ignore the older V7 models. They might not stack up against the likes of the V10 Cyclone or even the new V12 Detect Slim, but this V7 Motorhead still has great suction, offers up to 30 minutes of runtime and will easily transform into a smaller handheld unit. Now available with AU$150 off directly from Dyson, along with a bonus filter thrown in for free.View Deal
Emma Original Mattress | from AU$449.40 (save 40%)
Need a new mattress but don't quite have the budget for those premium ones? Emma's got you covered with some of the most affordable prices on a really good mattress during the company's Winter Sale. There's 40% off across the board, with even the king size available for a smidge over AU$719. Just select the size you prefer from the dropdown on the Emma online storefront.View Deal
The KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer is a brilliant kitchen gadget. While we haven’t reviewed it on TechRadar, user reviews are generally positive and the TR team’s had some first-hand experience with the unit. We found it to be incredibly easy to use, and it makes short work of all your baking needs. This discount is in red and black when you buy from Catch.View Deal
Not only is it the best pocket camera around, but the DJI is also one of the most convenient vlogging cameras too. It boasts a 64MP smartphone sensor and a 93º field of view. You can capture HDR video with an excellent ISO range, and you'll also get great audio capture. The best price right now is on Catch, with a small discount for Click Frenzy.View Deal
What is Click Frenzy Julove?
Click Frenzy launched back in 2012 as Australia’s answer to the US's Cyber Monday. It began as a biannual event, with one in May and the other November. 'Go Wild' was the name given to November sales, while the mid-year event adopted the 'Mayhem' moniker.
Now though, Click Frenzy releases more events in the year, such as a travel sale held in September, a sports sale in August and the current 'Julove' event.
The Click Frenzy sales initially lasted just 24 hours, but that really didn't cut the mustard. Buyers couldn't get enough of the savings, so now each shopping spree lasts for a full 53 hours.
The Click Frenzy event centralises hundreds of deals from a large number of Australian online retailers at one location. The website has been built to withstand an enormous amount of traffic, and offers a marketplace which allows shoppers to search by brand, item, category or just browse the large number of deals.
In the past, the Click Frenzy website has been known to crash due to the huge amount of traffic going through it at sale time. So you won't always have the biggest window to snag a bargain. That said, some retailers offer deals before the sale officially begins, so you will need to keep an eye out. You’ll even find some discounts on individual retail sites, so if the main Click Frenzy site isn’t working, you can still chase up the product you’re after.
When is Click Frenzy Julove?
Click Frenzy Julove kicks off today. It officially starts at 7pm AEST on Tuesday, July 13, 2021, but several retailers jump the gun and offer deals from earlier in the day. As it'll last 53 hours, you'll be able to shop the best deals until midnight (11:59pm AEST) Thursday, July 15.
How do I find the best Click Frenzy Julove deals?
All the bargains available during this big sales event will be posted on the Click Frenzy site, so you should be able to track down what you're after there. Participating retailers are also listed on the site, which should give you a good idea of what deals to expect, as well as where to go to hunt down deals if you can't get onto the Click Frenzy website.
Alternatively, just stick with us and we'll pull out a selection of the best Click Frenzy deals we know you'll love. We’ll be keeping you updated over the 53 hours and adding the top deals so you don't miss out.
Click Frenzy Julove 2021: What deals should I expect?
The retailers taking part in Click Frenzy Julove this year have been confirmed. Some of the major players will include: Adidas, Bose, Big W, Catch Group, David Jones, Decathlon, Fossil, GHD Hair, Glassons, Glue Store, Jays Jays, Jeanswest, Just Jeans, Lavazza, Pet Barn, Peter Alexander, Reebok, Shaver Shop, Sheridan Outlet, Smiggle, SurfSitch, Target and The Good Guys.
Previous sales have also seen brands such as The Iconic offering discounts on fashion, Lenovo slashing the price of its laptops, and Myer going large with dinnerware, electronics and clothing.
Major brands like Dyson, Shaver Shop and Rebel Sport are shaping up for big deals, as all have offered buyers exceptional savings in past events.
The likes of The Good Guys is expected to be your go-to for computers and electronics, while Rebel Sport and Catch AU are likely to offer great deals on wearables.
Click Frenzy 2021: best deals from the Mayhem sales event
To give you an idea of what's in store during the Julove sale, we've hand picked some of the best deals from the last Click Frenzy period.
Check out some of the best deals from the Mayhem sales event below.
Beats Powerbeats Pro |
AU$349 AU$211.65 at The Good Guys (AU$137.35 saved)
They may not have active noise cancellation, but the Powerbeats Pro are Apple's most premium workout 'buds. They ensure a more secure fit as compared to the older AirPods and, as we found out, don't seem to want to fall out no matter what kind of workout your into. They offer good sound, pair easily with any iOS device and have IPX4 certification. They went for AU$137 off at The Good Guys during Mayhem.
Wahl Lithium Ion Stainless Steel Trimmer |
AU$199.95 AU$149 (AU$50.95 saved)
One of our top rated beard trimmers, the Wahl Lithium Ion is the perfect all-in-one trimmer and styler. It's designed to help you achieve that barber-fresh look, with lengths from 0.5mm to 25mm. The hair, beard and body shaver comes equipped with four detachable heads that cover off hair cutting, edging, shaving, body grooming, as well as nose and ear trimming. During Mayhem, you could grab it for 25% off with this Shaver Shop exclusive.
Dell G5 15 SE Gaming Laptop |
AU$2,099 AU$1,364 on Dell (AU$735 saved)
Dell's G5 15 SE Gaming Laptop is great for both productivity and gaming. It comes with an AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Mobile Processor with AMD Radeon RX 5600M GPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD. And you could have saved AU$735 with its Click Frenzy Mayhem price of just AU$1,364.
Fossil Gen 5 smartwatches |
AU$499 AU$349.30 at Fossil (AU$149.70 saved)
All the Gen 5 Fossil smartwatches run on Wear OS. And while battery life won't quite match that of a Fitbit, you still get a delicately styled smartwatch for a great price. This one was 30% off during the last Click Frenzy sales.
Dyson V11 Outsize Pro |
AU$1,349 AU$1,099 at Dyson (AU$250 saved)
Prior to the V15 hitting the shelves, the V11 Outsize Pro was Dyson's top of the range, and you normally have to pay big bucks for the privilege of owning one. Enter Click Frenzy. A saving of AU$250 direct from Dyson made the V11 Outsize a bit more reasonably priced.