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Looking Back at Boxing Day 2019

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It’s time look back at the last 10 years of Boxing Days and see how they stack up with one another.

The Annual Franchises

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare marked the highest Boxing Day sale price in franchise history with its $59.99 price tag. It was an extremely very popular instalment of the long running franchise, so it’s not that surprising to see Activision keep the price relatively high.

Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint continued its Black Friday 2019 pricing of $29.99. Priced to move and yet it will continue to hover around that price for the majority of 2020.

Other Releases

Seeing The Outer Worlds for $50 two months after release was expected. Everything else was a repeat of Black Friday 2018.

Boxing Day 2020? Black Friday 2020 Never Ended

There used to be a brief break between Black Friday and Boxing Day sales, but several titles including Sony first party ones kept their Black Friday sale price right through Boxing Day; the likes of their Greatest Hits, The Last of Us Part II, and Ghost of Tsushima continued to be on sale.

With that said, there are some (and likely will be) Boxing Day exclusive deals. Boxing Day isn’t a complete repeat of Black Friday, but that Venn diagram has never been closer to being one.

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