Boxing Day Sales 2022: Best Fashion, Clothing Deals In Australia

Black Friday has come and gone for another year but if you missed out on the November sales event, don’t fret.

Boxing Day discounts are upon us and there are huge deals on clothing at retailers like THE ICONIC, Myerand more.

The best bit? All the greatest deals are online so you don’t need to even think about leaving the house to take advantage of the sales — and you won’t miss out on any Christmas leftovers either.

Read on for our guide for what to expect when it comes to the Boxing Day fashion sales and the best early deals. Our pick? Shopping the up to 80 per cent off end of season sale at Petal & Pup.

As always, please note: price are correct and products in stock at time of publication. We’ll do our best to keep this story updated, but be aware products move fast during sales events.

Don’t miss news.com.au’s extensive list of Boxing Day deals across laptops, fashion, televisions and more.

BEST EARLY FASHION BOXING DAY DEALS

Some brands have already kicked their Boxing Day and end of year sales offerings off with these hot deals:

THE ICONIC

Myer

Petal & Pup

eBay Australia

Glue Store

Sass & Bide

UGG Express

AJE Athletica

Wittner

Assembly Labels

OzSale

Modibodi

Kathmandu

WHEN DO THE BOXING DAY SALES START?

While traditionally sales didn’t start until December 26 expect to see deals launching in the days leading up to Boxing Day.

Our money is on deals starting the week of Monday, December 19 similar to the Black Friday sales.

However expect the best sales to run closer to December 26 with the hottest deals running only on Boxing Day.

BEST UPCOMING BOXING DAY 2022 FASHION DEALS

Showpo

bonds

Berlei

Meshki

FORCAST

Hush puppies

Kate Spade

Calvin Klein

Coach

Swarovski

STAX.

WHAT IS BOXING DAY?

Today Boxing Day might be synonymous with eating leftovers, shopping sales and watching cricket, however, its origins were for different reasons entirely.

University of Sydney religious studies professor Carole Cusack previously told the ABC marking December 26 dates back to the Middle Ages in Britain when “the servants all had to work on Christmas Day”.

“Their servitude meant that they had to put the needs of the people they worked for first,” she said, adding that Boxing Day became “their time to spend with their family”.

According to the BBCthe date became known as Boxing Day during the 19th century because it was also when the wealthy would box up presents to give to those less fortunate.

Today Boxing Day is a public holiday in the United Kingdom, Australia and other Commonwealth countries.

It’s been a key date for retail sales since the 1990s, however, has been overtaken by Black Friday in Australia in recent years.

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Want more sales shopping content? We’ve rounded up the best deals you can shop at THE ICONIC now, plus the top-rated affordable bamboo sheets you can buy right now.

Don’t forget to check out the news.com.au Coupons page where you’ll find a host of discounts on THE ICONIC, Myer and more.

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Hannah Paine

Hannah PaineEcommerce Writer

Hannah Paine is a senior Ecommerce Writer for Best Of. An experienced lifestyle journalist, she joined the news.com.au team in 2018. She has written for some of Australia’s biggest titles and covered everything from beauty, fashion to health – you name it , she’s written it. Hannah is passionate about finding the right product at the right price and believes good skincare and clothes don’t need to cost the earth.

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