Click Frenzy 2018: Tuesday Nov 13 - 14, 2018

Click Frenzy 2018 officially begins 7pm (AEDT) Tuesday, November 13 2018.


As always expect deals to be posted earlier than 7pm, some are already out.

Follow all the deals & discussion via the OzBargain Click Frenzy 2018 Sales & Promotions page. The Click Frenzy sales page can also be accessed from the 'Pages' menu at the top of the website for easy access.

Please add 'Click Frenzy' tag to your deal post and remember to click subscribe on your favourite stores to get an email and/or web notification if any deal is posted for them.


Go Wild

The 'Go Wild' 99% off deals (not for everyone), will also return this year. You can see comments on last year's forum topic regarding the 99% off deals, they are generally hard (but not impossible) to get if you have the time (lots of refreshing required). Details and Example items below. There will also be Nintendo Switch Console for $5, Alexa Echo Dot 3rd Gen $1 and Beats by Dre Headphones $4 plus others not pictured.


Register a FREE Click Frenzy account HERE!
Make sure you’re logged into your account during Click Frenzy.
Whilst browsing Click Frenzy, keep an eye on your notification icon. When a number appears next to this icon (like below), click on it fast to get your clue to access an amazing deal!


* 8:30pm-9:30pm - Apple Watch for $4

* 10:00pm-11:00pm - $200 Bunnings Voucher for $2

* 10:00pm-11:00pm - Dyson Hairdryer for $5

* 6:00am-7:00am (Wednesday) - Garmin Dash Cam for $3.

* 6:30am-7:30am (Wednesday) - Echo Dot for $1.

* 8:00am-9:00am (Wednesday) - $300 Webjet Vouchers - $3

* 8:30am-9:30am (Wednesday) - GHD Hair Straightener - $2

* 9:00am-10:00am (Wednesday) - Beats Solo3 Headphones - $2

* 10:00am-11:00am (Wednesday) - Nintendo Switch - $5

* 10:30am-11:30am (Wednesday) - $100 Click Frenzy Visa Gift Card - $1

* 11:00am-12:00pm (Wednesday) - iPad Mini Wi-Fi 128GB - $5

* 12:30pm-1:30pm (Wednesday) - Roomba Robot Vacuum - $6

* 1:00pm-2:00pm (Wednesday) - $200 Click Frenzy Visa Gift Card - $2

* 1:30pm-2:30pm (Wednesday) - LG Soundbar 300W - $3

* 3:00pm-4:00pm (Wednesday) - GoPro Hero7 - $4

* 4:00pm-5:00pm (Wednesday) - UE Megaboom 3 - $3

* 5:00pm-6:00pm - $100 Bunnings Voucher - $1

* 6:00pm-7:00pm - DJI Tello Drone - $1

* 7:00pm-8:00pm - Macbook Air 13" - $15

* 7:00pm-8:00pm - Sony 65" UHD Smart TV - $18

Related Stores

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            • +1

              @Akya: sorry didn't realize that. got one. thanks.

  • +3

    Next email

    Dyson Hairdryer $5 CLUE Between 10 and 11pm

    Bunnings $200 Vouchers $2 CLUE Between 10 and 11pm

    Garmin Dash Cam $3 CLUE Between 6 and 7am (Tomorrow)

    Echo Dot $1 CLUE Between 6:30 and 7:30am (Tomorrow)

  • +5

    Next 4 Items:


    • Bunnings $200 Vouchers for $2, 10 and 11pm
    • Dyson Hairdryer for $5, 10 and 11pm
    • Garmin Dash Cam for $3, 6 and 7am (Wednesday)
    • Echo Dot for $1, 6:30 and 7:30am (Wednesday)
    • Does this mean there will be no 99% deals between 11pm - 6am tomorrow?

      • +1

        If it's anything like the past, then they usually stop at 11 or so and resume in the morning.

  • Where the hell was the sub category? Couldn’t see it on mobile.. clicked on it which took me to the volley website with the categories sneakers/adult sneakers/internationals

    • youth&streetwear

    • You had to find the category it was listed under on the clickfrenzy page. It was Fashion > Youth & Streetwear.

    • In one of the tabs under ‘FASHION’. In this case, “youth&streetwear” which was also the password to the store site. It’s much easier to do it on PC devices.

  • +1

    What is the point when they let bots through? Might have better luck with the Nigerian guy that emailed me earlier…

    • +2

      Sounds like someone missed out.

