It’s deals season once again, with Click Frenzy Mayhem starting up for another year. Laptops, gaming monitors, games, peripherals, headsets – there’s bargains galore today.
This story has been updated since it was first published.
It’s not officially part of the Click Frenzy deals, but GMG’s birthday sale is running at the same time. Either way, it’s cheaper video games – so everyone wins!
Amidst all the Click Frenzy mayhem, there's plenty of other bargains available - especially if you want cheap video games.Read more
Telstra’s dropped the pricing on their Xbox All Access program for Click Frenzy, which includes an Xbox One S and two years of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $22 a month. Two years of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate costs just over $382 at the current rate, meaning you’ll be paying just $146 for the 1TB Xbox One S.
More info on the deal here.
HP / HP OMEN’s Click Frenzy Mayhem 2020 Deals
HP’s online store is offering up to 68 percent off on laptops, peripherals and gaming monitors this year. The most eye-catching deal is on their OMEN by HP 27 display, a 27-inch G-SYNC screen going for $447 with the FRENZY68% checkout code. There’s also an OMEN Sequencer mechanical keyboard available for just over $100 with the FRENZY64% code. HP’s active cooling headphones are only $50 today as well.
Here’s a quick list to all the bargains going right now, with the discounts applied. Note that the discounts will vary slightly from item to item, and you’ll need the precise checkout code from each link.
- OMEN Sequencer Mechanical Keyboard: $100 (down from $279)
- OMEN by HP 27-inch 1440p/165Hz Gaming Monitor: $447.68
- Omen by HP Mindframe Headset: $50.49
- HP OMEN Reactor Mouse: $96.75
- HP Pavilion Gaming PC w/i7-9700F, RTX 2060 Super, 16GB RAM, 256GB + 2TB: $1999.20
- HP Envy 13 w/i5-10210U, 8GB, 128GB SSD: $959.20
- HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop w/i7-9750H, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD: $1359.20
Deals will run until May 22, and more can be found on the HP Australian store.
Click Frenzy Mayhem 2020 Gaming Monitors
Anyone looking for a tax-time “working from home” upgrade is in for a treat. Australia has gotten a ton of better high-refresh rate monitors over the last few months, ranging from well-rounded 144Hz/165Hz screens to the super-fast, colour accurate 240Hz IPS panels.
Enjoy competitive shooters? Or need the fastest response time for sim racing or fighting games? Then today's a good day for a monitor upgrade.Read more
Along with the HP by Omen deal above, there’s also an excellent bargain on the 27-inch 144Hz IPS screen from LG. It’s available for $764.15 through eBay with the PHREEZE checkout code.
Wind back a few years and monitors were like buying an Australian internet connection. You couldn’t have fast, reliable and affordable internet - it was only two of the three. Similarly, monitors were stuck in this weird spot where you could have great colour accuracy, high refresh rates and 1440p or better resolution … if you wanted to spend a few grand. But times have changed, and screens are now starting to hit the sweet spot: good refresh rates for gaming, good response times, and decent colour accuracy out of the box at a price that regular gamers can justify paying.Read more
Lenovo’s Click Frenzy Mayhem 2020 Deals
Lenovo’s gaming offers have ramped up over the last 12 months, and their gaming laptops in particular are becoming really competitive in the Australian market. They also have the benefit of not sporting massive RGB strips, making them a decent alternative for offices (whenever we all end up back in those).
The full list of deals is here, but below you’ll find individual links to specific offers. Note that some of the laptops are deliberately customisable, so while you’ll still get an immediate saving, you’ll need to pick some of the components before checkout (like storage).
- Lenovo Legion Y740 15 w/i7-9750H, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, GTX 1660 Ti: $2414 (down from $3449)
- Lenovo Legion Y540 15 w/i7-9750H, 16GB RAM, 512GB, RTX 2060: $2399.20 (down from $2999)
- Lenovo Legion 5Pi 15 w/i5-10300H or 10750H, GTX 1660 Ti or RTX 2060: From $2166 (down from $2549, with INTRO checkout code)
- ThinkPad E15 w/i5-10210U, 8GB RAM: $989.55 (down from $2199)
- IdeaPad L340 15 w/i5-9300H, 8GB, GTX 1650: $1189.30 (down from $1699, with CLICKFRENZY checkout code)
- Lenovo Yoga S740 w/i7-9750H, 8GB, 512GB: $2024.25 (down from $2699)
- Legion Y540 w/i5-9300, 8GB RAM, GTX 1660 Ti: From $1499.25 (with CLICKFRENZY checkout code)
- Legion Y545 Build Your Own w/i7-9750H, 8GB, 1660 Ti: From $1839.20 (down from $2299)
- ThinkPad P43s w/i7-8565U, 16GB RAM, 512GB, Quadro P520: $2449.30 (down from $3499)
- ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2 w/i7-9750H, 16GB, 512GB, 1080p OLED, GTX 1650 Max-Q: $3036.75 (down from $4049)
Amazon’s Click Frenzy Mayhem 2020 Deals
Amazon aren’t officially a part of the Click Frenzy Mayhem deals, but they always have some offers running at the same time. Right now, there’s a string of video games available across the three consoles, as well as some discounts on peripherals. The full list is here, but individual links are below.
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (PS4): $19
- Prey (PS4): $17.03
- Lego Harry Potter Collection Remastered (PS4): $24
- Assassin’s Creed Origins (PS4): $29
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Xbox): $29
- Division 2 (Xbox): $19
- Civilization VI (Switch): $45.99
- Thrustmaster TM Leather 28 GT Wheel Add-on: $217.50
- Titanfall 2 (Xbox): $14
- Hitman 2 (PS4): $36
Ubisoft’s biggest games are all discounted on console as well, including Watch Dogs 2 for $19.95, Rainbow 6: Siege for the same, plus bargains on Far Cry 5 and Far Cry Primal.
ASUS’s Click Frenzy Mayhem 2020 Deals
This one’s more of a package deal. While ASUS aren’t offering any bonuses directly – those discounts come from Australian retailers themselves – you can get up to $100 in Steam credit until May 31 by purchasing any applicable ASUS product. The list includes just about every ASUS GPU, motherboard, monitor, router, keyboard, mouse, headset and cooler that ASUS offers, so if you’re going to be getting a new monitor/GPU/motherboard, why not get some free Steam games to go with it?
More details can be found on the ASUS page here.
This post is being updated live as more deals become available, so check back later for more offers!
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