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Personal_Finance / Shopping Dec 25, 2014 - 02:20 PM GMT

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Personal_Finance

Its mid-day Christmas day but already millions of shoppers thoughts are turning towards joining in on the Boxing days sales frenzy discounting bonanza, where the likes of retailers such as NEXT (6am) and Debenhams (7am) open their doors to the public. Just remember a cold snap is forecast for much of the UK tomorrow so be careful on the roads out there, especially by the evening and try not to get too caught up by shopping mania and over spend.


SALES Starting Christmas Day - Thursday 25th Dec

  • Amazon - From 4pm - Approx 30% off, upto 70%

SALES Starting Boxing Day - Friday 26th Dec

  • Argos in store sale upto 70% off
  • Apple - free gifts.
  • Asda - until mid Jan.
  • Banana Republic
  • Body Shop
  • Boots
  • Debenhams - Starts 7am.
  • Dorothy Perkins
  • Ebay
  • French Connection
  • John Lewis 50% off sale - In selected stores from 9.30am
  • Habitat
  • Harvey Nichols
  • Harrods from 8.30am
  • Homebase
  • House of Fraser - starts 8am
  • Liberty
  • Matalan
  • Marks and Spencer - 8am.
  • Monsoon - At least 30% off
  • New Look - 60% off.
  • NEXT Upto 50% off - Starts 6am
  • PC World / Curry's
  • Next - In store starts 6am.
  • River Island - 9am
  • Selfridges - upto 60% off , 7am online, 9am in store.
  • Toys R Us
  • Top Shop - 8am
SALES Starting Saturday 27th Dec
  • John Lewis - In store 8am.

SALES that started Online Christmas Eve - Wednesday 24th Dec

  • Argos - Extends and expands Discounts to 75% off, online from midnight .
  • Boots - online only
  • B&Q
  • John Lewis 50% off sale - Online only from 5pm
  • Halfords - Online only.
  • Homebase - Online only - 60% off.
  • Harrods - Online only from 6pm
  • Harvey Nichols - Online
  • Debenhams - Online only at Midnight.
  • House of Fraser - Online only from 12pm
  • Marks and Spencer Online from 5pm
  • Matalan - online only
  • NEXT - Online only from 3pm
  • New Look - online only - 60% off.
  • PC World / Curry's - Online only from 7pm
  • Toys R Us - online only.

Check Market Oracle latest articles for updates.

SALES ALREADY Underway as of Wednesday 24th Dec 2014

Expect the shops to be once more full to bursting point today as people conduct their last minute Christmas Eve shops. The following is a list of in-store and online sales (unless otherwise indicated) for at least 30% off with many retailers advertising sales of typically upto 50% off. Though in my opinion the REAL sales only begin ONLINE later today (Christmas Eve) and then continue into early January. So whilst do enjoy this mornings shopping spree, but do bare in mind that these are still NOT the real sales.

  • Asos - online sale only - Upto 50% off
  • Argos upto 60% off on Toys
  • BHS - Upto 50% off
  • Boden - Online only - Upto 50% off
  • Clarks - Upto 50% off
  • Dorothy Perkins - Upto 50% off
  • Debenhams - Very Limited - Upto 50% off
  • GAP - 60%
  • Habitat - Limited products upto 50% off
  • House of Fraser - Flash 12 Hour Sales - Limited - Upto 40% off
  • Homebase - Limited - Upto 50% off
  • H&M - Upto 70% off
  • IKEA
  • Laura Ashley - Upto 50% off
  • Miss Selfridges - Upto 70% off
  • New Look - Upto 60% off
  • Next Clearance Sale on selected items Upto 50% off
  • Office - Upto 50% off
  • Oasis - Upto 50% off
  • Reiss - Upto 50% off
  • River Island - Upto 70% off
  • Sainbury's
  • Sports Direct - Upto 90% off
  • TK Maxx
  • Toys R Us
  • Top Shop - Upto 80% off
  • Very.co.uk - Upto 70% off
  • WH Smith

SALES Tips

  • Compare prices on your internet smartphone before buying.
  • The biggest reductions come towards the end of the sales season, i.e. Christmas stock can go from 33% off to 50% off to 70% off to 80% off over the week after Christmas.
  • Use a cash back credit card such as Capital One Circle to earn cash back.
  • Make a list of items that you really need to prevent buying of junk.
  • Look for discount vouchers in newspapers.
  • Look for discounts vouchers online, many sites and app's have sprung up over the year.
  • Set yourself a budget and don't go over it.
  • Don't get into debt, there is no point saving 25% in the sales then paying 25% and beyond interest on purchases during 2014!
  • And the best discounts can be found on Ebay during January as people offload unwanted gifts and purchases to pay down Christmas debt.

By Nadeem Walayat

http://www.marketoracle.co.uk

Copyright © 2005-2014 Marketoracle.co.uk (Market Oracle Ltd). All rights reserved.

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