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2015 Black Friday is Coming!

Black Friday is Upon Us; Here’s How to Take Advantage

Black Friday here, Black Friday there! Many do not even know what it means. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving Day; a holiday celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. Due to the fact that people on people are on holiday, marketers created an avenue for people to shop at ridiculously cheap prices online and in stores. Shopping after all has long become an integral part of our daily lives. This piece will show you how and where to take advantage of 2015 Black Friday deals.

You can also trace the history and significance of Black Friday on this Wikipedia page

Alas! Black Friday is no longer a US Affair as it is being ‘observed’ around the world yearly with Nigeria, not an exemption. As I stated in this article, Black Friday sales often start from Thanksgiving Day in the US. This short piece highlights how to take advantage of Black Friday sales to get those items of your dreams in Nigeria and abroad.

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In Nigeria

Konga.com one of Nigeria’s biggest and finest e-commerce platforms calls her version of Black Friday “Fall Yakata”. Apart from getting items at a very cheap price, do you know you can extra 5% off on your orders? All you need to do is sign up for KongaPay if you have not.

Check this offer out for instance:

“One star product to look out for is the brand new Alcatel Popstar android smartphone. The phone is available exclusively, and for the 1st time on Konga, for a Yakata price of N15,900, an unbeatable deal for an android phone of such great specs.”

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Yakata sales on Konga.com started today the 26th of November 2015.

#FallYakata2015

Click here to go to the Konga Fall Yakata page and start shopping or keep items in your cart and buy tomorrow.

Jumia is another place to shop this Black Friday, you get items discounted products up to 80% off. Head over to Jumia Black Friday Store now and start shopping.

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Other Nigeria Stores to shop

www.payporte.com

www.dealdey.com

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Spar and Park ‘n’ Shop (in-store)

Shoprite

In other news, Verve cardholders can earn cashback when they shop on the websites in the image below:

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verve

Use discount code: DDVCARD at checkout. Valid from 27th30th Nov 2015. Not only that, get 5% money of your money back when you pay on Jumia and Kaymu using your Verve cards.

Outside Nigeria

You can get the best deals outside the shores of Nigeria where we caught the Black Friday fever. At least no Nigerian is sleeping at the entrance of Shoprite or Spar. Black is traditionally American and needs to take very good advantage of US websites now!

Amazon.com

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Ebay.com

Zappos.com and others.

UK websites

asos.com

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sportsdirect.com (£10 off every £50 spent)

UBA Shopvaganza

UBA through the Shopvaganza Promo will give N10, 000 shopping voucher when you spend N100, 000 and above on international transactions between the 27th and 30th of November, 2015.

That’s not all, You can ship everything you buy between Black Friday and Cyber Monday for just $25 from the United States to Nigeria. This offer is brought to you by UBA in collaboration with Shop To My Door. You can consider changing your shipping company for now just to take full advantage of this offer. Sign up here

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How to save extra cash

Don’t get carried away with the Black Friday frenzy, use coupon codes to save extra cash. After adding your favourite items to your cart, use coupon codes to get further discounts. Get coupon codes for the online store of your choice at retailmenot.com

RetailMeNot also has a dedicated page full of Black Friday deals you can take full advantage of. Click on this link to check out the RetailMeNot Black Friday page.

Later today, you’ll be able to download a free eBook on how to shop and ship effortlessly from the United State to Nigeria. Stay tuned!

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Ọlájídé Ishola

Ọlájídé Ishola

A tech-savvy Linguist, lazy Writer and conservative Foodie.

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