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Boxing Day sales, bargains and discounts

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We round up some of the best Boxing Day and post-Christmas deals.

If you've still got the appetite for shopping after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Boxing Day sales are a great opportunity to grab a bargain – and some of these extend beyond the 26th, so you can avoid the worst of the crush.

Even better, you could head online to avoid the crowds completely, as there are some excellent deals available on all sorts of things - some shops are even boosting discounts for online shoppers, so it may be worth making this your first port of call.

Big hitters

Argos won't confirm details of its sales just yet, but deals will go live across its website and app on Christmas Day, so keep an eye out.

Debenhams will cut prices by up to 50% on selected items, and take up to 60% off beds and furniture. Sofas are up to half price, and then at least an additional £150 is slashed from there.

House of Fraser is reducing prices by up to 50% on big brands and up to 70% on selected lines. The online sale begins on Christmas Eve, furniture sale on Christmas Day and in-store sale from Boxing Day. Stores will be open until late on the 26th.

John Lewis will be offering reductions of up to 50% plus some ‘special-buy’ items that offer particularly good value for money such as bundled items. Starts from Christmas Eve online, and then in John Lewis stores from the 27th, with the exception of the Trafford Centre store in Manchester.

Next will be reducing all sale items by 50% or more – the sale begins online on Christmas Eve, and in-store you can find the offers on Boxing Day until they’ve all been sold.

New Look wouldn’t give information on any additional Boxing Day plans but is currently running a sale offering up to 50% off selected items.

Sainsbury's 50% sale begins on Christmas Eve online and in-store.

Superdrug is offering up to 60% off selected items across its beauty, electrical, perfume, cosmetics and skincare ranges.


DFS is in the middle of its Winter Sale, and has Christmas Specials on offer until 6th Jan – you can save up to around half price on these.

Habitat is offering up to 30% off furniture and up to 50% off other categories in its sale, which is already running and will continue until 25th January 2015.

Homebase is not running any specific deals for Boxing Day but you can currently get 60% off bathrooms, kitchen units, furniture and more.

Ikea’s sale began on December 18th and runs until 11th January. You can grab hefty discounts on selected items, plus an extra 10% for Ikea Family members, which is a scheme you can sign up to for free.

Lakeland is offering up to 60% off various kitchenware from early evening on Christmas Eve online and from 27th December in-store, while stocks last.

From Boxing Day, Magnet will cut the price of kitchen cabinets in half. If you spend over £3,500 on kitchen furniture (excluding installation) in the half-price sale you get £500-worth of free upgrades – then receive an extra 10% off.


Amazon has promised its ‘biggest ever’ Boxing Day sale, which will begin on Christmas Day at 4pm. There are currently various ‘Lightning Deals’ available on the site, which offer various items at a discount for a limited period of time each (a few hours) before they are replaced by the next deal.

Halfords.com will be offering an extra 10% off sale prices if you shop online, and with some items already 50% off, you could save yourself a bundle on a bike and accessories.

River Island is offering up to 50% off on party wear and accessories, and this sale will last between two and three weeks depending on its stock levels.

Shoeaholics has slashed the prices of designer shoes by an extra 20% - that sale has already begun.

Steam is in the midst of its Christmas sale which began on December 18th and continues until 6pm on January 2nd. A massive selection of video games are discounted by up to 90%, but you’ll need to register with Steam and install it on your computer in order to use the service (that part is free).

You may find in some cases that deals differ between online and in-store outlets of the same company. This may also depend on location.

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