Boxing Day is the one day many people really get up early and wait in line for various “Door Crashers” and save a ton of money on the tech they want. If you did not get the tablet or e-Reader you wanted for Christmas, today may be your last hope for some mad deals.
Kobo Touch + a $25 Kobo eBook Gift Card all for just $139.99! KoboBooks.com/Ereaders. Meanwhile at Futureshop you can get the Kobo Touch in Canada for $109 in all colors.
Sears is selling the Kobo e-Reader with WIFI for only $99.99, this is the older model though.
Chapters is selling the Kobo Vox for $169 if you have a Plum Membership card which comes down to a $30 savings. If you do not have a membership card or do not want to opt in, you can get a $20 discount.
The PlayBook will be on sale at most retailers again for $199.99/16GB model, $249.99/32GB. This might be a good investment because it is one of the best dual-core tablets out there, and now features Angry Birds in the App Store! This deal is happening at Futureshop, Bestbuy and many other retailers.
Bestbuy is offering $20 savings on all WIFI models of the Apple iPad and $30 from all of the 3G enabled ones. This incentive is lasting all week long!
The Lepan Android 2.2 Tablet is on sale at Walmart for only $200 which is around a $30 savings from the normal price.
Factory Direct is selling the SAMSUNG 16GB Glaxy Tab, Wi-Fi, USB, Bluetooth, Android model for only $199. They also have the Acer 16gb Android v3.0 Honeycomb Tablet for $300.
If you live in Australia there is many discounts to be on the tablet front. The Motorola XOOM 32gb WiFi @ $350 + $30 shipping and a ton of others. Follow this thread for more information on everything that is available in that country.
– We will be updating this thread as we see deals all day long, so keep checking back! If you see a sale on something we did not mention, drop a comment below!
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.