When do the Boxing Day 2015 sales start?

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As is common every year, all high street shops are expected to take part with Boxing Day sales early in the morning, with Next reportedly opening their stores ~ 6am. Online sales however are different with numerous chains kicking off ‘secret sales’ on Christmas Eve and with extra special deals being available on Christmas Day itself.

To help with your 2015 Boxing Day Sales, below are the ones we've been made aware of and the likely time the online sales are due to begin.
RETAILERSALE TYPESALE STARTS   
AMAZONOnline only21-Dec
ARGOSIn stores and online7pm Christmas Eve
ASOSIn stores and onlineUnknown
BHSIn stores and onlineUnknown
BOOTSIn stores and onlineChristmas Eve
CURRYSIn stores and onlineMidnight on Christmas Day.
DEBENHAMSIn stores and onlineUnknown
HOUSE OF FRASERIn stores and onlineMidnight on Christmas Day.
JOHN LEWISIn stores and onlineUnknown
MARKS & SPENCERIn stores and onlineUnknown
NEW LOOKIn stores and onlineUnknown
NEXTIn stores and online7am Boxing Day
RIVER ISLANDIn stores and onlineMidnight on Christmas Day.
TESCOIn stores and onlineUnknown
TOPSHOPIn stores and onlineMidnight on Christmas Day.
VERYIn stores and onlineUnknown

When are the Boxing Day 2015 deals likely to start?

Traditionally, the Boxing Day sales have been strictly a December 26 affair, with retailers closing early on Christmas Eve to prepare for the clear out.

In recent years, however, it has become more of a week-long (and online) event, with many stores kicking off their sales in mid-December – with a few surprises up their sleeves on the 24th, 25th and 26th.

Fashion stores like River Island, Topshop and ASOS tend to launch their sales on Christmas Day itself – so keep your eyes peeled.

Boots, meanwhile, will be joining Argos.co.uk and Amazon with their Boxing Day sales going live on Christmas Eve.

Getting the best deals

The best way to bag yourself a bargain in the Boxing Day sales is to spend an hour browsing the online stores before their sale starts. Make a note of what items you want, the full price and what you’re willing to pay.

This will reduce the likelihood of impulse buys which many shops depend on and don’t be tempted to overspend!

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