Click Frenzy July 2020: Best in tech

Click Frenzy JULOVE is on. Here are the tech retailers offering discounts.

Brodie Fogg
Editorial Lead
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Published on July 22, 2020
2 min read

Over the last few years, the online shopping event Click Frenzy has become a tri-annual ritual for Aussies looking to save some cash on tech, travel, utilities, and more. This not-so-humble national event has become so popular that it's managed to generate more hype than America's post-Black Friday online event, Cyber Monday.

Three times a year, Click Frenzy runs a sales event with hundreds of deals from providers like Telstra, Optus, Microsoft Store, Dell, Kogan, eBay and plenty more. You'll commonly find discounts on mobile plans, gaming hardware, like monitors and mice, and even bigger ticket items like laptops and televisions. There are also more deals on travel and lifestyle products, but it's the tech products we're most interested in.

Click Frenzy July 2020 (JULOVE) kicked off at 7:00 pm AEST on Tuesday 21 July 2020, with deals running as short as 48 hours, and as long as a couple of weeks. Be sure to check out the deals on offer from the providers below.

We'll keep this page up-to-date as the sale commences, so check back for the latest sales drops.

Click Frenzy May July providers and deals

Here are the tech and telco providers offering discounts in this month's Click Frenzy.

Click Frenzy July 2020 sale features a lot of fashion retailers, but there's still a few decent deals in the mix if you're looking for some slick new gear, or a new mobile plan. Here are the providers and deals we know of so far.

Click Frenzy July 2020 Tech Deals
Provider
Category
Deal
More info

Circles.Life

Mobile Plan

100GB for $28 per month for 12 months

Catch.com.au

Online shopping

Up to 79% off appliances, 33% off Apple Watch Series 4, up to 60% off grooming, plus many more

Bose

Audio

TBA

Centre Com

Computers and tech

TBA

Lenovo

Computers and tech

Up to 50% on selected PCs.

Dyson

Home appliances

Discounts on Dyson V8 Origin and Dyson V7 Motorhead Origin

Swann

Security

Up to 25% off 4K and 1080p security

HP (Hewlett-Packard)

Computers and tech

TBA

Mydeal.com.au

Online shopping

$10 off your first order

Discounts products to keep an eye out for

If you're thinking of upgrading your phone, laptop or TV, you might want to hold off.

  • Mobile plans
  • Smartphones
  • Phone cases
  • Laptops
  • Televisions
  • Gaming PCs
  • Monitors
  • PC parts
  • Gaming accessories
  • Xbox and PC games
  • Headphones
  • Cameras
  • Coffee machines
  • Fitness trackers
  • Smartwatch
  • Smart Speakers

More mobile deals

Nothing in Click Frenzy's sale grabbing your attention? There's heaps of non-Click Frenzy mobile plan deals running at the moment. Here's a list of every deal and discount in our engine.

More broadband deals

If you're in the market for a new NBN plan, then take a look at this week's biggest deals and discounts on broadband in the table below.

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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