The Best Online Boxing Day Deals in Canada

The best thing about Boxing Day shopping these days is that there’s no need to set foot anywhere close to a hot, overcrowded, lineup-filled shopping mall.

Because really, who has time for that?

Sure, some deals are only available in-store, but that’s fine, because you have more than enough options to choose from online.

Here are 9 sites you should definitely be surfing this Boxing Day.

Future Shop
As usual, if you didn’t get the electronics you were hoping for on Christmas, you can scope them up for highly discounted prices online at Future Shop (duh). When we say low prices, we mean an iPhone 6 starting at $29.99 after $50 trade-in, a GoPro HERO4 Silver Edition Bundle with Chest Mount, 16GB Sandisk Extreme Plus microSD and Case for $469.99 (Reg. $619.99), or a Apple MacBook Air 13.3″ for $999.99 (Reg. $1199.99). Oh, and ordering from your couch ensures you won’t get hit in the head with a TV in the midst of all the craziness.

Harry Rosen
Although some of the Boxing Day deals offered at the beloved high-end men’s retailer – like $150 off any suit – are only available in-store, there’s no shortage of stylish finds to be scooped up online. Make a resolution to look more the part this year, with deals like 50 per cent more off all ties already on sale, $50 off any shoe that’s already on sale, and 50 per cent off all casual trousers, among others.

Beginning on Christmas Day online, Indigo’s been offering Boxing Week deals and will until January 4th, including good old-fashioned books starting at the old-fashioned price of just $5.00, $40 off the Kubo Aura, and up to 50 per cent off home items, just to name a few.

Home Depot
If you just bought a new place, a Boxing Day sale at Home Depot may sound more exciting than Christmas Morning was (and yes, you’re becoming your dad). This means up to 40 per cent off things for your backyard, up to 42 per cent off tools, and up to 55 per cent off interior décor, among other great finds.

Holt Renfrew
Boxing Day may be the only time some up-and-coming young professionals can justify shopping at Holt Renfrew. Despite the store’s typically stiff price tags, they’re known to offer generous deals around the holidays on everything including handbags, shoes, and jewellery. This year, Boxing Day deals include up to 60 per cent off select fall fashion. The only catch? While you can defintiely browse all the items and deals from your couch in advance, you’ll have to actually go into the store to scoop them up for yourself, as the store is yet to jump on the online shopping bandwagon.
The deals have been in motion at all week, on things like electronics, DVDs, tools, video games, toys, and watches. Perhaps the best part about Amazon is its swift functioning – they’ve been doing online before it was even a thing, after all.

Restoration Hardware
The pricy home store Restoration Hardware is known for its generous Boxing Day sales. Not one to shy away from sales, they even began early this year, with deals like an additional 20 per cent off all sale items. The sale continues until January 6th on everything from leather seaing to lighting (so you don’t have to feel guilty with multiple purchases from the store). Your home will thank you.

Hudson’s Bay Company
We know it’s not just us who think The Hudson’s Bay Company is better than ever. This year, The Bay offers major deals (as in, up to 70 per cent off all original pieces) on everything from furniture and home décor to clothing and items boasting the beloved iconic stripes. This means things like up to 50 per cent off all boots, up to 50 per cent off pillows, duvets and furniture, and up to 70 per cent off matresses, to name a few. 

Aritzia – the beloved go-to for everything weekend for the young professional female – is offering major Boxing Day deals this year, with everything on sale up to 70 per cent. This incudes eveything from outerwear to sweaters and leggings, all neatly organized item-by-item on the home page for your simple online shopping pleasure. 


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