The best Boxing Day sales available right now

We're looking to these amazing Boxing Day sales to finish 2019 with some fantastic deals. With Christmas right on top of us and the New Year fast approaching, we've got thousands of products on offer that look likely to drop in price once the gifts have been unwrapped and the turkey's out the oven. 

With more and more retailers offering their Boxing Day sales early this year, there's a great opportunity to grab a hot item you don't think sits under your tree. If you've got your eye on a new laptop, iPad, set of headphones, console, smartwatch, TV, or mobile phone, we've got you covered. We'll be staying on top of all the latest savings in this year's Boxing Day sales so that you can find the perfect gift for yourself once all the excitement's died down. 

We'll be updating this page with new deals as and when they appear, meaning you can rest assured you're always seeing the best price possible on this year's hottest tech products. 

After a record-breaking Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the Christmas and early Boxing Day sales are set to have the best deals we've ever seen, on everything from games consoles to kitchen appliances. 

With not long to go until December 25, you probably won't have time to scour all those sites; that's why we've put together all the best early Boxing Day sales you can find right now, in one handy place. 

Boxing Day sales: quick links

More a fan of browsing through the sales for your own special deals? Well, let us give you a head start. The links below will take you through to a wide range of retailers we're used to seeing get stuck into the Boxing Day sales spirit – and some are already in the midst of Christmas sales (we're looking at you, Amazon and Currys).

The best Boxing Day sales available now

Phone and tablet deals

Wearable deals

Computing deals

Audio deals

Gaming deals

TV deals

Smart home deals

Camera deals

Home deals

The best Boxing Day sales from last year

Not sure what to expect over the Boxing Day sales? Take a look at some of the best Boxing Day deals we spotted last year for a flavour of what's to come – from cheap 4K TVs to incredible MacBook Pro discounts, last year's sales were a fantastic time to find great deals on tech. 

So who's having a Boxing Day sale?

All the big retailers get stuck in to the Boxing Day sales, and as we've mentioned, many are starting to discount their wares well before Christmas, too. 

With so many keen shoppers set to buy online over the Christmas period, it's just too good a chance for them to finish 2019 off with some extra money in the bank. Let's take a look at the big hitters below and what you can nab from each.

When do the Boxing Day sales start?

This might seem like a silly question, but it's really not – early Christmas and Boxing Day deals are already popping up at a number of retailers, well in advance of the official date on Thursday, December 26.

Why have the sales started so early this year? Well, the truth is that they never really ended after Black Friday and Cyber Monday; while we saw a slight drop off in the number of discounts, there have been some brilliant pre-Christmas deals since the start of December as retailers seek to maintain shopper spend – so you can get some genuinely good deals at the moment.

So, chances are, you'll be able to find a cracking deal from today, which is great if you're still shopping for presents. However, we would still expect the deals to peak around Boxing Day, and some retailers will hold out until December to knock down their prices. 

That means it might be best to hang on until at least Christmas Day if you want to find the absolute lowest price out there as well as use up all the gift vouchers you accumulated over the big day.  

When do the January sales start?

Expect an early start here too – although, the January sales haven't been particularly special in recent years. 

Last year, we found that most big retailers launched their sales straight after Christmas, with not many holding back for the traditional January sales. That doesn't mean you won't find any good tech deals after January 1; it's just that most of the biggest discounts will probably be released on Boxing Day. 

These days, January sales are more of a continuation of the remaining Boxing Day deals so you can probably expect to see many stores simply rebrand the sales to 'January sales' the day after Boxing Day on December 27. 

It makes sense when you think about it – given that many workplaces are off until around January 2, retailers are keen to show you the best deals as soon as possible while you've got time off at home rather than try to push deals on you while you're heading back to work or nursing that awful New Year's Day hangover. 

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