Boxing Day tech sales 2020

Because you can never have too much tech in your life.

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On Boxing Day, you can find the latest smartphones, laptops, tablets and accessories for a fraction of their normal cost. Whether you need to replace a cracked phone screen or you just want the latest iPhone or Samsung, Boxing Day sales have got you covered.

If you don’t mind giving your Christmas presents a little late, Boxing Day can also be a great opportunity to save when you buy gadgets for your family and friends. Don’t bother waiting in lines or battling crowds when you can get everything you need shipped right to your door.

Check out our round-up of the best Boxing Day tech sales to find the lowest prices for all your gadgets.

Tech deals you can get right now

GeekBuying GeekBuying
Exclusive

5% off site-wide

Ends

Exclusive
Shutterstock Shutterstock
Limited time only

25% off all videos

Ends

Limited time only
Canon Canon

FREE gifts worth up to $667

Ends

AVG Technologies - SG AVG Technologies - SG

30% off antivirus business edition

Case-Mate Case-Mate

Up to 50% off Apple iPhone cases

Hostgator Hostgator

Free 1 year domain registration

GoPro GoPro

Free SD card

Zavvi Zavvi

Free shipping + exclusive offers + early access

Lenovo Lenovo

Up to $802 off selected ThinkPad + up to 70% off accessories

EZ Buy EZ Buy

Up to 15-80% off different deals

LightInTheBox LightInTheBox

£15 off orders over £100

Ends

Banggood Banggood

Up to 50% off Summer Brands Sale

JBL JBL

$10 off Tune 220 TWS

HP HP

Up to 44% off sprocket printers

AliExpress AliExpress

Up to 40-70% off deals

Lumen5 Lumen5

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Lumen5 Lumen5

FREE trial

LightInTheBox LightInTheBox

Up to 10-70% off deals

Trend Micro Trend Micro

Up to 40% off selected security products

Amazon Amazon

Up to 70% off PC & gaming accessories

DesignCrowd DesignCrowd

Save money & time

DesignCrowd DesignCrowd

Money back guarantee

WP Engine WP Engine

$580 off Scale Plan

WP Engine WP Engine

$60 off Start Up Plan

FatCow FatCow

30-day money-back guarantee

FatCow FatCow

60% off web hosting + FREE domain

Sage Sage

Grow your business

Sage Sage

Award-winning solution for your business

Autodesk Autodesk

FREE trials

Autodesk Autodesk

10% off when you subscribe for 3 years

Autodesk Autodesk

Up to 50% off Fusion 360

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HP HP

SG$200 off Great Singapore Sale

Ends

Canon Canon

Free delivery on orders over $200

Canon Canon

Purchase a camera and get printer for a lower price

Gearbest Gearbest

15% off cellphone accessories

Lenovo Lenovo

Extra 5% off all monitors

Dollardays Dollardays

10% off all orders $100 or more

DHgate DHgate

Up to 50-80% off different deals

Circles.life Circles.life

100GB for $38 + registration fee waived with code

Lenovo Lenovo

Up to 33% off laptops

What to consider when shopping for tech on Boxing Day

Holiday delivery

If you want to avoid the Boxing Day crowds by shopping for deals online, you’ll need to keep in mind that delivery times during the Christmas to New Year period tend to be longer than usual. Many retailers state this explicitly, advising customers to expect delays of days or even weeks beyond the ordinary estimated delivery times when ordering during the holidays. That doesn’t mean your order will be delayed, just that it’s important to consider the possibility before making your purchase. If you want a particular item immediately, it might be worth braving the lines at your local retailer instead.

More returns

You’ll want to choose wisely when making a purchase during the Boxing Day sales, as the Christmas period is the worst time to be returning an unwanted or unsuitable product. The rise in duplicate and faulty gifts leads to long lines at the service counter of the big retailers and even if you handle your return online, the increased demand on customer service departments means you could be waiting some time to get a working product back in your hands.

In short, be sure to do your research before making a purchase. Spending a little bit extra on a higher-quality product could save you a lot of stress in the long run.

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