Best Boxing Day sales as shops launch up to 70% off in discount bonanza including B&M, Next, Argos and Currys
BARGAIN hunters can get major discounts as shops launch their Boxing Day sales.
There are huge discounts on everything from clothes and homeware to beauty and tech.
Shoppers could already bag deals at Currys, Superdrug and Next EARLY as they started discounting items on Christmas Eve.
And others already cut prices by up to 70% days before Christmas, including Boots and John Lewis.
Now stores like Argos, Asos, B&M and Dunelm have revealed their post-Christmas discounts with up to 70% off.
The Boxing Day sales have traditionally been the biggest day of the year in the UK retail calendar.
But many shops have announced plans to remain closed on December 26 to give staff a break.
Aldi, Morrisons and M&S are among the businesses that have confirmed they will be closed the day after Christmas.
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But some shops that are closed on Boxing Day may still be doing discounts online.
You might have to pay for delivery on top of your order if you buy online and remember to compare prices before you buy anything in the sale.
Just because it has a sale tag doesn't mean it's the best deal, so check prices elsewhere first.
You should only make a purchase if you were already planning to buy something, otherwise it's not really a saving.
Here are some of the best deals we've spotted in the Boxing Day sales.
There's up to 50% off at the homeware store, ranging from rugs cushions and other soft furnishings, to furniture and kitchen items.
We spotted this Gisela Storage Footstool in grey reduced from £50 to £25, available in stores and online.
There's also an on-trend hexagon mirror reduced from £25 to £12.50 that's received more than 200 five star reviews.
We couldn't spot this type of footstool or mirror cheaper elsewhere online, but remember you'll have to pay delivery if you buy on the Dunelm website.
That costs from £3.95, but you can also check if your local store has it by entering your postcode.
Asos is doing as much as 70% off clothes and accessories for men and women in its Boxing Day sale.
This cute and useful Dune crossbody bag in cream or light green is discounted by a whopping 71% and is now priced at just £19.
That's a £43 saving on the usual £60 price tag and we couldn't find it cheaper at any other shop online.
As Asos is an online only shop you'll have to pay for delivery which starts from around £4.
Bargain face B&M has a sale on across electricals, furniture and other household goods.
This one's in-store only as B&M doesn't have a website you can order from online.
But you can check out what items are discounted before you head there and search your postcode to see if the item is in stock at your local store.
We spotted this Black & Decker Steam Mop reduced from £59 to £35, perfect for clearing up after Christmas.
Argos is doing up to half price in its Boxing Day sale including homeware, jewellery and furniture.
We spotted this dumbell set reduced from £25 to £12.50 – half price – perfect if you're planning a fitness resolution this new year.
The sale is available online and in stores and for home delivery you'll pay from £3.95, or you can collect at in stores for free.
Already offering well-priced clothes and home products, you'll find even bigger bargains during Matalan's Boxing Day sale.
There's up to 50% off online and in stores, like this Gold Foil V-Neck Mini Dress which could add some sparkle to you new year celebrations.
It's half price, reduced from £18 to just £9 and you can get click and collect to your local store for free.
Home delivery costs from £3.95 or is free on orders over £40 unless you have large items.
Currys has slashed the price of TVs, laptops and tablets as well as home items such as washing machines and vacuum cleaners.
You can pick up a Amazon Fire tablet for £90, a saving of £60, or a Shark vacuum cleaner for £179 – a £170 saving.
It also has tellys on sale, including this JVC 39 inch smart TV with £100 off making it only £229
Currys offers home delivery for free, which takes five to seven days, or you can pay £10 for a named-day drop off.
The deadline for delivery in time for Christmas has now passed but you can still collect in store.
Superdrug's big early Boxing Day sale went live online on Xmas Eve – but is now in stores today (December 26).
We spotted big discounts across its beauty ranges, including a set of Real Techniques brushes for £20, down from £60.
The high street chemist is also selling a Sanctuary bath kit for half price at £10and discounted fragrances.
You can order to collect in store for free if buying online. Standard delivery takes four to five days and costs £3, with discounts available for members.
Marks & Spencer
M&S cut prices across clothing, shoes and homeware online on Xmas Eve too, but the sale won't be in store until December 27 as it is closed on Boxing Day.
We spotted this reusable water bottle with a £10 saving, reduced to just £5, and a set of two pairs of boys PJs for £17, with a £7 reduction.
Standard delivery fees start at £3.50, or £4.99 for next day drop off.
Next's highly anticipated sale kicked off online on Xmas Eve.
We spotted a glam looking eyeshadow pallet from Smashbox reduced from £40 to £28.
Next's standard delivery fees start at £3.99.
Unlike previous years, the sale won't launch in stores on Boxing Day today though.
Instead, the high street retailer is preparing to host its sale in shops the day after Boxing Day.
Because Next stores are shut on Boxing Day, in-store offers will only be available from December 27, meaning bargain-hunters will have to wait a little longer.
A Next spokesperson told us: "Our Sale starts online on Friday December 24 and our in-store sales starts on Monday December 27 at 6am, in the majority of our UK stores."
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