Boxing Day sales in the USA 2021
From designer clothes to luxury accessories, the USA holds a wealth of items that you can buy for less at this year's Boxing Day Sales.
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In many parts of the world, Boxing Day is the biggest sale day of the year. Shopping centres, big brands and independent retailers all slash their prices to get rid of the year's stock.
While it will never come close to Black Friday in the USA, many USA-based retailers will drop their price tags on the 26th. Be prepared and get in quick, these deals with be worth your while.
Where to shop the Boxing Day sales in US
Not sure where to start? Here are some of the biggest retail names in the US:
For an urban vibe and effortless style, Urban Outfitters delivers. Fashion items for men and women are on trend, up-to-date and youthful. The accessories section is also a great place to find fashionable pieces to suit your look.
Nordstrom is a luxury retailer that stocks hundreds of upscale international brands. By partnering itself with an e-commerce giant, it is also able to deliver all over the world.
Century 21 is a department store that stocks fashion, footwear, bedding, housewares, jewellery, beauty products and electronics. Big-name labels include Fendi, Chloé, Lanvin and Godinger, to name few.
Victoria's Secret is America's sexiest label for lingerie, sleepwear, sportswear and more.
Neiman Marcus is an American luxury department store offering an upscale range of homewares, fashion and accessories for men, women and children.
Barneys New York is a permanent fixture in the fashion world of the Big Apple. The department store caters for the whole family with luxury international labels for clothing, shoes, accessories and homewares.
The J. Crew label CEO, Jenna Lyons, is known as "the women who dresses America" for good reason. J. Crew is a US retail powerhouse, producing a huge range of clothing, accessories, shoes and bags.
Design heavyweights like Chloé, Marc Jacobs, Frye, Bottega Veneta, Jimmy Choo, Vera Wang, Balenciaga, Diane Von Furstenburg and Miu Miu all grace the (virtual) shelves at Bluefly. The site set the online fashion world alight when it launched in 1998 and is now a leading online retailer in the US.
According to Bloomingdale's, the store is "America’s only nationwide, upscale, full line department store". Bloomingdale's is the luxury division of Macy’s, selling clothes, shoes, jewellery, accessories and homewares.
Barnes and Noble has long been a family favourite, trading in the joy of reading. Lovers of the written word can also invest in the company’s rival Kindle product, the Nook, and download eBooks instantly from the online store.
Macy’s is a household name which has become the "go-to" place for American families when it comes to fashion, accessories, beauty products and homewares.
The iconic Saks Fifth Avenue is known the world over for its careful selection, mixing classic labels and designs with the freshest looks from the runway.
Sears is a top shopping destination for the festive period. Shop for clothes, accessories, homewares, electronics, exercise wear, outdoor products and more.
Shopping online is a great way to get to the bargains first on Boxing Day. Often, stores will offer online shoppers exclusive deals and promotions. It also means you don’t need to get out of your pyjamas, suffer the carparks or brave the crowds to get your shopping done. Make this Boxing Day a relaxing one by logging on instead.
Use Shopmate to get your US goodies delivered to Australia
If you’ve ever perused the online shelves of USA-based department stores and brands, you’ve probably noticed that many of them require a US postal address. Enter Shopmate: a revolutionary way to shop online. Shopmate provides account holders with a US postal address. This means that your items can be sent to Shopmate’s US warehouse and it will forward your purchases straight to your Australian doorstep. You can shop just like the Americans and rock styles that most other Australians don't have access to. How cool is that?[/fin_tab]
Feature image: Macy's