Converse Boxing Day sales 2020

Shop iconic shoes for discounted prices at the Converse Boxing Day sales event.

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This Boxing Day, you can grab yourself a new pair of “Chucks” for a bargain.

Converse is a world-famous shoe and apparel company that was founded in 1908 and purchased by Nike in 2003. The company is responsible for releasing famous shoe lines such as “Chuck Taylor All Star” and “One Star”, as well as its rubber sole and rounded toe designs. Converse also offers collections of clothing, outerwear and accessories, many bearing the brand’s iconic star insignia.

Browse the iconic shoe brand for a classic pair of “Chucks” and other wardrobe essentials with our discount codes this Boxing Day.

Latest Converse Boxing Day deals:

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FREE delivery above €65

Minimum spend of €65 and get free delivery. Exclusions, T&Cs apply.

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Up to 50% off sale

Shop the sale section at Converse and enjoy up to 50% off footwear, clothing and accessories for men, women and kids. T&Cs apply.

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20% off your next purchase

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Popular Converse coupon codes

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7 May 2020 FREE delivery above €65 ********
6 May 2020 Up to 50% off sale ********
5 May 2020 20% off your next purchase ********

What products does Converse sell?

When it comes to innovative and always cool casual footwear styles, Converse has you covered. This brand has become a staple footwear choice on high streets all over the world. The label carries an amazing range of fun and funky colours and prints for kids, teens, men and women. From the classic high tops and low tops to the contemporary platform and boot styles, pick out your perfect Converse fit direct. And this retailer doesn’t stop there. Browse through a great collection of casual clothing and accessories to help keep your wardrobe rotation fresh too.


Shopping online vs shopping in-store

Seeing as Converse doesn’t have any physical stores in Ireland right now, you’ll only be able to shop direct this Boxing Day by shopping online. That’s great news though. We get to skip out on the hustle and bustle of the local high streets and unpredictable Irish weather altogether and shop from our favourite spot on the sofa at our own pace. Win-win.


What will be on sale during the Converse Boxing Day sale?

With the official details still being kept a secret, we’re having to speculate somewhat here. Don’t worry though, we’ve done a little digging and unearthed that in past events, Converse has discounted a diverse selection of styles by up to 65%. Based on this, we’re predicting to see something similarly spectacular to happen on Boxing Day this year too.


What is the Converse returns policy?

With the Converse free returns policy for all orders Ireland-wide, shopping online is completely risk-free. You’ll have 30 days from the date of receipt to arrange your returns collection via UPS. Make sure that all products are returned in original condition with all manufacturer-issued packaging.


Tips and tricks for shopping on Boxing Day

Here are some tips and tricks to help you shop smarter during the 2020 Boxing Day sales:

  • Subscribe to Finder’s newsletter. Sign up to receive our newsletter and we’ll keep you in the loop with all the hottest deals and discounts throughout the 2020 Boxing Day event.
  • Set yourself a budget and stick to it. When you’re planning a sale shopping spree, it’s a good idea to get your finances in order first. Work out an affordable amount to splurge on Boxing Day and make sure you stick to it to avoid getting yourself into any unnecessary debt.
  • Make a list. Before the sales is the best time to spring clean your wardrobe. Get rid of any tired or worn out styles to make room for all the lovely new ones you’re wanting to pick up during the sales. And, as you’re clearing the clutter, note down anything you need to replace, along with any new items you’re wanting to add to your rotation during your sale shopping spree. This will give your shopping spree a goal which will prevent you from walking away from the sales with a pile of things you’ll never wear just because the deals seemed too good to miss out on.
  • Browse in advance. Set some time aside to peruse the current catalogue. Head to the website and add any products of interest to your basket ahead of the sales. This will enable you to clearly see how much you stand to save when the Boxing Day deals land.
  • Apply the coupon. We’re expecting to see a rise in the amount of retailers offering a site-wide discount during the sales this year via the use of a coupon or promo code. If this happens during your Boxing Day spree, make sure you double check that your discount has been properly applied before completing your order to avoid paying full price for products when you shouldn’t have to.
  • Do your research. There are plenty of other retailers out there that stock Converse footwear styles and you aren’t actually guaranteed the best price by shopping direct. Do yourself a favour and check out what discounts competing retailers are offering before completing your order in a bid to avoid any disappointment later on.

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