1. 'Worth every minute': Queues in cars, shops to get Boxing Day bargains  The Canberra Times
  2. $2.5 billion spent in a day: Shoppers hunt for bargains on Boxing Day  The Sydney Morning Herald
  3. Best Boxing Day deals online and in-store in Australia  Herald Sun
  4. Geelong shoppers turn out in force for Boxing Day sales  Geelong Advertiser
  5. Boxing Day sales mayhem to top $2.5 billion Australia-wide  SBS News
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Cars were parked along Canberra Avenue near the Canberra Outlet Centre on Wednesday afternoon, while retailers expected their biggest day of trade for the year.

The annual Boxing Day sales were up and running before the sun was up, but crowds were down on previous years.

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Aussie bargain hunters have descended on stores across the country for the Boxing Day sales, with shoppers forecast to shell out $2.5 billion.