      • Of course, totally missed it! Seconds to minutes…how can I compete with single digits :)

        • +2

          There aren't bots guessing the password if that's what you're wondering.

          • @NoGiveJustTake: In true whinger style…must be insiders then! :P

          • @NoGiveJustTake: There's no way a bot could guess the password. Kudos to ClickFrenzy to finally making it near impossible for bots. Hackers on the hand…

            • +1

              @oodian: Nothing stopping someone from making more than 1 order with bots though.

              • @NoGiveJustTake: Good point… Guess there's no easy way to stop bots but at least its a little harder this year.

              • @NoGiveJustTake: yes there is. they have a one item per household per year rule. they check each address after the event and dq you if you have more than 1 gowild item. Next complaint please

                • @frankfurtman: If only there's some kind of technology that let's you enter a different shipping address. Hmmm. NEXT!

                  • @NoGiveJustTake: enlighten me how a bot can have multiple shipping addresses. also they check ip addresses too.

                    • @frankfurtman: You clearly have no knowledge about bots.

                      • @NoGiveJustTake: great answer to the question you can't answer!

                        • @frankfurtman: Not wasting anymore time arguing with a rock.

                          • @NoGiveJustTake: amazing you commented so many times and didnt give a single explanation of how the bots could circumnavigate the measures

                            • @frankfurtman: Alright, I won't go into much detail but I hope this will help you.

                              The shipping addresses are just text input boxes. Bot just has to enter a different address each time. Similar to how the government sends out postal votes. Unless… they did that by hand??

                              IP addresses aren't hard to fake. Use a VPN or proxy to change it. You could also use 4G or run it on a server on a cloud.

                              • @NoGiveJustTake: Firstly you need a separate shipping address every time they order something so regardless of how many bots you have the difficult part is finding a new shipping address. How would someone get more than a few addresses at most

                                Also it takes time for the person to firstly figure out the clue, then set up their bots to utilise the clue, go through the whole process, and switch vpns and repeat the process.

                                In these sales there's only a few stock and most and you're underestimating how quick humans are, a few humans would probably sell out all of the stock before you can even get one or two runs on a bot

                                • @frankfurtman: I can't help you with the shipping address issue, but it definitely isn't an issue. A bot is definitely faster humans. It seems you're underestimating what a bot can do. Yes, the person needs to figure out the answer like I said in one of my previous comments. After that, it's just telling the bot the password and then the bot would do the rest. Of course, someone would need to write the code for the bot.

            • +1

              @oodian: Click Frenzy had the Shopify system a while ago, up till 2017 Click Frenzy Go Wild. During this mid year's Click Frenzy, they used their own system which was utterly broken. Very happy they've gone back to Shopify otherwise I would not have bothered.

            • +2

              @oodian: There could be a chance. My attempt would be to set up a python script that would scan for any updates in the fi-cloud class. The script will then analysis the question through a bunch of true or false statement. For example, if it was a subcategory question ignore the first capital word and scan for the next capital word. If its a brand ignore and go to the next. Then search for the word in the search-bar class. Then using regex it can compact the correct work and copy it ready for pasting. Or if it's an image question you can use Bixby AI to scan for images, based on the tag inputted and return the result.

              But all this requires time, and you have to know the types of question asked.

              There are also a few bots that can already give you the correct answers in trivia game apps within 10 sec using AI. So maybe the use of bots is possible? IDK

    • Unsure how it works this year but in 2016 someone used a programmed bot to get the $1 Xbox, which was eventually detected by Click Frenzy so they ended up emailing the next in line for the deal to give them the Xbox for free instead.
      Perhaps that's why they're using the password this year to prevent same shit from happening

  • +3

    FYI - Reverse image search would reveal the Apple Watch to be the Series 4 44mm GPS + Cellular with White Sport Band.

    • +1

      thank you! been trying to compare watches haha

  • +2

    that password didnt work for me….

  • I'm guessing they're only going to have one laptop. There seems to be a few apple watches.

    • it'll be a very old model Macbook Air so I would imagine they'll have a few.

  • did anyone got the watch? just want to see how this work. first frenzy

    • few posts back there is a few explanations from people as to what they did and what details they had to enter.
      in short - alert appears at the top (must be signed in)
      -read the clue, click on the link. while thats opening, find the answer to the clue
      -answer to clue = password, which is entered on the next page
      -add item to card
      -fill in details (email, name, address and c/card)
      -checkout and confirm

      • +1

        Pro tip, just have open so you don't have to click the link.

