Saturday, January 29, 2022

Jumia Black Friday Festival runs for 1 month with up to 80% off

Jumia is once again over-doing Black Friday this year. The festival which begins today will run to December 13th.

Black Friday which will actually fall on 24th November is a US day for shopping. Prices fall and people get to get exciting deals for different products they want. Jumia is like always stretching it out over the period of one month.

Included in the treat are:

  • One month of reduced prices
  • a Wheel of fortune
  • Flash sales
  • Treasure hunting
  • and a chance to win a Sauti Sol concert ticket

Have you ever got a good deal during the Black Friday festivals over the years? Or is there anything in particular you are looking to win or get at reduced prices this year?

Go ahead get shopping —> Here

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