Click Frenzy Go Wild is back again this month and hoo boy, these deals are truly too good to pass up.

For those of you unfamiliar with the sale, Click Frenzy offers crazy 99% off deals like an iPad Pro for $13, or a Nutribullet for just $2. It’s crazy stuff, but it also makes me panic harder than any other sale of the year because you’ve gotta be quick, and decipher their clues before you can get your hands on the biggest bargains of all.

The sale kicks off at 7pm on Tuesday, November 10 and will run for 53 hours, with the Go Wild deals popping up sporadically.

Honestly, if you’re keen to snap up one of the Click Frenzy Go Wild deals, I’d suggest taking the day off work and parking your butt in front of the computer all day, because these deals always get snapped up in record time. But let’s be real here, the effort is well worth the reward when you’re copping a pair of Apple Airpods Pro for just $4.

They haven’t even announced all of the deals for the Click Frenzy Go Wild event yet and I’m already keen for one of everything.

The best deal is undoubtedly the iPhone 12 (yep, the brand new one), which would usually set you back $1,349, but will cost you just $13 in the sale.

If you’re in the market for a new TV, you’re also in luck because the Samsung 65″ Q80T 4K UHD HDR Smart QLED TV (usually worth $3,099) is selling for just 30 bucks. 30 bucks, for a brand new 4K TV!

You can also snap up an Apple iPad Pro 11″ for just $13, a Macbook Air 13″ for $16, or an Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 for just $2. It’s madness, I tell you, MADNESS!

Skin’s turned to shit in iso? Well, you’re in luck because Foreo Luna Mini 3 is also just $2, which is a fraction of the price of even the cheapest iso wine.

If you want to try your luck at snapping up a deal, you’ll have to register on the Click Frenzy Go Wild website (don’t worry, it’s free) and make sure you’re subscribed to their mailing list, which will give you all of the clues needed to snap up the deals.

You can sign up to the Click Frenzy Go Wild website here to be in the running for a certified bargain.