Shoppers have vented their frustration on social media claiming the bi-annual Click Frenzy shopping event was "poorly organised".
The chaos kicked off at 7pm on Tuesday with huge savings on a range of products including home, fashion, toys, sport and travel.
Google Home was being sold for $2, an Xbox for $4, an LG 55-inch TV was selling for $10, a FitBit is going for $2, and a 10.5-inch iPad Pro 64GB for $10.
However, many users claimed they either had trouble accessing the site or they had trouble claiming any of the deals mentioned.
Those that subscribed were supposed to receive emails revealing where certain hugely discounted items were going to be on the website, however some claimed this didn't happen.
The 24-hour event generated about $200 million in sales last year.
— Joe (@zackuo234) November 14, 2017
This is happening to a lot of people this morning. Had anyone at the same address won an item already? This #ClickFrenzy sale is piss poorly organised!
— Aussie Julie (@AussieJulie) November 14, 2017
— bosco (@bosco_yin) November 14, 2017
I'd like to partake in #ClickFrenzy tonight, but my internet is with @Telstra and God knows, 3Mbps just won't cut it. (Sadly, this is a 'good' day). Build more towers, #Telstra. I live in a major city. This is pretty shocking! pic.twitter.com/jGVAU9RtpD
— Aussie Julie (@AussieJulie) November 13, 2017
— Joseph Riakos (@joeyriakos) November 14, 2017
I'm not going to say I was right... but... #ClickFrenzy you sucked *again*
— Gavin Maxwell (@iGavMax) November 14, 2017
Those #ClickFrenzy sales are bull. I clicked on the Google home in seconds and still no sight of getting in. Just a bunch of clickbait if you ask me.
— Allie (@heyheyitsalliej) November 14, 2017
Others however were pleased with their purchases.
Daaaaamn this click frenzy is good this time around!
— Kim (@RestlessMe81) November 14, 2017
— Phillip Nguyen (@_PhillipNguyen) November 14, 2017