A uniquely Canadian event, Boxing Day is the day after Christmas. It’s an opportunity for retailers to clear inventory for the end of the year, and more importantly, for consumers to take advantage of deep discounts and aggressive sales. RedFlagDeals is dedicated to keeping you on top of all deals each and every Boxing Day.
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Boxing Day is traditionally the day following Christmas Day, December 26th. This day is a holiday and mostly known as a shopping holiday with drastic discounts, much like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It gives shoppers the chance to take part in post-Christmas sales online and in-store.
You don't want to miss the most epic discounts of the holiday season. RedFlagDeals will showcase Canadian Boxing Day/Week ads and flyers, and help you discover the latest deals from top Canadian retailers throughout the week. Make sure you bookmark this page and signup up for the RedFlagDeals newsletter to be the first to know about the best deals and the latest sale updates for Boxing Day 2016.
Boxing Day sales are the best way to remedy whatever bad gifts you've received. It's a day when everyone is inside the malls returning or exchanging their gifts and trying to score a deal. So whether it's video game consoles, electronics essentials, laptops and tablets or clothing and housewares, RedFlagDeals will cover all the 2016 Boxing Day sales across the country.