Jumia, Nigeria’s number one online retailer, is delivering lots of mega deals for laptops, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, home appliances, fashion and beauty products this Black Friday. So, get your fingers and debit card ready for Jumia Black Friday 2017, which is billed to be the biggest shopping event of the year. View all Deals Here
Jumia Black Friday 2017 Deals
Here are some of the best Jumia Black Friday Deals:
- 5% off Infinix Phones including the all new Infinix Zero 5
- Samsung 32-inch TV FH4003 – 57,500 Naira
- Polystar 32-inch TV 3215DVT Smart TV – 49,990 Naira
- Sony PS4 Slim – from 89,990 NGN (depending on bundle)
- HiSense 32-inch Full HD TV 32N2176H – 49,990 Naira
- Polystar 40-inch TV 40D15DVBT – 79,990 NGN
- Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus (with LTE) – 34,990 NGN
- Infinix Hot 5 Lite – 29,750 Naira
- Infinix Note 4 – 49,050 Naira
- Sony PS4 + FIFA18 – 99,990 NGN
- HP 255 G6 Laptop – 84,990 Naira
- Scanfrost SFC5402S Cooker – 41,999 Naira
- For more Deals Click Here
Jumia Black Friday 2017 is a festival running for 31 days starting on November 13, 2017 with over a million deals up for grabs. Jumia is promising new deals and giveaways everyday, flash sales several times per day, and up to 80% off some items at the store.
Last year (2016), Black Friday started early on Jumia from November 14. Jumia Black Friday 16 ran for 12 days from November 14 to November 25, 2016 with lots of juicy deals. Jumia Black Friday 2017 is taking things further with 31 days of exciting deals from Africa’s leading online store. This year’s Jumia Black Friday will run from November 13 to December 13, 2017 with lots of amazing deals being promised.
Jumia Black Friday deals may come with free shipping in Lagos as well as a couple of cities like Abuja, Ibadan, etc like was the case last year.
Other partners listed on the official page of Jumia Black Friday 2017 include Intel an HP (which means Laptops and maybe printers), Pampers, Philips, Fero, KLM, and Air France. Over 1,000 brands will be featured on Jumia Black Friday 2017 according to information on the official page. Check Here.
Last year, Jumia partnered with brands like HP, Infinix, Polystar, MTN, Binatone, Innjoo, Intel, and many more brands, this year is going to bigger with over a thousand brands involved.
For 31 days starting November 13 to December 13, 2017, Jumia will be offering amazing Black Friday deals. Jumia Black Friday 2017 will include Giveaways in the form of games like lottery and spinning wheel of fortune.
According to the information of the Jumia Black Friday page, prizes to be won in the lottery include fright tickets to Europe, Samsung 40-inch TVs, LG Home Theatre System, and brand new Ford Figo.
Black Friday 2017 is officially on November 24, 2017, however most online stores including Jumia are now extending the event beyond the one day.
Jumia Black Friday 2017
Here are Jumia Black Friday Deals:
- Sony PS4 console with FIFA 18 – 109,990 Naira
- Samsung 40-inch TV – 119,990 Naira
- Certified Refurbished iPhone 6 64GB – 99,000 NGN
- HP 15-inch Laptop – 84,990 Naira
- For more Deals Click Here
Exciting deals to expect on Jumia Black Friday 2017 include the Sony PS4 bundled with FIFA 18 game for 109,990 Naira.
Jumia Black Friday 2017 will also have flash sales. This will probably take the usual format of previous events. Every couple of hours between 8am and 6pm, Jumia will upload a couple of deals to the store so that consumers can grab them as fast as possible. Of course, the deals will not be permanent as they are only available while stocks last. Deals will be refreshed every three to four hours. It’s all about how fast you can secure each deal before it goes out of stock.
Jumi Black Friday 2017 promises over a million deals from over a thousand brands over the month long event. So, do not forget Jumia on Black Friday. To View Today’s Deals Click Here
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