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REVEALED: Dick Smith Wishy-Washy 'Click Frenzy' Deals

By Oonagh Reidy | Monday | 19/11/2012

SmartHouse got an inside glimpse of Dick Smith's deals to go live on Click Frenzy tomorrow.

There will be eight offers for Dick Smith's 'Click Frenzy" ranging from: $50 off the RRP of a 32" Full HD LED TV (although no confirmation on the brand), $50 off Topfield 320GB Personal Video Recorder (RRP $186) and $70 off Navman In Car GPS (RRP $279), the retailer told SmartHouse today.

However, Dick isn't offering any big ticket items like big screen TVs, smartphones, notebooks or the hugely popular tablets.

Here is the list of Dick Smith 'Click Frenzy" deals:

- 32" FULL HD LED TV $50 off

- Topfield 320GB PVR $50 off

- PIXMA MG5350 Multifunction Printer $100 off

- SONY 7" LCD Digital Photo Frame $49.50 off

- Navman MY350LMT In Car GPS $70 off

- Etrex10 handheld GPS $35 off

- Seagate Backup Plus 500GB Portable Hard Drive $31 off (normal RRP $99)

- Dick Smith 2 Channel DVD Player $20 off

At least two of the 'offers' are currently on sale at Dick Smith online anyway with 25% off so it looks like Click Frenzy may be more of a stock clearout than a major bargain extravaganza - in the case of this retailer anyway - although there's some handy gift ideas. 

Other retailers who have given a glimpse of what is to come tomorrow include Telstra, whose "Click Frenzy' consists of 50% off all albums while BigPond Shopping customers will receive 50% of selected bed linen.

However, these deals are a far cry from the Cyber Monday offers their US counterparts flog on an annual basis.

A glimpse of last year's Cyber Monday offers saw BestBuy.com slash $1200 off a Samsung Refrigerator, $100 off Acer Iconia Tab, while Target.com and  Walmart also had some nice deals on XBox 360s and Fuji cameras.

However, since it is the first year of the Click Frenzy event, here's hoping more bargains are to come as the web event gets bigger in the future.

Find out more about Click Frenzy kicking off tomorrow at 7pm here

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