Boxing Day sales at EB Games and elsewhere for 2017

Brodie Fogg 22 December 2017 NEWS

eb-games-boxing-dayAustralia's biggest video game retailer, EB Games is sure to go all out this Boxing Day, but it's not your only option for Boxing Day sales on games, consoles and accessories.

EB Games is famous for its countless bargains and over-the-top sale signage that can be seen from space* (*not fact).

EB Games seem to be dishing out bargains all year round, and Boxing Day is no exception. Expect there to be lines as far as the eye can see post-Christmas, all queuing to catch a steal on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. We're here to help you avoid the stuffy shopping centres this festive season by scouting out the best deals from EB games and elsewhere that you can score from the comfort of your lounge.

UPDATE 26/12/2017: EB games has revealed its Boxing Day sales for 2017 with some huge discounts on games, and Xbox One consoles with a few light discounts on Nintendo Switch.

Boxing Day sales 2017: EB Games

  • 1TB PlayStation 4 + 2 games + 2 controllers $519
  • 500GB Xbox One S + 2 games $279
  • Nintendo Switch + Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle $489
  • Nintendo Switch + 2 amiibo $469
  • Xbox One controllers $77 each
  • New release games for $47
  • 50% off Zing pop culture merchandise

Boxing Day deals from around Australia

$559.95 Go 4K with PlayStation 4 Pro

$559.95 Go 4K with PlayStation 4 Pro from Sony

PlayStation 4 Pro comes with 1TB of storage and a wireless controller.

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$509.95: PlayStation 4 Slim

$509.95: PlayStation 4 Slim from Sony

The same PS4 you know and love, but smaller. Comes with 1TB of storage and a Dualshock 4 Wireless controller.

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AU$399.00 Xbox One S Sea of Thieves (1TB)

AU$399.00 Xbox One S Sea of Thieves (1TB) from Microsoft Store

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AU$399.00 Xbox One S Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels (1TB)

AU$399.00 Xbox One S Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels (1TB) from Microsoft Store

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AU$399.00 Xbox One S Battlefield 1 (1TB)

AU$399.00 Xbox One S Battlefield 1 (1TB) from Microsoft Store

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AU$399.00 Xbox One S Halo Wars 2 (1TB)

AU$399.00 Xbox One S Halo Wars 2 (1TB) from Microsoft Store

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$63.49: Uncharted 4 A Thief's End Special Edition

$63.49: Uncharted 4 A Thief's End Special Edition from ozgameshop.com

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Over 50 PS4 games under $30

Over 50 PS4 games under $30 from ozgameshop.com

Ozgameshop is currently selling over 200 PS4 games for under $30, including Batman: A Telltale Adventure, Shadow of Mordor and Dying Light: The Following.

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Click to buy Gears of War 4 for Xbox One

Click to buy Gears of War 4 for Xbox One from ozgameshop.com

Become a part of the rescue mission with JD Fenix and discover the source of a monstrous new enemy.

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Click to buy Forza Horizon 3 for Xbox One

Click to buy Forza Horizon 3 for Xbox One from ozgameshop.com

The coast of Australia is your playground. Smash through red post boxes, tin sheds and narrowly avoid roos with Forza Horizon 3.

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Recore for Xbox One

Recore for Xbox One from Microsoft Store

Lead a ragtag gang of robots to save mankind from destruction in this Xbox exclusive from Keiji Inafune.

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Xbox One games for below $30

Xbox One games for below $30 from ozgameshop.com

Choose from over 140 Xbox One games available for under $30, including AAA titles like Mortal Kombat XL, Batman Arkham Knight, Lego Avengers, Darksiders: Warmastered Edition and more.

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Shopping tips: EB Games

  • Remember that EB Games has a limited time returns policy for Christmas. If your gift was purchased after 2 November, you have until 15 January to return it - so long as the product in all in one piece and you have your reciept handy.
  • Trade in old games to save money. If you've got a pile of old games (or even an old iPod or iPhone) sitting under the telly, take them with you and see how much they will offer you. Note: We don't recommend doing this on Boxing Day. Trading in games makes the transaction much longer and you'll face a horde of angry shoppers behind you while you haggle.
  • Check the rating when you're shopping for games. Games are rated by the Australian Classification Board, just like TV and movies, so you can know for sure if the title is age appropriate.If you're not too sure how to check classification, a retail assistant will know if the game is age appropriate.

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