’Tis the season for Christmas pyjamas, festive soirees, seemingly endless turkey sandwiches, and, of course, now that the big day is over, the Boxing Day sales. As always, the IndyBest team is doing the deal hunting, so you don’t have to. Looking for the best Argos deals in the Boxing Day sales? You’ve come to the right place.
The shopping event is the perfect time to bag a bargain, without even having to change out of your festive pyjamas, and, should you have Christmas cash to splash, or want to save big on a practical purchase, the Argos Boxing Day sale is an excellent place to start.
With everything from gaming and tech to dehumidifiers and air fryers on offer, it’s worth making the high-street stalwart a port of call this Twixmas, but Argos isn’t the only retailer making reductions, with the likes of John Lewis, Amazon, Currys all getting into the spirit of the seasonal sales. Keep reading for the best deals at Argos right now.
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Best deals in the Argos Boxing Day sale
Xbox Series X: Was £479.99, now £379.99, Argos.co.uk
The Xbox Series X has been heavily reduced. “It’s a thunderously powerful next-generation console,” our writer said in their review. Praising the sleek look, they added: “Aesthetically, and acoustically, the Xbox Series X is a console that feels at home in a living room where grown-ups live. Compare that with the superb but ridiculous-looking PlayStation 5, which resembles an abstract sculpture of Harry Hill and requires removing an external wall to get into your house.”
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5, SIM-free, 5G, 256GB: Was £1,049, now £849, Argos.co.uk
Upgraded for 2023, this pocket-sized flip phone now comes with a pocket-friendly £200 discount, using code “SAMSUNG200” at checkout. When we reviewed the Flip 5, our tester said: “Samsung’s flip phone is better than ever. The enlarged outer display makes the Galaxy Z Flip 5 a whole lot more useful when closed, and the redesigned hinge gives the phone a neater, more finished appearance.”
Echelon stride connect folding treadmill: Was £1,699, now £1,468, Argos.co.uk
Looking to kick-start a new fitness regime? Now with a discount of more than £200 at Argos, this Echelon foldable treadmill was featured in our round-up of the best models. Our tester said: “The touch screen is incredibly sleek and easy to use, and there are easy-to-access speed and incline buttons on the handles, which also monitor your heart rate.”
Habitat beaded round mirror: Was £55, now £36.66, Argos.co.uk
The bobbin homeware trend is showing no signs of waning. If you want to add a touch of it to your home, this beaded rounded mirror will make the perfect addition to your walls. It’s well-made and chic, and if you opt for the white version, you could easily paint it a different colour.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite: Was £349, now £249, Argos.co.uk
Samsung’s most affordable 10.4in tablet rivals the iPad, and comes with the S Pen stylus included. Although this model launched in 2020, it’s still a speedy and versatile device that’s sturdy enough to be handled by older kids, too.
Philips lumea series 7000 BRI920/00 corded IPL hair removal device: Was £310, now £230, Argos.co.uk
Want to save money on waxing and shaving? The lumea 7000, which is currently reduced by £80, uses intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy to prevent facial and body hair regrowth. You can use the handheld device to apply gentle pulses of light to the hair root, putting the follicle into a resting phase. Consequently, the amount of hair your body grows should gradually decrease. Users have been said to experience up to 85 per cent hair reduction in as little as three treatments, and a similar lumea model even took the top spot in our round-up of the best IPL machines.
Ninja foodi dual zone air fryer AF300UK: Was £219.99, now £150, Argos.co.uk
Although we have not tested this model, we tested a bigger version, the foodi air fryer AF400UK, and our tester said: “The Ninja foodi dual-zone air fryer has quickly become famous among home chefs, and, after just one use, it is easy to see why.” Its 7.6l capacity can feed up to eight people and provides a healthier option than frying, as it requires little or no oil, air frying food with up to 75 per cent less fat than traditional frying methods. Snap this up while you can.
Babyliss rose lustre 2400 hair dryer: Was £35, now £25, Argos.co.uk
Complete with a cool shot for when you need to set your style in place, this Babyliss hair dryer is currently reduced by £10 at Argos. With frizz-reducing conditioning ions to create sleeker results, the tool also features two speed settings, three temperature settings, and a specially designed nozzle for when you need more concentrated styling power.
Tassimo by Bosch happy pod coffee machine: Was £35, now £25, Argos.co.uk
Reduced by £10, this compact coffee machine is an absolute bargain. If you skip eight barista coffees, you can afford one of these appliances and it will save you a fortune in the long term. Compatible with Tassimo T-discs, you only need to press one button for cappuccinos, lattes, macchiatos and more. It has an incorporated crema device for that barista-quality smooth finish, every time.
Cry Babies newborn coney doll: Was £50, now £39.99, Argos.co.uk
There are some great toy deals at Argos right now, including 20 per cent off some of the toys from the popular Cry Babies TV series on Netflix. The coney doll is designed to behave just like a real newborn, with 20+ sounds and snoring noises. She can even cry real tears when you remove her dummy. However, unlike a real newborn, it’s easier to calm her – simply pop the dummy back in or wear the interactive bracelet to let her know her carer is close.
Emma original memory foam mattress, super king: Was £750, now £499, Argos.co.uk
When it comes to mattresses, Emma really is one of the best brands to know. The original mattress featured in our review of the best, with our tester noting that it’s “very comfortable” and provides “solid support beneath the memory foam layer”, which is “thanks to the heavy-duty foam at the bottom of the mattress”. The upper layer of foam also gently relieves “all pressure points in the body”, and it suits “both side and back sleepers”. Thanks to the Argos Boxing Day sale, it’s reduced in a full range of sizes, from single through to super king.
Argos Home 5-piece copper triply pan set: Was £175, now £116.66, Argos.co.uk
If brushing up on your culinary skills is one of your New Year’s resolutions, this set is a great way to start, and it currently has a third off its original price. The bright copper design is not only stylish and sure to liven up your kitchen cupboard, it also has great heat distribution, is very durable, corrosion-resistant and is a top choice used by chefs. This set includes three saucepans and lids, one frying pan and one milk pan.
When does the Argos Boxing Day sale start in 2023?
Argos has been offering half-price discounts on toys and games, as well as 25 per cent off festive homeware buys, and a third off Christmas decorations for quite some time. But the Argos Boxing Day sale is officially underway, having started on 26 December.
How long do the Argos Boxing Day sales last for?
The Argos Boxing Day sales tend to run through to the end of January, so you can wade through the bargains at a leisurely pace.
Is the Argos Boxing Day sale better than the Argos January sale?
The Argos Boxing Day sale becomes the Argos January sale, so there isn’t a lot of difference between the two (other than its name changing at the start of the new year). You may be feeling flusher with post-Christmas cash for shopping in the Boxing Day sales, but the good news is some deals will hang around if you want to grab a tempting discount at a later date.
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