Here's The Good Gaming And Tech Deals From Tonight's Click Frenzy Sale

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Chances are you've probably seen it in your inboxes already. But if you haven't, here's a tip: Click Frenzy is having another massive 24 hour sale from tonight, and as expected there's a whole bunch of discounts on games and hardware.

Some of the deals are available already, whereas other deals won't kick off until 7:00PM. You might also have to apply a discount code at the checkout, so check the fine print before buying. With that out of the way, onto the deals!

Microsoft Store

The Microsoft Store will be having a 60% sale from 7:00PM AEST, although some of the discounts are already live. There's a chunky discount on Surface Pro 4 laptops and Surface Books, although know that the Surface Laptop is just around the corner.

Xbox One Wireless Controller: $71.96 (down from $89.95)
Xbox One Wireless Controller (coloured versions): $75.96 (down from $94.95)
Xbox One Wireless Controller Special Editions: $79.96 (down from $99.95)

Dell Inspirion 13 5378 2-in-1 PC: $999 (down from $1399)
Surface Book (128GB/Intel i5/8GB RAM): $1839.20 (down from $2299)
Microsoft Surface Book (512GB /Intel i5/8GB RAM): $2503.20 (down from $3129)
PS4 Slim 500GB: $299 (down from $439.95)

Sony

You can get a bunch of discounts directly on Sony on TVs, speakers, earbuds and point-and-click cameras. There's even a "discount" on PS4 Slim models, but it's not worth much compared to the bundles available through regular retailers.

Note that some of the deals will be through their website, while others will go through the official Sony Australia eBay page. Purchases through the Sony website also come with free shipping, which is handy if you're buying a TV.

43" X8000D 4K HDR TV: $777 (down from $1799)
Sony 49" X8000D 4K HDR TV: $888 (down from $2099)
Sony 55" X7000D Refurbished 4K HDR TV: $1299
Sony 65" W850C Full HD LED TV: $1799

Dell

Dell are taking part as well with a string of discounts on their Inspiron 15 and Alienware 13 gaming laptops direct through their site.

Alienware Alpha R2 (i7-6700T, 16GB DDR4 RAM, GTX 960, 256GB SSD): $1499
Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming: (15.6" screen, i7-7700HQ, 16GB DDR4 RAM, GTX 1050 Ti, Dual 128GB SSDs): $1599 (with $300 cash off until May 18)
Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 (i5-7200U, 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM, 13.3" 1080p screen): $1099 (inc. $400 cash off until May 18)

Kogan

Kogan is taking part in the corporate festivities, as you'd expect. The offerings are pretty thin at the time of writing, but there are a couple of discounts if you hunt around.

55" MU9500 Curved 4K LED TV: $599 (down from $799)
Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB (4G, Black/Gold/White): $589 (down from $719)

Mwave

Online tech retailers are getting in on the action as well.

Sennheiser PC 350 SE Gaming Headset: $119.95 (down from $219.95)
Logitech G403 Wired Optical RGB Gaming Mouse: $63 (inc. LOGIXMAS16 coupon, down from $99.95)
Logitech G610 Orion Brown Mechanical Keyboard: $126 (inc. LOGIXMAS16 coupon, down from $139)

Computer Alliance

One of the smaller Aussie e-retailers, Computer Alliance has some quality offers here. There's more on the official page (just scroll down).

Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel inc. shifter: $349 (down from $498)
CyberPower 5000mAh Classic Power Bank: $9 (down from $29)
Logitech G610 Orion Brown Mechanical Keyboard: $109 (usually $129)
Logitech Z906 5.1 Speakers: $299 (down from $399)
Razer DeathAdder Chroma: $49 (down from $79)


For other deals on things like whitegoods, lifestyle products and bits and bobs for around the house, head to Lifehacker's roundup below. We'll also periodically update this post throughout the evening as more deals come online. And did you see anything we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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    from 7:00PM AEDT

    It should be 7pm AEST. No one is using AEDT at the moment and 7pm AEDT = 6pm AEST.

      The letters are literally next to each other (fixed, thanks)

    G403 from MWave is not much of a deal. Yes the RRP is $99, but JB has been selling this for $69 for a while

    These deals suck

    you get better deals on the ebay 20% off offers which come at least every 2 months

    They are still trying to make click frenzy happen? Get some good deals like the day this is based off.

      I hate the marketing element of it, but the Sony TVs are too good a deal to pass up.

    Didn't realise Microsoft sold the PS4...

    Last edited 17/05/17 8:52 am

      The secret's out - all tech companies are just subsidiaries of one giant secret conglomerate whose sole mission is to brainwash you into believing the annual release cycle is a good thing ;)

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