Its barely a day to the 24th November 2017, the most anticipated and biggest shopping experience – Black Friday festival.
Here in Nigeria, online shoppers are in for a “big bang”. Various online shops are fully prepared to wow customers with mind-blowing, irresistible and mouth-watering deals. Notable among them is Jumia Nigeria.
Jumia has made it possible to enjoy the best of Black Friday deals online by bringing you products ranging from electronics, household items to fashion clothing at discounted prices. When you shop online at Jumia, you will discover exclusive offers, vouchers, special deals and more this Black Friday.It promises to be an amazing shopping experience for all. Stay glued to your laptop or mobile phone so you do not miss out of this exciting shopping event.
The company has urged its customer to be ready for deals it describes as “mindblowing”, urging its customers to “Get ready for Jumia Black Friday Big Bang Sales!”. It further said that irrespective of its previous amazing deals, customers should “hol’ up because this one will trump all you great war tales! It’s gonna bang like a dang!”
The Jumia Black Friday Treasure Hunt is a simple concept. Treasures (deal) created daily. All you need to do is Customers are expected to;
- Crack the clue
- Visit the jumia website by 8am daily
- Search for the treasure and its yours
Though the Treasure Hunt deals comes with some terms and condition like, A customer can win ONLY one treasure during the treasure hunt period which is Nov 13 to Dec and Orders made through the treasure hunt cannot be returned or exchanged.
Then comes the mother of Jumia’s deals dubbed “The Big Bang”, which is barely 15hours to go, on which customers could get “extra killer discount” with as high as 65% to 89% discount on select items. This will begin on Friday November 24th at midnight. It will comprise of flash deals and midnight challenge. However, the big bang will only last for 24hours
Get amazing black Friday deals on Jumia here.
Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United State, that is, the fourth Thursday of November. Over the years, this day has been regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. The most perculiar feature of Black Friday is that, most major retailers open very early (and more recently during overnight hours) and offer promotional sales.
Black Friday is not an official holiday, but it is unofficially or officially the start of holiday shopping season.
The black portion of the name, “Black Friday” relates to businesses recording their losses in red ink and gains in black. This tradition lives on in modern accounting software, hence the name. Many retailers report some of their highest profits on Black Fridays. Many non-retail employees and schools have both Thanksgiving and the following Friday off, which, along with the following regular weekend, makes it a four-day weekend, thereby increasing the number of potential shoppers.
Jumia is reputed to be Nigeria’s no. 1 and largest online retailer was established in May 2012 with the aim and vision to become the one-stop shop for retail in Nigeria with implementation of best practices both online and offline. Initially starting with 3 employees, Jumia presently has a staff strength of 1000 young and entrepreneurial Nigerians including over 150 man strong customer service team available 7 days a week.
At inception, the company did an average delivery time of a week, today they do, on average, delivery in 1-5 days with deliveries to all 36 states in Nigeria. Jumia has also set-up the 1st e-commerce academy in Nigeria, called the Jumia Academy, building young entrepreneurs pioneering various aspects of business in Nigeria.