      • add to cart* not card

    • As in the comments above, I got one, as did about 5 others on here at least. Read through the comments for a better idea of how it works.

      • i understood most of that, just then when i put password in early on it didnt work thats all

  • How much is that hair dryer worth?

    • +1

      approx $500 from memory, sometimes on special for $450

    • +1

      $499 I think based on a Google search.

    • Thanks guys…it must be some special hair dryer for that price.

      • +1

        dyson is usually expensive haha. Haven't tried the dryer personally but its meant to not cause damage and dry fast ect

  • youth&streetware didn't work for me

  • Anybody knows the password? I try youth&streetwear and it does not work.

    • expired

      • -1

        how to get the current working password?

        • It's sold out

        • it's sold out? you can't get it working. If you miss it, you miss it, move on

  • +1

    when it expired it will just tell you password wrong?

    • from my understanding, yes. That's what they indicated on their twitter page anyways

      • thanks

    • If you're quite early but not early enough, you may be enough to pull through and get to the product page but it'll display as 'SOLD OUT'. If you're late then the password will not work and it has in fact been changed to suit another product.

  • Any other good deals apart from the gowild ones?

  • is there any quicker way to fill in address details etc or is it a copy and paste type setup ready to go?

    • have it set up for autofill in your browser.

    • Use autofill?

  • +4

    whoa. bunnings went quick :'(

    • +1

      It went so quick!

  • +9

    Got the Bunnings voucher!

    • +1


  • +1


    Spotlight's "Jolly & Joy Tree Ornaments, Wreaths" includes garlands and what?

    2018-11-13 22:07:03

    ANSWER: wreaths

    But gone already.

    • +2

      Weird. I put 'stockings' and it accepted it but sold out?

    • answer was stockings

    • I had stockings as the answer.

    • Whoops sorry I meant to type stockings, did that a little too fast.

  • +1

    Haha. Got the bunnings vouchers within the few seconds. Clicked through. Sold out! Gold!

  • good job, do i need to autofill this or for getting them

  • Man… the Bunnings voucher sold out QUICK~! I recon some people get the page loading quicker than others….

  • +2


  • +1

    Answer Was : stockings

    ffs so quick

  • damn you adsl2

  • +1

    My internet is so garbage, it took me more than a minute just for the search result to come up lol

  • +1

    Order confirmed for $200 bunnings voucher

  • I was fixing my settings up.. damn

    • Was doing the same thing in Chrome.. haha.

      • +1

        I was moving my widescreen monitor to rotate to have dual browsers open, damn my timing!

  • +1

    I think a lot of people didn't know what they were suppose to do when the first one came out. Check the FB page - hundreds of people were asking what to do. So I assume people have now learnt what to do.

  • +1

    I put "stockingsandmore" and "stockingsandmore!" before I tried "stockings". Damn my overthinking.

  • Where's my Dyson!!!!! I need to blow my hair!

  • anyone track how quick that one was? wasnt watching at all

  • I think its going to be too hard now people have worked it out.

    Might as well call it an early night haha

    • +6

      Sure thats what you want us to think ;)

  • do you have to refresh the page for the notification to come up?

    • no it comes up both times for me.

      • Took 10 seconds or so on mine :(

        • yeah not sure when/how long it appears, but no luck as of yet:)

  • Order confirmed for $200 Bunnings voucher, but I got my postcode mixed up. Address is a business address though. ARGH only hope they still send it.. otherwise ALL FOR NOTHING!

  • +4

    OzBargain needs an IRC server/channel-like service attached to these forum posts, so we can read it in real time ;)

    • I'd be keen to setup a Discord channel for us all to use! ozbargain live chat

      • technically there is a discord but it's pretty vacant, feels like we could use a more "official" one to draw in people.

  • Guys whats strange is that even though it states the deal should appear on the hour, mine currently appear with these times:
    2018-11-13 22:07:03

    2018-11-13 21:15:06

    I assume this is the time the notification came through for me.
    Is everyone else seeing real late push notifications?

    • That's right - the deals are within an hour range rather than on the dot.

    • where does it say the deal should appear on the hour?

      • +2

        yeah, just assumed so.. but understand now that it could arrive at any time within the hour. Watch, the Dyson will be released at 10:59 :)

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