Fire up your laptops and whip out your credit cards, because the savings enthusiasts who brought us online mega-sale Click Frenzy are bringing Click Frenzy Travel back for another year, and it's perfect for mid-week daydreamers.

While the original Click Frenzy focuses on fashion, this iteration is all about escapes, from the tropical to the snow-capped, the adventurous to the relaxing.

The 29-hour online sale runs from 7pm on Tuesday, August 20 until midnight the following day. There’ll be more than 600 deals on offer, spanning airfares, hotel stays, tours, cruises and packages.

Highlights include 40 per cent off selected domestic and international flights with Virgin Australia; Air New Zealand flights to Buenos Aires for $1057 return, and San Francisco and LA for $899 return, departing Melbourne and Sydney; half-price trips to the Galapagos Islands, Croatia and more with Intrepid Travel; 60 per cent off selected luggage and headphones from Qantas Loyalty; up to 69 per cent off holiday packages to Bali, Thailand, Fiji and more with G Adventures; 10 per cent off American Airlines flights to America, Canada and Mexico with STA Travel; and up to 80 per cent off private-pool villa accommodation in Ubud, Bali.

Other brands involved include Skyscanner, Webjet, Hawaiian Airlines, Mantra, Agoda, Luxury Escapes, APT, Qatar Airways, Accor Hotels, Ovolo Hotels, Ridges, Greyhound Australia, Crowne Plaza, Cruise Russia and Blue Lagoon Cruises.

Speedy shoppers can also score 99 per cent off “Go Overboard” deals, which include $500 Flight Centre vouchers for $5, $250 Beats headphones for $2, and holiday packages to Bali and Fiji. These products will be made available at specific times during the 29-hour period, details of which will be revealed on the Click Frenzy Travel website. To access the 99 per cent off deals you’ll need to sign up as a member, which is free. Members will also be given access to the entire Click Frenzy Travel sale 30 minutes early.

Click Frenzy Travel runs from 7pm Tuesday August 20 until midnight Wednesday August 21.