News

David Jones, Myer Boxing Day sales to start early online

Eager shoppers burst through the doors in search of a Boxing Day bargain at Myer.
Eager shoppers burst through the doors in search of a Boxing Day bargain at Myer. Brett Wortman

FORGET the Boxing Day sales crush, the big boys of retailing are throwing open their doors on Christmas Day via their online websites.

David Jones is breaking with more than 170 years of tradition to start its annual stocktake sale a day early.

It's website says it is preparing for a huge clearance and will be back online on Christmas Day with bargains aplenty.

David Jones boss Paul Zahra told news.com.au the online option allowed the retailer to look forward to a bumper stocktake sale.

"We expect it to be the best clearance ever," he said. "It's an important time and we expect it to be big.''

Myer plans to get in even earlier with  its stocktake sale to start online at 9 o'clock Monday.

Topics:  boxing day, christmas, david jones, myer, online shopping




Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

'I just thought all mums got no sleep'

MELTOPIA battled PND with all four of her children.

4 survival tips for mummas heading back to work

The few reminders every working mum needs to read.

'I apologise every day that I am not the person he married'

My battle with postnatal depression...

Health and nutrition with kids - how do you balance it?

HOW important is health and nutrition in your household?

Smack or no smack - where do you stand?

THE debate is reignited - is smacking acceptable?

Technology and kids: Do you ever cut their wi-fi?

Check out our new video series featuring mums having a chat

Breaking: Ninth case of black lung is confirmed

Section of a coal worker's lung showing black lung disease with progressive massive fibrosis.Contributed

A 62-year-old underground miner has been diagnosed with black lung.

Roar training adds to Joe’s NPL quality

Western Pride footballer Joe Duckworth.

Duckworth thrives on extra work

Latest deals and offers

Arts and culture get a boost in council budget

HAPPY CAMPER: Council’s culture boss Cr Charlie Pisasale will be delighted $400,000 has been allocated for a business case investigation for IPAC.

IPAC at the forefront of councillor's agenda

Burnett Heads housing development approved

COUNCIL APPROVED: A Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council. Photo Contributed

Councillors approved the development seven votes to four