Tomorrow is Cyber Tuesday, Australia’s answer to Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday in the US was launched as a way for online retailers to capitalise on the Thanksgiving Holiday ‘Black Friday’. Black Friday is the biggest retail sales day...

Cyber Tuesday

Cyber Monday in the US was launched as a way for online retailers to capitalise on the Thanksgiving Holiday ‘Black Friday’. Black Friday is the biggest retail sales day on the US calendar, now Cyber Monday (the following Monday US time) is the biggest online sales event in the US, and continues to grow each year.

Click Frenzy has a crazy amount of Australian companies signed up to offer sales online tomorrow (Tuesday 20th November). While most ‘sales’ are simply a marketing term to get you buying things that aren’t really any cheaper than standard prices, we should actually see some serious bargains tomorrow.

Head over to http://www.clickfrenzy.com.au/ for more information, especially check back tomorrow to see the bargains. Feel free to head to twitter for any fake sales that really are a markup before the markdown, that should not be tolerated.

The sales start at 7PM AEDST and run for 24 hours, so get ready to snag some Christmas bargains.

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