Okay, it’s official. Giving season is over and it’s now time to treat yo’ self! Take all of those gift cards and holiday dollars and spend them on something nice.

In years past, Boxing Day deals were confined to just one day of the year but luckily, most of the sales on this list span over a week, meaning you don’t need to stress about missing out on a good deal just because you’re on your third round of turkey.

Here are the best Boxing Day 2016 sales to shop this month:

Aritzia
When: December 24 – January 4
Where: In stores and online
What: Take up to 50% off fall and winter items

Armed
When: December 24-28
Where: Online only
What: Take 50% off the entire website with the code ‘BXING50’

Club Monaco
When: December 26 – January 3
Where: In-stores & online
What: Take an extra 40% off already reduced merchandise.

Consonant Skincare
When: December 26 – December 31
Where: Online
What: Take 30% off bath and body (with code ‘BOXITUP’) and 50% off candles. On December 26, visit their Yorkdale location to shop $10 face wash (reg. price $22).  

Fred Perry 
When: December 26-31
Where: In-store 
What: Head to the Fred Perry flagship store in Toronto to save 50-70% off everything in store on the Boxing Day. From the 27-31st, take 50% off seasonal items. Get full sale details here.

French Connection
When: December 24-27
Where: Online + in-stores
What: Take 50% off the entire website and an additional 20% off already reduced items.

Guess
When: December 26
Where: Online & in-stores
What: Take 30-50% off everything

Hillberg & Berk
When: December 26
Where: Online only
What: Spend more, save more. Spend $150, get $20 off. Spend $250, take $50 off. Spend $500, get $100 off.

Mackage
When: December 26-28
Where: Online
What: Save up to 20% on winter coats + an additional 10% off.

Marciano 
When: December 26
Where: Online & in-stores
What: Take 30-50% off everything. All outerwear is 60% off.

National Sports
When: December 26 – January 4
Where: In-stores
What: Everything in-stores is on sale, including sports equipment, apparel, footwear, and accessories. Get full details here.

Nordstrom
When: December 26 – January 2
Where: In-stores and online
What: Take up to 50% off.

Oak + Fort
When: December 23-31
Where: Online + in-stores
What: Take up to 70% off (excluding select styles).

Oliberte
When: December 26-31
Where: Online
What: Take 20% off sitewide

Over the Rainbow 
When: December 26-28
Where: In-store & online
What: Take 50% of F/W denim, 40% off seasonal F/W fashion and 20% off new arrivals and best sellers.

Roots
When: December 26 – January 1
Where: In-stores & online
What: Take up to 50% off sale items + an extra 20% off

Swatch
When: December 26
Where: Online and in-stores while supplies last
What: Buy one watch and receive a second mystery watch for only $35.

Ssense
When: December 26
Where: Online
What: Take up to 70% off designer clothing, bags, footwear & accessories.

Steve Madden
When: December 26
Where: Online
What: Take 25% off the entire website with code ‘BOXINGDAY’ + receive free shipping on all orders.

Ted Baker London
When: December 23-31
Where: In-store and online
What: Take up to 50% off select lines

Tiger of Sweden
When: December 26-31
Where: Tiger of Sweden Toronto Flagship, 56 Ossington Ave.
What: Take up to 70% off

Tilley 
When: December 26 – January 8
Where: In-store (Don Mills and Brossard) and online with coupon code “BOXING20”
What: Take an additional 20% off sale items and shop exclusive door busters.

TNT
When: December 26
Where: In-stores
What: Take up to 70% off everything including brands like Acne, Alexander Wang, Chloe, Kenzo, and more. Get full sale details here.

Toronto Premium Outlets
When: December 26 from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm
Where: 13850 Steeles Avenue West
What: Take up to 65% off at all Toronto Premium Outlet stores including Under Armour, Rudsak, Burberry, Tory Burch, and more.

Did we miss any of the best Boxing Day 2016 sales?

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