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It's offical. Traditional retail is all out of ideas. We've moved from Black Friday, to Cyber Monday, through Click Frenzy, the Christmas sales and now, on Christmas Eve, Boxing Day sales are launching early. I've now reached peak confusion as to what the real price of any given item is. But, that said, it's probably worth looking for some of the deals around to see what we can find. After all, we may as well see what we can get with the gift cards we've received or with the refunds from unwanted presents.

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Could it be?

Could we finally be getting the huge Amazon Australia discounts that we hoped and dreamed about when the service launched in early December? It seems that on Boxing Day, that may be the case with Amazon offering up deals across fashion, books, movies, music, toys, video games, electronics, e-readers and more.

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The day Panasonic stopped making plasma TVs -- truly a sad day.

But they still continue to make good televisions in general. And if you're looking for a high-end 4k, you could do a helluva lot worse than the TH65CX800A, Panasonic's high-end 65-inch behemoth. It might be one of the best TVs on the market, and it's currently on sale for less than $3000.

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The NSW government has updated its laws around Boxing Day trading after years of arbitrary location-dependent closures. Under the new laws, any store may open for trade on Boxing day -- but the government wants to make sure that no one is coerced to work on this public holiday.