Amazon Boxing Day sale for 2018

Huge deals of up to 40% off across Amazon are coming this 26 December.

Thought Black Friday deals were good? Now that Amazon has finally made itself known in Australia - just in time for Boxing Day - the online shopping powerhouse will be dropping hundreds of "Lightning Deals", where you can save huge on brands like Fitbit, Nintendo, Hasbro and more.

The online retail giant is a heaven for shoppers looking for deals on homewares, tech, fashion and, well, just about everything, and it isn’t shy about participating in regular sales, like Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

While the official bargains haven't been announced yet, if this year’s Black Friday is anything to go by (Amazon had sales on everything from Kindles and speakers to video games and clothes and was offering new deals every five or so minutes) then this year’s post-Christmas Amazon sale is going to go gangbusters - especially now that Australian shoppers can take part.

What brands will be included in Amazon's Boxing Day sale?

  • Fitbit
  • Sonos
  • Nintendo
  • Ubisoft
  • Puma
  • Casio
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • EA
  • Hasbro
  • Play-doh
  • Mattel

What Australian Amazon Boxing Day sales and promo codes will there be?

Amazon has only just launched in Australia, so deals weren't easily available to an Australian audience. However, last year Amazon UK did release a Boxing Day sale which started at 4pm on Christmas Day (yes, they started early) so while the store hasn’t yet released its Boxing Day deals you’ll likely get wind of them the day before. Want to be reminded of the sales when they happen?

What products are usually on sale during Boxing Day and how good are the sales?

Amazon has officially announced that there will be discounts of up to 40% on a huge range of products plus free delivery on orders $49 or more. Here are a few things that the company has given away:

  • 40% off select men's, women's and children's clothing
  • 2-for-1 deals on select books, music and DVDs
  • $50 off select Kindle e-readers
  • 10% cashback for any purchase made with a NAB credit card or American Express cards (up to $100)

What are the amazon Australia shipping times to Australia?

Any order that's $49 or above is eligible for free shipping within Australia.

Location Shipping time
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Perth, along with other major cities of, and regional areas of, Victori, New South Wales and South Australia 3-7 days
Remote areas of Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, and Tasmania 7-10 days

What are the Amazon Australia shipping rates?

Any order that's $49 or above is eligible for free shipping within Australia. If you spend less than that, shipping costs anywhere from $5.99 to $19.99, depending on where in Australia you need your items shipped to and how quickly you'd like to receive them.

Delivery Area Expedited Priority
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra $5.99 (2-3 business das) $9.99 (1 business day)
Perth $7.99 (2-3 business days) $11.99 (1-2 business days)
Other cities and regional areas of Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia $7.99 (2-3 business days) $11.99 (1-2 business days)
All other areas in Australia $9.99 (3-7 business days) $19.99 (1-3 business days)

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