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Boxing Day or the second day of Christmastide, is celebrated the day after Christmas. #Christmas #BoxingDay #BoxingDaySale #Shopping

During the 1830s in Britain, it was a custom for tradespeople to collect "Christmas boxes" of money or presents on the first weekday after Christmas as thanks for good service throughout the year. In Europe during the Middle Ages, it is believed to be in reference to the Alms Box placed in areas of worship to collect donations to the poor. 

These days it is synonymous with the Boxing Day Sale. For many merchants, Boxing Day has become the day of the year with the greatest revenue. Aussies are expected to spend $2.45 billion on Boxing Day online and in store, according to David Jones stylist Amanda Edey says “Get in as quickly as you can for the best pieces and the best sizes, that’s how you’ll really snag the perfect bargain.”
But don’t despair if you can’t get to the shops straight away, as most sales continue all the way through January. Also keep in mind your finances, do not go overboard on your credit. Buy what you need and will use. Buy the staple classics that will stay in style over the year.

Contact Madhu on 0425 341 086 to manage your finances so that you can plan your shopping- clothes, shoes, electronics or homes. Read more articles and leave your comments on Facebook.