Boxing Day Sales in Brisbane 2016

Information verified correct on December 8th, 2016

Boxing Day sales are an opportunity for all Brisbanites to get a bargain. Follow this guide and save this holiday break.

Boxing Day is a time of relaxation for all Australians except shoppers. Everyone who fancies him or herself a spending thrift knows that Boxing Day is the best day for shoppers to get out of bed early and get some great value for money.grab some great products at great prices.

If you plan to spend the day after Christmas sifting through sales—whether online or in person—here's what you can expect to find discounted, where you can shop both physically and online and some tips to make the most of bargains and spend within your budget.

Where are the Boxing Day sales in Brisbane?

If you're going to shop at physical stores in Brisbane here are some of the more popular locations to go do it. If you're planning a cyber shopping spree this Boxing Day scroll down and we'll list some retailers you definitely won't want to miss out on.


Queen Street Mall

One of the most well known shopping areas in Brisbane which happens to be in the heart of the city. Stores include Alannah Hill, ALDO, David Jones, Myer, Target, Big W and more.

Trading hours: 9am - 6pm (NB Country Road will be open from 8am-6pm)


Brisbane Arcade

Home to more of the boutique shops, Brisbane Arcade is all about designers and jewellery. Stores include Pandora, The Little Black Dress Shop, House of Dower and Brisbane Vintage Watches.

Trading hours: 10am - 4pm


Westfield Chermside

Queensland's largest shopping centre will be open on Boxing Day. Big W, Target, David Jones, Kmart, Coles, Myer and many more retailers will be open and selling their discounted wares.

Trading hours: 9am - 6pm


Westfield Carindale

Carindale will be open for business on Boxing Day. Much like the other shopping centres open Carindale features David Jones and Myer, as well as Rebel, Apple, Bardot, Big W, Bose, Liquorland, Lorna Jane, Napoleon Perdis, Nike and more.

Trading hours: 9am - 6pm


Westfield's North Lakes, Garden City, Helensvale

So many Westfields, so many sales.

Trading hours (for all): 9am - 6pm


Strathpine Centre

Trading hours: 9am - 5pm

Here are some of our best sales and deals available now:

Rates last updated December 8th, 2016
Store Discount
Accor Hotels Get free breakfast at Australia hotels
Ibis 25% off ibis hotels in the UK and Ireland
Microsoft - Deals Save up to $150 on Xbox One consoles
Deals Direct Save up to 80% off in the Boxing Day Sale
StrawberryNET Get up to 85% off beauty products
Big W 2-Days Only Boxing Day Sale: Up to 60% off
Kathmandu Big Boxing Day Sale
Kogan Boxing Day Sale up to 31% off TVs & More
Microsoft Store Xbox One Refurbished now from just $299
Microsoft Store Save up to $249 on Xbox One bundles

Up to 70% off sale

Get up to 70% off at the Princess Polly Boxing Day sale. Sale is still running but get in quick before the best pieces sell out.

Get free breakfast at Australia hotels

Get free breakfast at Australia hotels. Conditions Apply

25% off ibis hotels in the UK and Ireland

Get 25% off ibis hotels in the UK and Ireland. Valid on stays from 5 December until 17 April. Le Club members get an additional 5% off. Conditions Apply

Save up to $150 on Xbox One consoles

Get up to 85% off beauty products

Big Boxing Day Sale

Discounts on items across the store.

Boxing Day Sale up to 31% off TVs & More

Xbox One Refurbished now from just $299

Save up to $249 on Xbox One bundles


Shopping online for Boxing Day bargains

Not everyone has the time, or is game enough to battle Boxing Day crowds for bargains. This is where the internet comes in handy. Online stores don't close, so you can effectively begin your Christmas shopping earlier than anyone else. Like bricks and mortar stores there are plenty of bargains to be found online, with some of the biggest discounts found at larger department stores.

Here are the retailers you should consider checking up on Boxing Day for a bargain.

Styletread
Styletread
Surfstitch
Surfstitch
ASOS
ASOS
Rebel Sport
Rebel Sport
Bonds Outlet
Bonds Outlet
The Iconic
THE ICONIC
Crossroads
Crossroads
Topman
Topman
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What can you hope to buy on Boxing Day in Brisbane?

