Christmas Eve Online Sales 2016, Boxing Day High Street Sales Full ListPersonal_Finance / Shopping Dec 24, 2016 - 03:48 PM GMT
Britain's Christmas high street sales frenzy is about to reach maximum intensity on Boxing day whilst most major retailers such as Next and PC World / Curry's will start their sales online on Christmas Eve so as to maximise profits from the the army of point and click armchair shoppers. Here is a comprehensive list of sales starting today, Christmas Eve and continuing into the high streets on Boxing day as well as those already well underway.
The REAL SALES Starting Christmas Eve - Saturday 24th Dec
- Amazon - Boxing day deals of the week from 4pm
- Apple - Online
- Argos - Extends and expands Discounts to 50% off online from 7pm .
- Asda - online
- Boots - online only
- Debenhams - Online only at Midnight.
- Halfords - Online only.
- Homebase - Online only - 60% off.
- Harrods - Online only from 6pm
- Harvey Nichols - Online
- John Lewis 50% off online from 8pm
- 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.
SALES Starting Christmas Day - Sunday 25th Dec
- Amazon DAILY Boxing Day Sale starts 4pm
SALES Starting Boxing Day - Monday 26th Dec
- Argos - In store sale upto 60% off.
- Asda - until mid Jan.
- Banana Republic
- Body Shop
- Debenhams - Starts 7am.
- Dorothy Perkins
- French Connection
- John Lewis 50% off sale - In selected stores from 9.30am
- Halfords - In Store.
- Harvey Nichols
- Harrods from 10am
- House of Fraser - starts 8am
- Monsoon - At least 30% off
- New Look - 60% off.
- PC World / Curry's
- River Island
- Next - In store starts 6am.
- Selfridges - 9am
- Tesco Direct - Upto 50% off
- Thorntons - Upto 60% off
- Top Man
- Toys R Us
- John Lewis - In store
SALES ALREADY IN PROGRESS
Expect the shops to be once more near full to bursting point today as the sales appear to come a day earlier each year for it was not so long ago that the first date of the sales was on Boxing Day, 26th December, whilst this year the starting gun was fired for many stores on Saturday 17th December in retailers desperate attempts to keep pace with the online stores such as Amazon.
The following is a list of in-store and online sales already underway or starting early this week (Mon/Tues) for at least 30% off with many retailers advertising sales of typically upto 50% off. Though in my opinion the REAL sales will only begin ONLINE on Christmas Eve and then continue into early January. So whilst enjoying your early week shopping spree, do bare in mind that in most cases the REAL sales will have yet to begin!
- Asos - Upto 50% off
- BHS - Upto 50% off on clearance items.
- Boden - Online only - Upto 50% off
- Clarks - Upto 60% off
- Dorothy Perkins - Upto 50% off
- Debenhams - Very Limited - Upto 50% off
- F&F - Upto 50% off
- GAP - 60%
- Habitat - Limited products upto 50% off
- House of Fraser - Limited - Upto 50% off
- Homebase - Limited - Upto 50% off
- H&M - Upto 50% off
- IKEA - In store only - limited.
- Laura Ashley - Upto 50% off
- New Look - Upto 60% off - Limited
- NEXT Clearance Sale on selected items Upto 50% off
- Office - Upto 50% off
- Oasis - Upto 50% off
- Reiss - Upto 50% off
- River Island - Upto 50% off (online)
- Sports Direct - Upto 80% off - Up from the usual 70% marketing. Also get a £5 voucher if click and collect.
- Miss Selfridges - Upto 50% off
- Top Shop - Upto 30% off
- The Entertainer - Upto 75% off
- TK Maxx Upto 80% on clearance items.
- Toys R Us - Upto 50% off.
- Very.co.uk - Upto 70% off from 10pm tonight.
- WH Smith - Upto 50% off on selected items.
Ensure to check back for regular updates.
- 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 cards such as AmEx 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 for which there are many sites and app's.
- 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 2016!
- And the best discounts can be found on Ebay during January as people offload unwanted gifts and purchases to pay down Christmas debt.
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