Click Frenzy Mayhem 2022: where to find the best deals

The latest online shopping frenzy has kicked off – here's where you can score a top bargain during Click Frenzy Mayhem

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Listen up, bargain hunters, because Click Frenzy is back! The latest Mayhem edition of Click Frenzy officially kicked off at 7pm AEST on May 24 and will go on until midnight of Thursday, May 26.

So flex your fingers, keep the credit card handy and... good luck scoring some of the best bargains you can find online in Australia. And we say 'best' because there have been some absolutely smashing offers over the last few years and this year is no different. The possibility of getting 90%-99% off an item is real, although you will need to be a Click Frenzy member and very quick to bag that as these pop up intermittently and with very limited stock. 

Hosting all the deals on one main hub, the Click Frenzy website (opens in new tab) is sharing savings on everything from phones, laptops, cameras, wearables, shoes and other fashion items, as well household appliances, home entertainment systems and more. 

If you know what you're after specifically, then you might find it easier to head directly to the retailer site and browse the sale there. Most of Australia's major brands and retailers participate in Click Frenzy and host all their deals on their own site. So for the savvy shopper who knows what they want, we've got a list of our favourite brands and retailers below to help you get to that offer quicker.

Where to find the best Click Frenzy Mayhem 2022 deals

The sheer volume of deals that appear on the Click Frenzy site can be very overwhelming and the urge to splurge can get strong. So if you're keeping a tight rein on expenses this month, but still need to save some dosh on specific items, head to the retailer or brand you think might have it and also save yourself some time in the bargain.

Note that most of the offers from the below brands and retailers will end at 11:59pm on Thursday, May 26, but there will be quite a few stretching it all way till the end of the month, ending the discounts on May 29.

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Asics | 25% off select apparel (opens in new tab)

Asics will help get you kitted out for your fitness journey by slashing 25% off select apparel. This is available to all shoppers, but if you happen to be an OneASICS member, then you get an additional 10% off!

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Bose | discounts on audio gear (opens in new tab)

A fixture during Click Frenzy for the last few years, Bose is offering discounts on most of its catalogue during the Mayhem frenzy. That said, the biggest offers are on refurbished headphones and speakers, so if you're fine with that, you'll be able to save a pretty penny on some of the best audio gear in the business.

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Catch Australia | discounts on a variety of products (opens in new tab)

From clothing to electronics, even furniture, there's a staggering number of discounts on Catch's Click Frenzy sale available right now. For example, there's 25% off Kathmandu and up to 30% off fragrances, Beats Studio Buds for just AU$167 or take 20% off Lego. The choices are endless.

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Decathlon | up to 50% off snow gear (opens in new tab)

There's a Snow Sale over at Decathlon right now for Click Frenzy, with up to 50% off clothing, masks and more. So if you're planning your next ski trip, take a look at what's on offer and get kitted out for less.

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Dell | up to 40% off select laptops (opens in new tab)

There's a Cyber Sale going on over at Dell right now, which is part of Click Frenzy Mayhem. There's up to 40% off on select machines, so there's a good chance you'll be able to find an absolute powerhouse for less right now.

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DigiDirect | up to 20% off (opens in new tab)

For all things photography, DigiDirect is a great place to shop. No matter which camera maker you're faithful to, there's up to 15% off the top brands. You can even take home a 10% discount on Peak Design bags. The maximum 20% off is on Hoya filters and Lowepro bags.

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Dyson | up to AU$350 off (opens in new tab)

Offers of some of the best cordless vacuum cleaners are already live on Dyson's website. So anyone keen on sucking up one of these beauties can get up to AU$350 off on select models.

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Emma Mattress | up to 55% off (opens in new tab)

Emma has been participating in Click Frenzy for a while now and its mid-year sale has been extended into this online frenzy. There's up to 55% off on some of the best mattresses-in-a-box in Australia, so grab one while the going is good.

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Fossil | 30% off sitewide (opens in new tab)

From smartwatches to leather totes, there's a lot you can get from this famous brand. Fossil's Click Frenzy sale is sitewide, but you are going to need the checkout code CF30 to score the discount, although keep in mind that the code won't work on already discounted items.

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ghd | 20% off + extra 10% off on selected products (opens in new tab)

Treat your crowning glory with some of the best tech in hair care. While pretty much everything on ghd is 20% off for Click Frenzy, you can get an additional 10% off on select items by using the checkout code CLICKFRENZY.

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HP | up to 40% off select laptops (opens in new tab)

HP Australia's Click Frenzy Mayhem sale has kicked off with up to 40% off select items. You'll be able to get discounted convertibles, gaming laptops (Victus and Omen)  and HP's Chromebook for less.

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KitchenAid | up to 20% off (opens in new tab)

Whip up a storm in the kitchen with some of the best small appliances in the business and save some cash while you're at it. Mixers, toasters, food processors and more, there's up to 20% off KitchenAid's colourful appliances.

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Koala | save up to AU$800 on mattresses and furniture (opens in new tab)

If you need to do something about improving your sleep, you might want to consider getting a Koala mattress (opens in new tab) when on sale (we're big fans). All three are worth it even at full price, but saving some cash is always a good idea. You can even pick up a new sofa while you're at it.

