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JB Hi-Fi Boxing Day sales 2016

Before you hit the shops on Boxing Day check out JB Hi-Fi prices for games, TVs, and electronics.

The Boxing Day sales are just around the corner and that means it's time to start making lists and planning where and when will be the best prices. Whitegoods and electronics such as TVs, audio, computers, and cameras sell like hotcakes on Boxing Day and JB Hi-Fi is a good place to start looking.

The retailer is renowned for their its range and low prices, and is expected to advertise Boxing Day deals any day now. Keep yourself ahead of the curve ball. Read this guide for an


What is JB Hi-Fi?

JB Hi-Fi is a consumer electronics store known for its wide range of products, selection of brand names and low – often heavily discounted – prices. It predominantly stocks cameras, TVs, computers, tablets, home entertainment, CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray, whitegoods, appliances, phones, ipods, games, consoles and gadgets and accessories.


What products were on sale at JB Hi-Fi last Boxing Day (2015)?

Last year on Boxing Day, customers found these deals at JB:

  • 20% off Blu-rays, DVDs, CDs
  • 15% off Sony Vaio computers
  • 10% off Nikon and Canon DSLRs
  • 15% off digital cameras & camcorders
  • 30% off car audio
  • 30% off Sony and Pioneer headphones
  • 30% off Logitech remote controls
  • 30% off Targus and STM bags
  • 30% off Trend Micro Security software
  • 20% off Canon printers
  • 20% off GPS

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Here's some of the best other Boxing Day deals available right now

Rates last updated December 16th, 2017
Store Discount
Florsheim Up to 30% off selected styles
Bed Bath N' Table Up to 60% off site-wide
Kogan Incredible savings on 100s of items
Zaful Boxing Day
Gamiss $10 off orders over $88
DressLily $10 off orders over $88
Speedo Up to 60% off selected swimwear

What products are predicted to go on sale this Boxing Day?

JB Hi-Fi regularly refreshes its stock and discounts older models to make way for new products. The annual Boxing Day sales typically see the prices discounted even further. For a sure-fire bargain, think consumer electronics such as cameras, computers, tablets and phones. These items are updated annually and older models are put on sale to encourage purchases. It's a win-win.

Last year headphones, digital cameras, computers and audio equipment were discounted heavily and this year customers can expect the same. If you’ve had your eye on a new digital camera or an upgraded handset all year, now is the time to buy.


Is it worth waiting until Boxing Day to buy electronics from JB Hi-Fi?

Savvy shoppers compare prices before they buy, any time of the year. To prepare for the Boxing Day sales research online to see how much your wanted item is going for. If you see it on a good price before Christmas by all means snap it up. Stocks may be limited.

On the other hand, sometimes waiting one more day makes a big difference. JB Hi-Fi advertises Boxing Day sale prices around Christmas so keep your eyes peeled or check back with us for updates.


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What are JB Hi-Fi’s Christmas opening hours?

Jb Hi-Fi will stay open during the Christmas period but trading hours vary depending on the location.

Some stores in major shopping destinations will open early until late while other stores will be closed.

Of course, shopping online in Boxing Day is also an option. You will be able to find many of the same prices advertised online as in-store and you can avoid the crowds.

Online purchases can be shipped to your door or picked up from the nearest JB Hi-Fi store at your convenience.


What other electronics stores have Boxing Day sales?

Compare prices from the major retailers to find the best deal on the item you are looking for. If you’re looking for a tech or electronic item such as a camera, a hifi system or a computer look at Sony, eGlobal, Digital World International (DWI) and Microsoft. David Jones typically offers savings on kitchen appliances and electronics. Expect money off tech accessories at David Jones and Macintosh Addict.

In 2014 David Jones offered 60% off storewide and Digital World International (DWI) sold cameras and accessories at 40% off the rrp. Sony offered 30% off select headphones and 25% off Walkmans while ozgameshop had up to 75% off clearance items.

We all still have to wait for the major retailers to announce their Boxing Day deals but if you are eager to start now (or still have some Christmas shopping to take care of) the pre-Christmas sales are still going strong.

Here are some of the deals you can pick up before Christmas:

David Jones: $190 off Electrolux washing machines, $260 off Westinghouse French Door Fridges, $1999 off Samsung French Door Fridges, $200 off Breville espresso machines.

eGlobal: $150 off B&O BeoPlay H6 Over-Ear Headphones, $330 off Sony Cybershot DSC RX100 digital cameras, $329 off Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

Microsoft: Cashback offers on Office, $100 off XBOX One + Kinect and deals on games and tablets.


Best Boxing Day deals for electronics and entertainment

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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