Best Boxing Day sales live now as deals continue at Argos, Adidas, B&M and more

Footfall is down at many high streets but Brits still plan to spend £247 each in the Boxing Day sales, with discounts available at household names like JD Sports and Amazon

Shoppers carry shopping bags containing goods during the boxing day sales
Offers are available from outlets like Amazon, Matalan and JD Sports

The Boxing Day sales are now in full force, and Brits can get up to 70% off at many stores – including Argos, B&M, Matalan and more.

The sales which start on December 26 are traditionally the busiest shopping event of the year.

This year is no exception, with shoppers expected to spend £247 each on average – up from £162 last year, according to credit card firm Barclaycard.

However, many of us are shopping online in the sales instead of taking to the high street.

Trips to physical shops in high streets, shopping centres and retail parks are down more than 45% on pre-pandemic levels, according to retail analysts Springboard.

Here are some of the top Boxing Day sales deals we’ve spotted today.

What bargains have you snapped up? Let us know in the comments below

London’s Carnaby Street was bustling in the Boxing Day sales




The online retailer has slashed prices on thousands of items today.

Our pick is the Alexa third-generation smart speaker for £17 – normally £39.99.

The Amazon Alexa smart speaker is currently on offer

Amazon is also selling a selection of Kindle e-books for 99p and 50 percent off a Fire TV stick, now £14.99.


The store has discounted thousands of items, with many 50 percent off.

One of the half-price items is an Opti dumbell set for £12.49, normally £24.99.

The weight set has three sets of dumbells, at 2.2kg, 4.6kg and 9kg per set.

Argos is also selling many items of Revere gold and silver jewellery for up to 50 percent off.

These include a nine carat 18-inch gold chain, nine carat gold stud earrings for £17.50 and a sterling silver blue crystal bracelet for £12.49.


Mirror readers’ favourite B&M has some great discounts – including a Black & Decker steam mop for £35, reduced from £59.

Other top offers include a Tower compact 1.8litre air fryer for £25, down from £50.

B&M is also selling a Norsk five-piece dining table and chairs for £150 – normally £200.

However, getting the deals means visiting your nearest B&M store, as you cannot shop at the retailer online.

JD Sports

The sportswear chain is selling many big-name brands for huge discounts – especially Adidas.

Women can buy Adidas Originals metallic leggings for £30, reduced from £30.

Adidas three-stripe womens’ leggings are on sale for £20, a 20 percent reduction on their normal price of £25.

Men can get Adidas Originals ZX fleece joggers for £45, down from £60.

The Adidas mens’ Energize Crew sweatshirt is selling for £35, which is £10 off.

The Adidas mens’ Energize Crew sweatshirt

JD Sports is also offering Adidas Originals Handball Spezial trainers for £55 – normally £75.


Down-to-earth clothes store Matalan has launched a sale with many items discounted by 50 percent.

The store is selling womens’ Jolie dark wash relaxed skinny jeans for £10, normally £18.

The retailer is also selling gold foil v-neck mini dresses for £9 that would normally be £18.

Men can snap up Stone straight-fit stretch chinos for £8, compared to the usual price of £16.

The discounts apply in-store and online.

Marks & Spencer

The high street stalwart is also offering huge bargains on many items – though some are available in-store and some online.

For example, men can get a regular fit suit jacket for £55 – a saving of £30. The matching trousers are reduced to £44 – that’s £20 off.

Top picks for women include a pure cotton borg-lined parka coat for £49, a saving of £40.

There is also a massive discount on M&S’s faux leather trucker jacket, now £18 – but the normal price is £59.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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