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Amazon Australia’s Boxing Day sale December 26

With the festive season in full swing, shoppers are planning to go bargain hunting at department stores in the early hours of Boxing Day.

Fortunately for those of us who don’t feel like fighting the crowds, now you can skip the queue by ordering all your favourite items from the comfort of your home.

Amazon Australia has given a sneak peak into its Boxing Day sale, with spectacular deals set to go live at the stroke of midnight on December 26.

Amazon has joined Australia’s biggest shopping event of the year by offering huge discounts

Amazon gives a sneak peak into its sale, with  deals set to go live at midnight on December 26

Amazon gives a sneak peak into its sale, with deals set to go live at midnight on December 26

Parents can get their hands on a baby monitor while those looking for a new computer will find great deals on laptops and more (pictured left Motorola Baby Monitor and right Acer laptop)

The international retail giant, which launched Down Under earlier this month, has joined the country’s biggest shopping event of the year by offering huge discounts.

While most deals are yet to be released, the retailer has already promised to slash prices on fashion, beauty, electronics, entertainment, kitchen, homeware and more.

Further to the money-saving specials, Amazon will also have hundreds of ‘Lightning Deals’ – a promotion offered in a limited quantity for a short period of time.

For those who are scouring through the fashion section, you can expect to find up to 40 per cent off on selected men, women and children’s clothing across big brands.

While most deals are yet to be released, the retailer has already promised to slash prices on electronics and kitchen (pictured left Nespresso (DeLonghi) Coffee Machine and right Kindle)

For those who are scouring through the fashion section, you can expect to find up to 40 per cent off on selected men, women and children's clothing across big brands

For those who are scouring through the fashion section, you can expect to find up to 40 per cent off on selected men, women and children’s clothing across big brands

Video games, children’s toys, Kindles, and baby products are also expceted to see reductions

For the movie buffs and entertainers, shoppers can also ‘buy one get one free’ on selected books, music and DVDs.

There will be a $50 off on selected Kindle ereaders.

Video games, children’s toys, fitness and outdoors, power tools and baby products are also expected to see reductions.

Customers who pay with a NAB Personal Credit Card or a registered American Express card will receive 10 per cent cashback on any eligible purchases on the day.

So what are you waiting for? Write your shopping list now!

While the deals are yet to be released, the retailer has already promised to slash prices on fashion, beauty, electronics, entertainment, kitchen, homeware and more

While the deals are yet to be released, the retailer has already promised to slash prices on fashion, beauty, electronics, entertainment, kitchen, homeware and more



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