With a rigorous remembrance on the globe, Boxing Day sets whooping sales records that include: shopper tips, massive organic traffic and the biggest online shopping. This festive is embarked on 26th December, a day after Christmas, and unlocks full potential of an online sales day. Boxing Day started in the reign of Queen Victorian and some scribers stretch it back to the vaults of medieval times. The Boxing Day offers post-Christmas sales saga in UK, USA and European countries. This day is one of five busiest days to shop online. Another spin on this tale is that this festive started for the mediocre workers who worked full time on Christmas. In return, the aristocrat households in the UK would distribute gift boxes to admire the extra efforts even on a holiday. Since then, Boxing Day has snowballed into a commercial success and is one of the densest online sales in the UK and US with new retail records to surface.
Boxing Day 2018 – The Fun Facts:
The post-Christmas splurge is here and no holiday celebrator would exhibit laziness or cash shortfall when it comes to Boxing Day. Let’s track back to unbelievable sales records, fun-facts and shed light on what may happen on one of the largest online sales.
1. In Australia, spendthrifts who take to streets and online sales on Boxing Day, will post a whopping $18 billion until 15th January.
2. In 2018, the Boxing Day deals have arrived a little earlier with retail giants like Amazon, ASOS and eBay, offering up to 50% off on women and men’s clothing, electronic, appliances etc.
3. This year – territory shoppers would also double in numbers with special instructions passed on to retail staff to avoid shopping mayhems.