Hit the bargains in Grafton
THE man in the red suit delivered the goods on Christmas Eve, the wrapping papers have been discarded and the prawn heads safely buried in the back yard – so it’s time to hit the famous Boxing Day sales.
Many retailers across the Clarence Valley will host the annual bargain hunt incentives. Grafton Central Business District seems to be the place for the biggest savings.
Major savings will be on offer, as many retailers need to clear stock before the New Year and the second half of the financial year.
It is predicted that Aussies will spend about $250 each at the Boxing Day sales with as many as six in 10 Australians braving the crowds.
Biggest selling items are expected to be men’s and women’s clothing as well as video games and accessories. Now it is just a question of is it really worth braving the crowds to bag that Boxing Day bargain.Boxing Day Bargains
- Msi 10” netbook with windows starter - $448 at Big W.
- 50 per cent off all ‘Christmas time’ decorations, trees, lights, bon bons, card and wrapping paper at Big W.
- 30 per cent off 250 thread count sheets or sheet sets at Big W.
- Sanyo 42” plasma screen TV - $786 at Big W.
- 40 per cent off Tefal, SilverStone, Wiltshire, Masterclass and Raco cookware and frypans at Big W.
- S-26 Gold Formula – 2 for $40 at Big W.
- Up to 35 per cent off a huge range of kids, men’s and women’s clothing and footwear at Big W.
- XBOX 360 Arcade - $198 at Big W.
- Savings throughout Mackellys on women’s and men’s clothing.
- 25 per cent off all gift packs at Ada and Flynn pharmacy, Prince Street.
- 25 per cent off clothing at Gai Abandon.
- Luxury pampering package at SO-U Beauty normally $269, now $169.
- 101 Rank Arena full HD LCD TV for $799 at Target.
- Up to 40 per cent off a huge range of women’s, men’s and kids’ summer clothing, sleepwear, accessories and footwear at Target.
- 50 per cent off store-wide at Man to Man (excludes accessories).
Please see in store as conditions and exclusions may apply.