Huge discounts, deals, coupons and promo codes for your Click Frenzy and Singles Day shopping

Click-Frenzy: Spoil yourself or hunt for some Christmas bargains from the comfort of your own home. Photo: Shutterstock
Click-Frenzy: Spoil yourself or hunt for some Christmas bargains from the comfort of your own home. Photo: Shutterstock

Two crazy deals events are set to collide this week, with Click Frenzy taking place over three days and Singles Day taking place on November 11.

Click Frenzy kicks off a 7pm on Tuesday, November 9 and finished at midnight on Thursday, November 11.

Click Frenzy began in 2012 after Grant Arnott travelled to America and was inspired by their mega sale events, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

He decided to bring the idea to Australia, and Click Frenzy was born.

This is Click Frenzy's major sale for the whole year so don't miss out on deals from a host of premium retailers such as Target, Telstra, Adidas, Big W, David Jones, Dyson, House, Reebok and more.

Fashion, travel, electronics, home goods and more will be on sale, so be sure to snag a bargain.

Singles Day is another massive sale event.

It falls on November 11 every year and is a time to treat yourself if you aren't in a relationship.

Singles Day started in China as an unofficial holiday and shopping event that celebrates people who are not in relationships, the numerals 11/11 represent singles,=.

The day is gaining in popularity in Australia and acts as a counter to Valentine's Day.

Look out for savings at stores like Dyson, The Iconic, Showpo and more.

This year Australian Coupons has an entire category dedicated to Click Frenzy and Singles Day.

Click the links to find deals on a range of items.

New deals are being added daily - so check back if you can't find what you are looking for.

Don't miss this opportunity to treat yourself or stock up for Christmas.

Disclaimer: While ACM has endeavoured to ensure that the information above is correct at the time of publishing, deals are subject to change without notice.

This story Get set for three big days of sales first appeared on The Canberra Times.