The Boxing Day sales 2017 have officially started

Mia Steiber 26 December 2017

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If you're hunting for all the deals, no sweat. We've rounded them up for you.

Boxing Day is one of the biggest sale events in Australia - if not THE biggest. Every year thousands of Aussie flock to the stores and more and more head online to snap up the clearance items and total bargains at the official start of the post Christmas sale period. If you're looking to see the online Boxing Day sales and discounts all in one place, you'll be happy to know that finder has rounded up hundred of online deals for this Boxing Day. You can see them all on the finder Boxing Day sales page where you can search and compare.

It's not uncommon for retailers to slash prices by 60%, sometimes even more and it's a tradition for many Aussies to hold off on any big purchases until this day - the sales are just that good. And since the sales are some of the best you'll see all year, the crowds can be difficult for some to deal with. So Australia is certainly seeing many shoppers move online to access the sales from the comfort of their homes.

Although traditionally many of the best deals and bargains were found in store, these days you can certainly see that some of the best savings are found in the online sales. This year THE ICONIC is offering a huge 50% off selected item. Nike online has 30% off the clearance section. Bobbi Brown, Estee Lauder and Clinique have all slashed their gift sets by 30%. And the big department stores, Myer and David Jones have epic online deals too with 50% off some categories. So there are definitely some incredible saving to be had if you choose to shop online.

To see all these sales plus loads more online deals head to the finder Boxing Day sales page.

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