Social media is fuming as Click Frenzy descends into chaos

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Anyone get a $10 iPad?!

It’s the bi-annual shopping event that promises ridiculous prices on a range of home, fashion, toys, food, sports equipment and travel, but it seems people are fuming at Click Frenzy because it’s, once again, been so difficult to nab a bargain.

Social media users are complaining about the competition and slow Internet speeds which have hindered their ability to actually buy any of the sale items. Some even said it took too long for the subscription email to appear in their inbox so they could log into the site.

Some people were able to get some good deals, but it doesn’t seem like the majority of people have had a very good time. A lot of people seemingly got through to the $10 iPads, applied the necessary code only to be told they were sold out. 

According to News.Com.Au, Click Frenzy generated approximately $200 million in sales last year and they’re hoping for $250 million this year. 

Image: Click Frenzy


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