Best Boxing Day tech deals 2018

Posted: 26 December 2018 7:51 am News

Put those Christmas gift cards to good use by saving big on top-of-the-line technology.

From TVs and tablets to smartphones and smart speakers, we Aussies love our tech. It's too bad, then, that the fanciest gadgets also tend to cost a small fortune, with top-of-the-line OLED TVs and Apple's latest iPhones fetching well over $1,000. Thankfully, you don't need to spend that much this Boxing Day, with plenty of Australian retailers slashing prices on the latest tech from big-name brands like Bose, Nokia and more.

Whether you're stocked up on Christmas gift cards or you just want to treat yourself to the Xmas gift you didn't receive, Boxing Day is an excellent time to score a deal on all things tech. We've rounded up some of our top picks below, including a $100 off Xbox One console bundles at Microsoft Store and 20% off all Nokia smartphones at JB Hi-Fi:

Top tech deals for Boxing Day 2018

  • Amazon AU: Save 50% or more on select video games and accessories
  • Microsoft Store: Save $100 on Xbox One S and Xbox One X bundles
  • Dell: Save up to 40% on monitors, gaming laptops and small business technology
  • eBay: 20% off select tech retailers using code 'PLUGIT20'
  • Newegg: Save 20% or more on PCs and computer components
  • JBL Australia: 26% off full-priced headphones using code 'LATEXMAS'
  • Lenovo: Up to 50% off selected PCs and laptops
  • Target Australia: 25% off Sandisk memory cards
  • Kogan: 25% off Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy Note9
  • Amazon AU: Save 25% on laptops and PCs from ASUS, Acer, HP and more
  • Microsoft Store: Save up to 20% on select Bose audio
  • JB Hi-Fi: 20% off Nokia phones

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