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PayPal Launches First Australian Online Sales Event

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By Published On: March 4, 20240 Comments

PayPal is poised to launch its first online sales event in Australia. PayPal Fashion Frenzy kicks off today in partnership with Click Frenzy.

PayPal, one of Australia’s most trusted way to pay online, and Click Frenzy, Australia’s first and most recognised online mega sale operator, are working together to launch the payment provider’s first ever online sales event in Australia, PayPal Fashion Frenzy. 

The new 6-day sale event will offer customers deals, some up to 50 percent, across their favourite fashion and beauty brands, with something, and savings, for everyone, from designer fashion and cosmetics to athletic and street wear. This follow’s the payment provider’s collaboration as the official partner for Click Frenzy’s ‘The Main Event’ in October last year.

Fashion lovers can dive in from 12 midday (AEDT) today, Monday, 4 March and keep an eye on the PayPal Australia and Click Frenzy Instagram channels for new deals until midnight, 9 March.

A $15 PayPal reward will be available to eligible customers who shop from participating businesses in the event, and checkout with PayPal Pay in 4 for the first time ever.

PayPal’s research also shows that checkout preferences can matter as much as discounts can, with 37 percent of Australians having abandoned online purchases because their favourite payment method wasn’t available, rising to 44 percent of Gen Y.

PayPal Fashion Frenzy is thrilled to welcome Australia’s biggest fashion and beauty brands including David Jones, Adore Beauty, Dyson and Myer.

PayPal’s Senior Director of Consumer, Shane Capron, said: “PayPal is proud to support 150,000 Australian fashion retailers in Australia by providing a trusted, secure, and flexible payments platform. We’re very excited to launch our first online sale event in Australia to help them engage with new and existing customers by showcasing some of the best online deals all in one place. We know this will be well-received by shoppers, as PayPal research shows 82 percent of Australians shop online sales events, and a third of Australians are shopping sales events to help with current cost-of-living pressures.”

About the Author: Rosalea Catterson

Rosalea is the Editor of Power Retail. With a keen interest in consumer behaviour and tech, she covers everything ecommerce and hosts the Power Retail Power Talks Podcast.

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