The Good Guys Boxing Day sale 2022 — the best deals to get this December

The Good Guys boxing day sale
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Well well, it turns out The Good Guys couldn't wait to launch its stellar Boxing Day savings this year, unleashing its Boxing Day sale earlier than scheduled to give Santa a chance to save before the big day.

The Good Guys knockout sale delivers some exceptional savings on some of the hottest tech, electronics and appliances, such as over AU$1,600 off the fantastic Samsung S95B OLED TV and a handy AU$750 saving on a quality Dell gaming laptop. 

The knockout sale is slated to last through until January 2, but stock isn't guaranteed to last so act fast if you spot the right deal for you and keep an eye on this page to find the best offers from The Good Guys' last sale of the year.

The best Good Guys Boxing Day 2022 deals

TV deals

TCL 98-inch C735 QLED TV (opens in new tab)

TCL 98-inch C735 QLED TV | AU$6,995 AU$4,444 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$2,551)

Proving that size doesn't have to equal sacrifice for a home screen, this mammoth 98-inch C735 QLED TV boasts vibrant, dynamic colours thanks to its QLED display, Dolby Atmos surround sound support and quality gaming features including VRR up to 120Hz and clear motion rate. And thanks to this saving it'll cost you less than AU$4,500, unheard of for a screen this size and of this quality.

Spot quality savings on the TCL C735 in other sizes too:
65-inch: AU$1,395 AU$1,195 (save AU$200) (opens in new tab)
75-inch: AU$1,995 AU$1,495 (save AU$500) (opens in new tab)
85-inch: AU$3,999 AU$2,695 (save AU$1,304) (opens in new tab)

Sony 65-inch BRAVIA A80K XR OLED TV (opens in new tab)

Sony 65-inch BRAVIA A80K XR OLED TV | AU$3,795 AU$2,995 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$800)

If what you need in a home screen is exceptional OLED picture quality, 3D surround sound and an impressive list of gaming friendly features, the Sony A80K is a gift from the heavens. Pairing particularly well with PS5 consoles in being designed to integrate with its best features, you can save AU$800 on the 65-inch A80K at The Good Guys right now.

If you need bigger, you can also save AU$1,000 on the A80K in its 77-inch size (opens in new tab), now down to AU$5,995.

Samsung 65-inch S95B OLED TV (opens in new tab)

Samsung 65-inch S95B OLED TV | AU$4,495 AU$2,885 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,610)

Samsung's top of the line S95B OLED TV is a seriously powerful home screen option. With exceptional OLED picture quality and wireless Dolby Atmos audio there's nobody who will be left disappointed by getting their hands on one, but PS5 owners especially will love the S95B's object tracking audio technology that mixes well with the PS5's 3D audio ambitions. If you want premium quality for your home screen, take advantage of this stellar 33% saving.

If you don't need a 65-inch screen, you can also save on this one in its 55-inch size (opens in new tab).

LG CS 65-inch OLED TV (opens in new tab)

LG CS 65-inch OLED TV | AU$3,695 AU$2,444 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,251)

As a part of LG's exceptional line of OLED home screens, the LG CS is a quality TV. With its α9 Gen 5 AI Processor and Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro capabilities, picture quality is at premium levels while Dolby Atmos audio offers impressive surround sound. For gamers it's a dream also, with VRR support, a 1ms response time and NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility. And you can catch it now in its 65-inch size with a cool AU$1,250 discount attached at The Good Guys.

Discounts also applying to the LG CS OLED in other sizes:
55-inch: AU$2,695 AU$1,685 (save AU$1,014) (opens in new tab)
77-inch: AU$5,795 AU$4,385 (save AU$1,410) (opens in new tab)

Hisense 75-inch U7HAU ULED TV (opens in new tab)

Hisense 75-inch U7HAU ULED TV | AU$2,799 AU$1,495 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,304)

If you're on the hunt for screen size that won't break the bank, this deal on the Hisense U7HAU should appeal. With QLED Quantum Dot Colour and Full Array Local Dimming, picture quality for this one is solid, while gaming friendly HDMI 2.1 support  for 4K@120Hz, variable refresh rates and auto low latency mode make this an attractive option for gamers at its price.

