20 best sales on Boxing Day 2017

Posted: 26 December 2017 12:19 am News

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Not sure where to start this Boxing Day? Here are the 20 best deals on today.

Boxing Day is arguably the biggest and best sale event of the year - including Black Friday. Savvy shoppers out for a bargain will find more than their share during this sale of epic proportions.

As Australian increasingly head online to tackle the sales the retailers are responding and now there are more deals online than ever before and the discounts are only getting bigger. In fact, finder looked across all our deals from the last Boxing Day sale and found that across the online sales average discounts last year were at a huge 40%.

This year is shaping up to be just as huge as last year with many retailers hitting shoppers with big clearance sales and sitewide offers. THE ICONIC is offering customer 50% off clearance stock today. Bed Bath 'N Table has a massive up to 60% off clearance. And David Jones has deals in all categories with up to 50% off in some areas.

If you're looking for a good place to start shopping we've rounded up the best of the best. Here are 20 of the best sales on today. Read through and start shopping now before your favourite pieces sell out.

And if you want to see all the sales make sure you head to our Boxing Day sales page.

Top 20 Boxing Day sales

  • eBay - Top retailers on sale.
  • Myer - The Myer Stocktake Sale. 50% off selected brands.
  • THE ICONIC - Up to 50% off clearance.
  • Microsoft Store - Save up to 40% on Bose speakers and headphones.
  • Dell - 40% off consumer laptops.
  • Forever New - Up to 50% off in the sale.
  • Surfstitch - Up to 80% off clearance
  • BNKR - 25% off all full price items.
  • Booktopia - Up to 90% off books.
  • MECCA - 50% off sale beauty buys.

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