There is only one day that can be black Friday in 365 days we have in a year… it’s going to be black because that day, lots of items, gadgets, and wearable’s will be sold at highly discounted prices.
I’m guessing you are already tired of your smartphone that repels updates, crashes all the time, and can’t even download a small WhatsApp doc. wait…keep your money till Black Friday… It’s so close.
Black Friday is a unique day in which most businesses record the highest sales and profit ever. Not only that, but goods are extremely cheaper compare to a normal day.
You can get a laptop of N130,000 for just N59,000, or get a high-end smartphone that costs N140,000 for N79,000…It’s too good to be real but one of the best time of the year to get your desired kinds of stuff online or anywhere else is on Black Friday.
Cross-check your gadgets, home appliances, and devices because it’s high time you get a replacement for them.
If you are using a 2GB RAM smartphone, it’s time to move to 4GB Ram; if you are using a 32-inch LCD TV, it’s to upgrade to Android 43-inch TV. By all means, make sure you are prepared to get something on Black Friday because it’s just once in a year.
Most of the new devices being launched recently will be so discounted come black Friday.
When is Black Friday 2020?
Beginning from November, most online stores will communicate their dates, and I’ll definitely pass it across to you but keep November 27 2020 in mind. Ecommerce stores like Jumia begin their Black Friday, Nov 6 – 30, Konga November 11 – Dec 12.
Whether you want to shop on foreign sites like Amazon, AliExpress, Gearbest, best buy, or sites like Jumia or Konga, insurance covers you.
By the way, what will you be getting on Black Friday?