Black Friday: Buy everything discounted with Konga and Jumia
Hey hey hey! It’s the Friday after Thanksgiving and you all know how we roll on Black Friday. Today, thousands of retailers within and beyond the borders of Canada and the United States (where Thanksgiving is officially recognised) will be offering their wares on the cheap.
Goods worth billions of dollars will be offered at mouth-watering discounts today around the globe. So brace up, we’ve got you some great deals from the two top e-commerce platforms in Africa.
Jumia Black Friday
Many of us Internet user just hate the idea of going to the local market to look for stuff. Instead of roaming the stalls of Onitsha Main Market in search of things you aren’t even sure you’ll find, why not buy online? Jumia has worked it’s way to become an undisputed family name in the online retail business.
How can I buy things at discounted price with Jumia?
You can begin right away. Click the button below to start shopping at awoof prices with Jumia.
Konga’s Black Friday sales is quite unique. Millions of Nigerians prefer Konga for their online shopping and quick delivery services. Konga’s last year’s Yakata sales was tagged the “baddest” sale ever liveth. The sale really turned out as hyped as the Konga website came crashing following overwhelming number of visitors trying to go home with the too-good-to-be-true goodies.
Black Friday has kicked off and you can start shopping already:
Everybody should get buying because Black Friday offers the craziest of prices you won’t see on any other day. However, make sure you don’t spend absurdly and don’t buy things you don’t actually need. You can as well use today to remember the needy or give gifts to your loved ones by buying them these products while they are cheap.
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