Almost nine in 10 Britons plan to go on a post-Christmas sale shopping spree, according to new research from DIY specialist B&Q.
It's figures show that 88% of UK consumers expect to hit the Boxing Day sales this week, with one in five planning a "big ticket" purchase such as a kitchen or a sofa.
But where can you find the best deals this Boxing Day? Well, the first piece of advice is to get online before December 26.
Many of the big retailers, such as Argos and Debenhams, start their online sales on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
So the biggest bargains are likely to be bagged by the early birds who visit their websites before Boxing Day.
Here's our round up of the big sales and when they start. You can also find more great savings on AOL Deals.
Top Boxing Day deals
Amazon - the website's Boxing Day sale starts at 4pm on Christmas Day. Offers include up to 60% off Sekonda watches.
Argos - its sale starts online on Christmas Day and in store on Boxing Day. This year, it includes 60% off coffee machines.
Asos - the fashion retailer started its sale early (on December 19) and is offering up to 50% off.
Currys - the electrical chain's online sale started at 7pm on Christmas Eve, and will hit its stores on Boxing Day. Deals include half price bluetooth speakers and cut-price TVs.
Debenhams - the store chain's sale started with a limited 50% off online from December 24. Similar discounts will be available in store from December 26.
Homebase - the retailer officially started its sale online on Christmas Eve, with discounts hitting its stores on Boxing Day. Online shoppers get an extra 20% off everything when they spend £50 or more.
Next - the store chain is offering 50% or more off its clothing and homeware goods. The sale started online on Christmas Eve at 3pm and arrives in-store on Boxing Day.
John Lewis - the department store started its clearance sale online on Christmas Eve and will be offering deals in store from tomorrow. It includes up to 30% off women's outerwear.
Marks & Spencer - more than 130 M&S stores (around one third of the total) will open their doors on Boxing Day for the post Christmas clearance sale, which starts with discounts of up to 50%.
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