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Lenovo | up to 60% off (opens in new tab)

Where Dell and HP are offering up to 40% off on select models, Lenovo is going the distance with this frenzy. There's up to 60% off top PCs and laptops this May, so take a gander if you're in need of a good machine.

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Lovehoney | 20% off sitewide (opens in new tab)

While the official Click Frenzy sale hasn't kicked off yet over at Lovehoney, there's a flat 20% off sitewide, but there are some exceptions... like up to 50% off a rare find or two.

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MyDeal | bargains on wine, homewares and more (opens in new tab)

There's a party happening over at MyDeal. Here you'll be able to find discounts on anything from wine to electronics and a lot in between, including office chairs, dinnerware and more.

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New Balance | up to 40% off select styles (opens in new tab)

Treat your feet to some great running shoes from New Balance during Click Frenzy Mayhem. The sale hasn't kicked off yet, but get ready for some great deals starting May 24.

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Petbarn | up to 50% off (opens in new tab)

Don't forget the other (perhaps more special) members of your family. Whether you have a furry friend, a chirpy friend or a scaly friend, they need to be treated as well. And Petbarn will help you save on toys, food, bedding and more.

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Ray-Ban | 20% off sitewide (opens in new tab)

This eyewear brand needs no introduction whatsoever. It's one of the most coveted brands on the market, one that will even get you prescription lenses if wish. There's now 20% off sitewide, although you'll be able to find discounts of up to 50% off through the year.

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RedBalloon | 10% off experiences (opens in new tab)

Keen to take a hot-air balloon ride or wine and dine in style? Or you want a thrill to get your adrenaline pumping? RedBalloon has you covered and, if you spend AU$149 or more during Click Frenzy and apply the code FRENZY10 at checkout, you'll be able to save 10% of the experience's price.

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Sunglass Hut | 20% off designer brands (opens in new tab)

No matter your style or brand choices are, Sunglass Hut is going to have something for you to keep the glare out of your eyes. Including great options from top brands like Ray-ban, Oakly, Emporio Armani, Vogue and more, there's plenty of Click Frenzy offers for you to save a pretty penny on your next set of eyewear.

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SurfStitch | 30% off (opens in new tab) 

Use the code FRENZY30 at checkout and you'll be able to get 30% off on "almost everything" at SurfStitch. Jumpers, denim, duffel bags and so much more is currently discounted for everyone.

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Target | up to 50% off (opens in new tab)

Click Frenzy is also happening over at Target, with discounts on Nintendo Switch models, cookware, bedding and so much more. It's all ready to shop right now.

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The Good Guys | 10% off home appliances and tech (opens in new tab)

The Good Guys is offering its Click Frenzy discounts until just 11:59pm May 25, so you better hurry and check out the sale. With the use of the code CLICK at checkout, you can get 10% off a wide variety of items, including whitegoods, small appliances, audio, laptops and tablets.

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The Iconic | 30%-40% off (opens in new tab)

Fashionistas know that shopping on The Iconic means you're getting some really good stuff. So be sure to take advantage of the 30% or 40% discount on several items to update your wardrobe.

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The Shaver Shop | up to 75% off (opens in new tab)

Keeping yourself well-groomed doesn't have to cost the earth. Click Frenzy is a great time to score a discount on clippers, shavers, epilators and more, and the sale is already live on the retailer's site.

When is Click Frenzy Mayhem 2022?

Click Frenzy Mayhem will officially kick off on Tuesday, May 24 at 7pm AEST and run for a total of 53 hours. That means you can carry on shopping until 11:59pm AEST on Thursday, May 26.

Despite the official start time, some brands and retailers jump the gun and start the sale early, sometimes a day ahead. So take a look at our list of retailers above to see where you can shop right now.

What is Click Frenzy?

Click Frenzy is an online-only sale that began life as Australia's answer to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales in other markets. Back in 2012, when Click Frenzy was birthed, the big November sales weren't as popular as they are now, and this online sale gave savvy shoppers the chance to score some seriously deep discounts from several retailers. When it was first created in 2012, it was a biannual sale event held in May (known as Click Frenzy Mayhem) and again in November (first named 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’s now Click Frenzy Travel held in June, and the (oddly named) Julove in July. 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.

Click Frenzy is also known for offering '99% off' deals, which are only available to Click Frenzy members (which is free to sign up for). These discounts are limited in number, and pop up at random times on the site for members who are ready and waiting (and signed in).

Every single bargain during this big sale is available through the Click Frenzy site. All participating retailers are listed on the site, which should give you a good idea of what deals to expect. You’ll find that all participating retailers will offer discounts on their own sites, so if you know what you want, you can go straight to the source. 

You can also subscribe to the Click Frenzy email newsletter to get regular updates.

Sharmishta is T3 sister site TechRadar's Managing Editor for APAC, and contributes to T3 on occasion, particularly if any local Aussie product testing is needed. She's a keen photographer, managing Digital Camera World for the APAC region, and also helps produce two of Future's photography magazines in Australia. She loves trying to find ways and means to make her home (and life) smarter and, when she's got time to herself, she can usually be found with her nose buried in a good book... erm, ereader.