The best tech Boxing Day sales 2016

Brodie Fogg 26 December 2016 NEWS


Did someone buy you socks for Christmas when you clearly asked for an Xbox One? We've got you covered with the best deals on gadgets and tech this Boxing Day.

Christmas is a time for giving, whereas Boxing Day is a day to go nuts and spend all your Christmas money on gadgets, games and more. Every year retailers like Microsoft, Samsung and Kogan wake up extra early the day after Christmas and take an axe to their prices. As most who have experienced the Boxing Day rush know, shopping centres are hell on the 26th of December.

Christmas should be the one time of the year we put up our feet and relax, so why put yourself through such a strenuous ordeal when all the best deals are online anyway?

To save you the trouble, we've round up the very best tech and gadget Boxing Day sales from around Australia.

Top tech Boxing Day Deals

  • Dell: Up to $1,000 off Alienware gaming products
  • Microsoft: Up to $100 Off Xbox One consoles
  • Lenovo: Up to 60% off
  • Samsung: 15% off storewide
  • Kogan: Up to 31% off TVs and more
  • More Boxing Day sales

Microsoft Store

  • $400 Off Select Windows 10 laptops & Surface
  • Buy a Surface 3 + Free Type Cover ($179.99 value)
  • 60% off select Xbox games
  • Up to $100 Off Xbox One consoles
  • 35% off Xbox accessories
  • 30% off Sleeves & Bags
  • 30% off PC accessories
  • Save up to $249 on Xbox One bundles
  • 20% off phone accessories
  • 20% off Bose audio
  • More Microsoft Boxing Day Sales




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