The best Australian Boxing day 2017 sales and deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have come and gone, but those are most definitely not the last sales of the year. There’s Boxing Day sales to look forward to – the biggest shopping day of the year in Australia.

Practically every store has a sale going on this day, but if you aren’t keen on wading through the crowds to get to the bargains in brick-and-mortar stores, finding a great deal online is the next best way to participate in the sales and save big.

The Australian TechRadar team will be here to help. We’ll list all the best Boxing Day (and Week) deals on all the popular products from all the reliable retailers, making it easy for you to find your way to the best prices for all the hottest tech and gear.

So if you want to pick up a bargain, stick with us!

What kind of deals can you expect on Boxing Day

Some of Australia’s biggest retailers will most definitely be offering up some amazing discounts on their products.

Microsoft and Sony Australia are sure to serve up some excellent discounts, so expect some enticing bargains on Xbox One bundles, 4K TVs and mirrorless cameras, to name a few.

Last year we saw JB Hi-Fi host an End of Year Madness sale, with heaps of discounts across a range of products, including TVs, headphones, computers and much more.

Lenovo and Dell will not be left behind either. You can expect to save plenty on PC desktops, laptops and 2-in-1 hybrids from both manufacturers.

With Harvey Norman, you could snag yourself a great PS4 bundle with ample savings, or even get yourself a camera, like a GoPro, for cheaper than usual.

David Jones and Myer will also have their big sales going on Boxing Day, so prepare to score a premium tech product for less.

EB Games and The Gamesmen also had Boxing Day sales last year that saw a huge variety of bestselling games, consoles and accessories go on sale.

So whether you’re looking to save money on a new computer, gaming gear or smart home tech, we’ll be here to help you navigate through the frenzy that is the Boxing Day sales in Australia.