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Friday , 16 November 2018

Black Friday 2017: Check Out These Awesome Deals

In Nigeria, Jumia is joining the Black Friday spree with lots of amazing offers and discounts with the catch phrase ‘’BIG BANG’’. You can get up to 80% discount on products ranging from TV, Laptop, Phones, Game Consoles, Fashion Accessories, Home Appliances, and lots more. Interestingly, Jumia started its Black Friday season about two weeks back, giving buyer amazing deals and discounts.

Let’s look at some of the top deals you can enjoy on Jumia during the Black Friday season.

  • FLASH SALE: Jumia is starting out its Big Bang sales from midnight on November 24th. It’s the midnight challenge of the fastest fingers on the best deals. The flash sale is the first set of sales to welcome the real deals of Black Friday.
  • TREASUE HUNT: With as little as N100,000 you can get the latest iPhone X from Jumia during the Black Friday festival. This is one of the unbelievable deals on Jumia Black Friday. With this hunt, you can also get a Masterchef blender set for as low as N500, plus other more mouth watery offers.
  • The Black Friday lottery is another awesome look out on Jumia’s Black Friday deal. On this, you can win loads of shopping vouchers, return tickets to London and a grand prize of a Ford Figo…Wow, right?

Well, it’s black Friday and you should not be left out of the amazing deals flowing around this season.

Shopping without a clear-cut plan could be very dicey. So, we encourage you to prepare ahead on Black Friday by making a list of what you need to get and align them with you budget. It is also essential that you look out for the websites and sellers with the best deals and great discounts.

Now that you know this much about Black Friday, you should get set to experience the boom of the 2017 Black Friday.

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