Still got some money left over after Black Friday and Christmas? Then the Boxing Day sales are your next big opportunity to grab a bargain. We'll be updating this page with fresh deals regularly, so keep checking back.
Amazon Boxing Day Sale
Amazon's Boxing Day deals page invariably includes a mixture of time-limited and non-time limited deals, rather like its Black Friday offerings. Of course, its deals have already begun on Christmas Day, because there's nothing quite like shopping to raise spirits.
Today, you can save £40 on the British Gas Hive smart thermostat, which is down to just £129. That's a pretty great deal on a bit of tech that should hopefully save you money in the long run.
Far more Boxing Day-y is the Denon Envaya portable Bluetooth speaker for £63, which represents a saving of 36 percent. That one runs until New Year's Day. Click here for that particular deal.
Here are a few more deals worth looking at:
£30 saving on the Kindle Paperwhite which is now £79
Currys & PC World Boxing Day Sale
Currys has some of the best Boxing Day deals this year. Its deals page is worth checking out, but here are some of the highlights:
Currys has a couple of stand out deals on Macs, including a great one on the MacBook Pro:
£110 off a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro – We gave this laptop 10/10 earlier this year and £889 is an outstanding deal
£80 off the 13-inch MacBook Air – Still a good deal at £769, though this model is due an update now
Other good deals include:
£130 off the Dyson V6 Total Clean – Great deal on a version of our Vacuum Cleaner of the Year, which is a steal at £299.
Up to 30% off all TVs over £1,000 – Some potentially great deals here, but be wary as real saving may not be as enormous as it initially seems. Price compare first to verify.
eBay Boxing Day Sale
eBay has a sales page that pulls in deals and special seller offers. It's sometimes a little hard to sift through and find the good stuff, but here are some we've found so far:
£179 for refurbed iPad 3 – Not new, but a good price for a 3rd-gen iPad from the Tesco Outlet store
iPad Pro for £639 – A modest saving from the £679 list price
John Lewis Boxing Day Sale
John Lewis has some of the better deals, including one particularly good one on an iPhone...
Argos Boxing Day Sale
Carphone Warehouse Boxing Day Sale
Last year proved a little disappointing for Boxing Day offers at the UK's biggest high street smartphone retailer, but we're going to check in on it this year anyway. We're not totally sold on its deals this year either, but check the sales page and judge for yourself. Here are the ones we've spotted so far:
How can I avoid bad Boxing Day deals?
Your smartphone is your friend here – a good price comparison and barcode scanner app will save you a bunch of time and money. We'd recommend ShopSavvy from the ones we tried – it's available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Idealo and Price Runner are also worth considering, not to mention good old Google search. Avoid RedLaser as it's owned by eBay and shows only eBay prices, which isn't helpful at all.
If you're on a laptop, or don't mind navigating its non-mobile optimised website, Amazon price tracker CamelCamelCamel is a great way to check exactly how good a deal is. It tracks price changes on products over time, making it easier to see if that 'down from' claim is really accurate or not.
Spotted an awesome deal? Please leave a comment and to share with the team. If we like it, we'll add it to the list.