It’s About To Go Down!
2019 has shown us things, but it looks like we’re going to end the year in style – and no, we’re not talking about Christmas – most of the time that’s the time we work hardest; cooking, washing dishes – no! We’re talking about Black Friday, where we finally get the chance to stock up everything we need and want!
1. Every Friday is a Black Friday
The best thing about this year’s Black Friday is that there’s no pressure! Other than that phone you want going out of stock! The biggest *save* of the year launches at 11:59pm on 7th November and runs ’til midnight on 29th November. That’s a whole month of shopping sis! A whole month!
2. Discounts on Discounts on Discounts!
There’s going to be mega flash sales, normal flash sales and treasure hunts and up to 90% discount rates! For perspective, if it’s a nduthi that normally retails for Ksh. 80 000 you can get it for a ‘thao’ and start your nduthi business like a boss! Imagine!
3. Variety in all its Glory
But it’s not just nduthis that will be on sale. Also featured will be up to 10 million products across all product categories with the Black Friday sponsors including big names such as NIVEA, Maybelline, Samsung, UKA and Jameson so you can parte after parte like the Kenyan in you was born to do.
4. Up to 600 Pick Up points Countrywide
Now to the best part. Online shopping can get a little bit tricky when you have to think about doorstep deliveries vis a vis pick up from the headquarters. But Jumia has partnered with Posta to ensure that all your goods will be delivered to the Postal office that is nearest to you regardless of whether you live in Nairobi or all the way up in Turkana.
It’s kind of mindblowing when you think about it. Yes, this means you have no more excuses to get your dad in Webuye that TV he’s been asking for – but also you can rest easy that when you do buy it – it will arrive in one piece! The icing on the cake? You don’t have to own a postal address to use this service!
5. Savings for Njaanuary!
So get ready to start shopping this Black November and slice that budget in half so you have a little something left for that much-needed pick-me-up in Njaanuary.