Boxing Day, the day following Christmas, is traditionally a holiday celebrated in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth nations as well as a popular day for shopping and saving in the U.S. Boxing Day is the final holiday of the year when retailers from around the globe take a “gloves off” approach to winning the attention of eager end-of-year shoppers. Deals will be plenty, although expect a somewhat diminished selection among popular brands and products.
Here are our top picks for maximum Boxing Day savings
According to the National Retail Federation, U.S. retailers can expect a strong holiday season this year, which is great news – since holiday sales often account for an average 30% of all sales for a retailer. This year eMarketer expects digital sales to surpass 10% of total holiday season revenue with more and more shoppers buying online.
The best deals aren’t only on Black Friday. Cyber Monday has become an online phenomenon. And for good reason.
Last year, Cyber Monday reached $2.28 billion in desktop online spending, up 12 percent versus a year ago, representing the heaviest online spending day in history and the first day of the 2015 season to surpass $2 billion in sales.
By downloading the right smartphone shopping apps, you can do everything from check pricing to tracking down partners on your shopping team if you get separated. Here are some of the most popular shopping apps out there.
Before you download, be certain that you are on the official app and not a fake – particularly if you have an iPhone. Getting scammed at the holidays is the last thing you need!
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