[Update January 3, 2023: with the arrival of the new year, most Boxing Day sales have ended. There are still a few retailers that have extended their deals, but if you want to keep up to date with the latest sales in 2023, check out what we think are the best Australian tech deals, which gets updated up to three times a week with the bargains currently on the web.]
The year is coming to a close and Boxing Day deals are here to give us one last opportunity to save. The official day itself has arrived, meaning all retailers taking part in Boxing Days sales this year will have rolled out their savings for you to enjoy.
Interestingly we're seeing a lot of offers, particularly from Amazon, that come close to what we saw during Black Friday and Cyber Monday in November, and that's excellent news for bargain hunters.
Sure, these aren't going to be Christmas presents for anyone, but you can always get something for the new year, whether it's to avoid doing the vacuuming yourself (there are excellent discounts on robot vacuum cleaners) or pick up a bunch of games or controllers for cheap to play with mates.
Boxing Day sales 2022: top retailers
- Amazon Australia: deep discounts on hundreds of items
- Apple: typically doesn’t discount it’s own items, but worth keeping an eye on
- Appliance Central: discounts on 4K TVs, OLEDs and QLEDs
- Appliances Online: savings on TVs and home appliances
- Big W: save up to 50% on tech and toys
- Bing Lee: deals on home appliances, personal grooming and heaps more
- Bitdefender: get up to 60% off Bitdefender’s antivirus solutions
- Bose: save on some of the best headphones and soundbars
- Camera House: shop mirrorless, DSLR and compact cameras
- CameraPro: deals on cameras from Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon and Sony
- Dell: save on selected Dell XPS laptops
- DigiDirect: discounts on cameras, lenses and other photography gear
- DJI: up to 40% off right now on select drones and cameras
- Dyson: save on vacuum cleaners, fans and air purifiers
- eBay: massive variety of tech, toys and more on sale
- Ecovacs: discounts on top-rated robot vacuum cleaners
- Green Man Gaming: save on all things gaming
- HP: save up to 40% on HP laptops
- JB Hi-Fi: savings on Apple Watches, TVs, soundbars, laptops and loads more
- Kogan: save on all kinds of items, including tech
- Lenovo: save up to 50% on a range of laptops
- Lovehoney: shop up to 50% off selected items
- Microsoft: save up to AU$555 on Surface Pro 9
- MyDeal: discounts on small kitchen appliances, vacuums and coffee machines
- Myer: save on fashion, homewares, premium tech and more
- Norton Antivirus: save up to AU$110 on Norton antivirus plans
- Rebel Sport: save on Fitbit and Garmin activity trackers
- Samsung: discounts on phones, monitors, fridges and more
- Secretlab: discounts on gaming chairs
- Shaver Shop: save on grooming and personal care products
- The Good Guys: savings on TVs, home appliances and more
Best Boxing Day deals still available
Xbox Series S |
AU$499 AU$429 on Amazon (save AU$70)
If you want to play the latest generation of games for less, the Xbox Series S is a great option. This latest-gen console has jumped back up in price from a low AU$399 (offered back during Boxing Day), though you can still pick up this console for AU$429, netting you a saving of AU$70. While this console doesn’t have a disc drive, when paired with a Xbox Game Pass subscription (not included), you’ll have access to a huge catalogue of games both new and old.
You can pick up this HP Omen with some pretty decent specs for a big saving of AU$1,370. For AU$3,429 you're getting an Intel i7-12700H processor paired with a mighty RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. You'll enjoy smooth graphics thanks to this machine's 165Hz QHD screen and never run out of space with a 1TB SSD.
Apple AirPods (2nd Gen) |
AU$219 AU$179 on Amazon (save AU$40)
While the 3rd-gen model have succeeded the Apple AirPods (2nd Gen), they still offer excellent connectivity, wireless charging and the ability to access Siri. With decent audio quality overall, just note that music can sound a little harsh on these buds at higher frequencies.
Sitting at the top of our best TV guide, this stunning TV got a five-star review, so you can trust you're getting a top notch TV well worth it's price, especially when its on sale. offering outstanding OLED picture quality with immersive Dolby Atmos sound plus a bunch of gamer friendly features, you can currently pick up a saving on this TV across a number sizes.
Discounts available in other sizes:
AU$2,295 AU$1,595 (save AU$700)
AU$2,695 AU$1,920 (save AU$775)
AU$4,295 AU$3,260 (save AU$1,035) on back order
AU$7,995 AU$5,520 (save AU$2,545)
AU$9,995 AU$7,250 (save AU$2,745)
Lighten up your space with this light kit from Nanoleaf. From AU$100 for the 5 panel starter kit or AU$200 for the 9 panel starter kit, you can create a stunning lighting display for your home that offers up a broad spectrum of colours.
Garmin Fenix 6S |
AU$999 AU$499 on Amazon (save AU$500)
While not at its lowest price (AU$454 during Black Friday and just before Boxing Day on Amazon and AU$399 on Bing Lee), there's still a big saving of 50% off the Garmin Fenix 6S. For AU$499, you're getting one of the best multi-sports watches on the market that will help you achieve your new year's fitness goals.
The NeueChair is our #2 pick in our guide to the best office chairs you can buy in Australia. You can currently save AU$60 on this excellent ergonomic chair when you buy directly from Secretlab. We particularly like its breathable mesh back, and you can customise armrest height and angle, lumbar support and backrest tilt.
Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 | from AU$609 (save up to AU$150)
Secretlab’s Titan Evo gaming chairs are up to AU$150 off when you buy directly from the maker. We don’t think it can be beat in terms of customisation, with seat size, upholstery and colour all options you can pick and choose at checkout. And once you get the gaming chair, you can adjust its height, armrest angle, lumbar support and backrest tilt.