Christmas hasn’t even arrived yet but, in an attempt to get a jump on Boxing Day sales, several large retail houses have decided to put up their day-after-Christmas deals by early Christmas morning, while others have decided to actually wait until the 26th to start these deals.
Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s and Bloomingdales are all ready to open their shops on Christmas morning in anticipation of blow out sales.
Big box retailers Walmart and Target are being conservative and reserving their deals for the day after Christmas. Most, however, will start to offer online deals as soon as the clock strikes midnight on Christmas Eve – starting in a little over an hour from now. Some are already up:
Retailers like Neiman Marcus are expected to up to 60% off on selected items like they did last year for their Last Call After-Christmas Sale. Bloomingdale’s often puts up a store-wide 75% off, so we’re hoping for something similar this year as well.
As retailers make space for next year’s inventory, most of them are expected to be on “everything must go” mode through the rest of 2016. Also, a lot of the electronics deals are typically done and dusted by now so most of the heavy discounting will be for apparel, footwear, jewelry, accessories, decor and gift-ables.
And what about the kids? After all, this is as much their time for celebration and goodies as it is for adults, isn’t it? Enter Toys R Us with heavy discounting across multiple categories. We’ve seen some nifty and thrifty gifts for kids in Clearance, Wearable Technology, Virtual Reality, Electronic Pets and much more. And the best part – a ton of these products are available for pickup at the nearest outlet within an hour. Great deal for those harried uncles and aunts who forgot to buy something special for their nieces or nephews.
So don’t tuck away your wallet for winter just yet. A lot of retailers – including Amazon, of course – will continue to offer deals online right through the new year.
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