Day After Christmas Sales 2014 - The day after Christmas is described as one of bargain hunters' favorite days to grab some sweet deals. Christmas shopping is done for many, but for others, the deals have just begun with the day after Christmas sales 2014.

For after Christmas sales 2014, there are a wide range of shops to go to. Places such as Best Buy, Target, Macy's and Walmart are offering sales with as much as 70 percent off, reports the International Business Times.

After Christmas Sales 2014 - Clothing:

  • Express: They are selling 50 percent off everything, except gift cards.
  • The Gap: Their items are discounted up to 60 percent off, though Gap Factory is excluded.
  • New York & Co.: Their merchandise is ip to 80 percent off everything for "The Big Sale." Shop online with the code 7296 and save an extra 10 percent off $50 or more.
  • Victoria's Secret: Their semi-annual sale has 25 percent off of selected bras. In addition, you can save 40 percent on sleep wear and as high as 60 percent off on clothing and PINK apparel. On VS Fantasies, you can also save up to $60.

According to Forbes, sales for apparel sales have suffered across this year since shoppers opted more for gadgets and gift cards. With the after Christmas sales 2014, shoppers are provided this great opportunity to buy winter items including sweaters, outwear and boots. Amongst those mentioned above, Macy's, Nordstrom, JCPenney, Banana Republic and Old Navy will also be offering large discounts.

Big box and chain stores will reportedly be scaling back markdowns while waiting for the next rush of shoppers. Many will also be bringing out new merchandise targeting shops with gift cards, and teen apparel and accessories are predicted to become the biggest beneficiaries.

After Christmas Sales 2014 - Electronics:

  • Best Buy: They are selling up to 25 percent off on select major appliances, TVs, tablets and more
  • Barnes & Noble: You can now save 50 percent off on select New York Times best sellers

After Christmas Sales 2014 - Department Stores:

  • Macy's:Macy's is having another 1 day sale, beginning Friday at 6 a.m. You can save 65 percent on select women's sweaters and 40 percent on select coffee and tea makers. You can also save 30 to 50 percent on select jewelry.
  • Walmart: You can save $50 ona Nextbook 8-inch Tablet, with 16GB, Windows 8.1, Bonus 16GB Micro SD Card
  • Target: Clearance items are now 60 percent off. Furniture is at 15 off if you spend $125. They are also offering a free Target gift card with Keurig 2.0 brewer
  • Kohl's: Their after-Christmas sale will begin at 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. Sweaters and fleeces are offered at 60 percent to 70 percent off, and boots are 40 percent to60 percent off. Outerwear meanwhile is 50 to60 percent off. Clearance sale ends Dec. 31.
  • JC Penny's: Their after Christmas sales start 6 a.m. Friday, lasting until Saturday afternoon. They also have a range of deals on clothing and furniture. To geta $10 coupon, you can go to their website.

After Christmas Sales 2014 - Online: 

  • Amazon: They are offering as much as to 70 percent off, with kindles are on sale at $59.
  • eBay: They offer 20 percent with Applebee's gift cards.

Apart from Amazon, other online retailers are also offering up to 70 percent off on mostly apparel items. However, others like have already created a well thought out merchandising plan with daily deals and specialty items in planned sales through to the year's end.

National furniture chains like Crate & Barrel, Restoration Hardware and Room & Board are hosting inventory clearance sales including floor samples starting Dec. 26.

70 percent of shoppers in 2014 reportedly intend to buy gift cards and spend an average of $231 each. While many may decide to get into the after Christmas sales 2014, this is not a new trend, according to Forbes. For the past seven years, this is becoming common for shoppers, with retailers having planned accordingly.

With the after Christmas sales 2014, though there will be deals, there will reportedly be no fire sales. As with Black Friday, smart shoppers would do well to do their research first before doing any purchase.