Savings also apply to the U7HAU in other sizes:
55-inch: AU$1,699 AU$995 (save AU$704) (opens in new tab)
65-inch: AU$1,999 AU$1,195 (save AU$804) (opens in new tab)

Hisense U8HAU 65-inch ULED Mini-LED TV (opens in new tab)

Hisense U8HAU 65-inch ULED Mini-LED TV | AU$2,799 AU$1,495 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,304)

As a budget-friendlier TV option, the Hisense U8HAU is a deceptively powerful home screen with much more to offer than meets the eye. With Mini-LED backlighting and QLED Quantum Dot technology built in, its picture is at a quality much higher than its price. And meanwhile its boasting HDMI 2.1 support for 4K at 120Hz with VRR and ALLM also in the mix makes it an excellent option for gamers looking to upgrade without breaking the bank.

Catch this one in other sizes with equally generous discounts:
55-inch: AU$2,299 AU$1,095 (save AU$1,104) (opens in new tab)
75-inch: AU$3,999 AU$2,495 (save AU$1,504) (opens in new tab)

Home cinema deals

Samsung HW-B450 2.1ch 300W soundbar (opens in new tab)

Samsung HW-B450 2.1ch 300W soundbar | AU$349 AU$179 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$170)

For an inexpensive home cinema sound solution that still offers enough power and oomph to elevate your overall viewing experience, this Samsung HW-B450 soundbar is a solid option. Powerful bass and an excellent ability to elevate the audibility of dialogue are on offer here, with a discount of AU$170 bringing its price down to an approachable AU$179 for Boxing Day.

TCL TS8132 soundbar (opens in new tab)

TCL TS8132 soundbar | AU$495 AU$395 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)

TCL has a reputation with its TV offerings for great quality at approachable prices, and it achieves the same here with this TCL TS8132 home theatre solution. With 350W output, Dolby Atmos support and a simplified setup, it's a soundbar package that punches far above its weight. Grab it here with an AU$100 discount in the mix and reap the rewards for yourself.

Sonos Arc soundbar (opens in new tab)

Sonos Arc soundbar | AU$1,499 AU$1,195 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$304)

If money is no object there is arguably no better soundbar on the market than the Sonos Arc. Named as the Arc deliberately, this home theatre powerhouse is designed to deliver audio in an arc pattern that delivers an impression of truly surrounding you with dynamic, responsive sound. The added boost it offers to dialogue and its capability of mixing well with music makes it a clear standout. This discount applies to the Sonos Arc in White (opens in new tab) and Black (opens in new tab).

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) soundbar (opens in new tab)

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) soundbar | AU$699 AU$545 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$154)

As one of the best soundbars that won't cost you an arm and a leg, the Sonos Beam offers more than you'd expect from a home cinema solution at this price. With Dolby Atmos support it's an excellent option for pairing with a home screen that matches this capability, while overall sound and particularly dialogue finds a helpful boost with the Beam.

PC and laptop deals

Catch 25% off Lenovo and Dell monitors at The Good Guys (opens in new tab)

Catch 25% off Lenovo and Dell monitors at The Good Guys (opens in new tab)

Keen on a gaming monitor for your PC setup, or looking to add some dependable flexibility to your home office? You're in luck, with 25% off a variety of Lenovo and Dell monitors via The Good Guys for Boxing Day. See our picks of the bunch below:

Lenovo 27-inch G27q-30 QHD Gaming Monitor | AU$479 AU$359 (opens in new tab)
 Dell 24" FHD Curved Gaming Monitor | AU$429 AU$300 (opens in new tab)
Dell 32" QHD Curved Gaming Monitor | AU$699 AU$524 (opens in new tab)

Dell G15 15.6-inch RTX 3050 Ti, 16GB RAM (opens in new tab)

Dell G15 15.6-inch RTX 3050 Ti, 16GB RAM | AU$2,299 AU$1,549 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$750)

When it comes to PCs, Dell know what it's doing, so it should come as no surprise that this Dell G15 gaming laptop is a top quality option for gamers. With a FHD 120Hz with 250-nits display and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics card it would be impressive enough, but importantly this G15 also features dual air-intake, copper pipes and four strategically-placed vents to keep your laptop cool during gaming sessions. Catch it for Boxing Day with an AU$750 discount in the mix.