Boxing Day is a huge event in the shopping calendar. Retailers all the way from small family owned speciality stores to the largest department stores have got a huge amount of leftover stock from the year which they wish to clear out. Anything which is a great gift idea, including specific-Christmas items such as decorations and gift sets, are going to be heavily reduced as retailers will find them hard to shift once Christmas is over.

Here's what you'll typically find is discounted on Boxing Day. Bear in mind that both physical stores and online stores will be bringing their best bargains out for the day, so we've included some illustrative items to get you thinking about what you might be able to nab a discount on.


How to get the most from Boxing Day sales

Boxing Day sales have been the cause of plenty of regret on account of impulse buys over the years. Here's how you can avoid it.

Buy what you need - Write a list of items you need. Then, allocate a budget of what you're willing to pay for these items. Take this list with you if you go shopping and ensure you don't stray from it. This will minimise the risk of you getting conned into buying something you never needed or even wanted.

Consider your payment options - If you're using a credit card keep in mind that some retailers may charge surcharges. Additionally, think about whether or not you'll be able to pay off your purchases before the due date. If not, consider a low rate credit card or a card with a 0% interest promotion. Failing this you might want to consider a balance transfer card.

Check refunds and exchange policies - If you're not sure about an item find out the exchange or return policies before you buy it. This way you can avoid a nasty surprise when you try to get your money back.

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is a journalist, avid traveller and all-round bargain hunter. If there's an online coupon code, deal or cheap flight available, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too.

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8 Responses to Boxing Day Sales in Brisbane 2016

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    Helen | December 26, 2015

    I am looking for a small reverse cycle air conditioners and a soft to medium queen size mattress

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      Stephanie | December 29, 2015

      Hi Helen,

      Thanks for your comment!

      You can find deals on air conditioners at Appliances Online and at Kogan.

      For well-priced queen size mattresses, you might like to browse DealsDirect, Zizo and Crazy Sales.

      Hope this has helped!

      Stephanie

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    yvonne | December 20, 2015

    hello Stephanie, I am looking for a bargain on a 30litre or similar freezer for my daughter, before Christmas or boxing day, in Brisbane area?

    • Staff
      Stephanie | December 21, 2015

      Hi Yvonne,

      Thanks for your question.

      You can buy smaller freezers from Kogan online.

      While Boxing Day sales on appliances haven’t been released yet, you can keep up to date and sign up for our Boxing Day sale alerts here: https://www.finder.com.au/boxing-day-sales

      Hope this has helped,

      Stephanie

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    Syl | November 28, 2015

    Hi!
    I’m looking for places where i will the best sale for books either pre X-mas of Boxing day, I’m after some not well known series I will list them down:
    Chronicles of the Invaders 01: Conquest
    Chronicles of the Invaders 02: Empire
    Poison Study
    Magic Study
    Fire Study
    Shadow Study
    Storm Glass
    Sea Glass
    Spy Glass
    Graceling
    Daughter of Smoke and Bone
    Days of Blood and Starlight

    • Staff
      Stephanie | November 30, 2015

      Hi Syl,

      Thanks for your question.

      The best sites and deals to buy books online can be found here: https://www.finder.com.au/buy-books-online-australia

      Until the end of November, Book Depository is having a 10% off sale with our code. I’ve had a look and they stock the titles you are after. They also offer free shipping worldwide.

      Hope this has helped,

      Stephanie

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    roger | November 23, 2015

    I’m looking for the best sale in Brisbane on outdoor furniture either on line or at store pre Xmas or Boxing Day.
    I’m after 2 comfortable outdoor chairs with matching coffee type table and 2 outdoor pots with artificial plants as I work overseas.
    Any suggestions?

    • Staff
      Stephanie | November 24, 2015

      Hi Roger,

      Thanks for your question.

      You can find a list of online stores that sell furniture online here. This article also outlines some of the current deals each has at the moment. We constantly update this page with all the best furniture deals online, so if you don’t see anything that you like at the moment, be sure to check again in a few days as there may be a new sale or deal on.

      I hope this has helped,

      Stephanie

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