Amazon Australia Boxing Day deals sneak peek

Stephanie Yip 21 December 2017

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You can expect up to 40% off fashion, $50 off Kindle ereaders and more.

Earlier this month, we proposed the idea that Amazon Australia was planning a huge Boxing Day sale. Now, the online marketplace has confirmed that the rumours are true, cheekily revealing a few of the hot deals we should expect to see on 26 December.

The sale goes live at the stroke of midnight on Boxing Day and will feature hundreds of deals in fashion, electronics, entertainment, kitchen, homewares and, naturally, Amazon's own Kindle ereaders and books.

Amazon's lauded "lightning deals" will also make an appearance featuring limited-time and limited-stock deals at heavily discounted prices.

Fashion-wise, you can expect to find up to 40% off select mens, women's and children's fashion across big-name brands such as Puma, Casio and Tommy Hilfiger. This is 10% greater than the average discounts that were featured over Black Friday, marking this as one of the best Amazon Australia sales of the year.

On the tech side, there will be "buy one get one free" deals on select books, music and DVDs, $50 off select Kindle ereaders and discounts on videogame consoles, Fitbit watches, Audible subscriptions and more.

You won't have to blow the big bucks on shipping this shopping frenzy either with free delivery offered on orders of $49 or more. This was set as a standard by Amazon Australia when it launched in lieu of access to Amazon Prime, which the marketplace has promised to offer to Australians in the future.

For those wishing to reap the full suite of deals and benefits during the Amazon Australia Boxing Day sale, customers who pay using a NAB credit card or America Express card will also receive a 10% cashback. This is capped to a maximum of $100 return, so purchases of $1,000 really push this deal to its limits.

The sale starts at 12:00am AEDT on 26 December 2017 and when it does, you'd better have your credit cards armed and ready for these deals.

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