Wearable deals

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 BT 40mm - Black (opens in new tab)

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 BT 40mm - Black | AU$399 AU$299 (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)

Although a generation behind the latest Samsung Galaxy Watch, this 4th-gen wearable largely matches its newer sibling for specs and performance to offer premium functionality and features. It certainly helps that this one also looks great and boasts an IP68 waterproof rating, making this AU$100 saving one well worth considering. 

Also available in Gold (opens in new tab).

Audio deals

Apple AirPods (Gen 2) (opens in new tab)

Apple AirPods (Gen 2) | AU$219 AU$175 (opens in new tab) (save AU$44)

The Apple AirPods need no introduction at this point and it's almost guaranteed that if you're in the market for them you already know what you're getting, but you'll find this AU$44 pretty handy given how rarely Apple products land discounts at all.

Appliance deals

Hisense 417L Bottom Mount Refrigerator (opens in new tab)

Hisense 417L Bottom Mount Refrigerator | AU$1,199 AU$888 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$311)

Boxing Day is always one of the best times of the year to upgrade your kitchen appliances at a discount and this saving on a quality Hisense 417L refrigerator is a great example. With an eye-catching design and built-in features enabling you to easily conserve energy and give your power bills a break, this one is a solid Boxing Day buy.

Samsung Ultimate Air Purifier AX90 with Wi-Fi (opens in new tab)

Samsung Ultimate Air Purifier AX90 with Wi-Fi | AU$999 AU$499 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$500)

You might not know it, but the air around us right now is pretty gross. So gross that an estimated 99% of the world's population live in cities with air pollution levels higher than those judged safe according to the WHO. So investing in a heavy-duty air purifier like this AX90 is a pretty great idea, particularly if you have a lot of space to worry about with this one capable of purifying spaces up to 90m2. And now it's half price for Boxing Day too!

When does The Good Guys Boxing Day sale start?

A little birdie tells us we can expect The Good Guys to officially kick off its Boxing Day sale online sometime on the evening of Christmas Eve (December 24) this year. Shopping the sale in-store will have to wait until the date of Boxing Day itself on December 26 but the good news is that Aussies hungry for quality bargains on top tech items will be able to celebrate Christmas early this year.

When will The Good Guys Boxing Day sale end?

The Good Guys has a habit of being a little more generous with the length of its sales than some other electronics retailers, and so we expect The Good Guys to make its Boxing Day sale last until potentially the start of the New Year. That’s great news for the slowpokes among us, in theory, but we know that stock isn’t always guaranteed so it’s better to get in early just to be safe.

What can we expect from The Good Guys Boxing Day sale this year?

In terms of what we can hope to expect from The Good Guys for Boxing Day this year, the short answer would be ‘a bit of everything’. We expect some solid savings on a wide range of tech items and household appliances, from quality TVs and home entertainment items to fridges, microwaves and more.

Last year, we saw The Good Guys slash 20% off a whole range of Dell, Lenovo, Acer, HP and Microsoft laptops, while offering discounts up to AU$1,500 on TVs from the likes of LG and Samsung. Like for many other retailers, the best savings in terms of money alone will come on high-priced items like TVs and refrigerators. 

But if we see blanket savings on laptops from quality brands this year like we did last year, this could mean the best chance for Aussies to get a jump on being back to school ready.

James Cutler
Staff Writer

James is a full-time journalist with the TechRadar Australia team, covering all aspects of tech with a particular focus on phones, TVs and home entertainment, AR/VR, gaming, gadgets, and the web. He has worked for more than six years in broadcast, digital and print journalism in Australia covering a range of topics with a constant eye on and interest in tech developments driving society’s transitions into the future. In his spare time, he can typically be found bouncing between one of a number of gaming platforms or watching anything horror/true crime.