Jumia Black Friday Begins Today… What to Expect For The 12 Days

Jumia Black Friday begins today, don’t miss out, should in
case you have items, gadgets, or perhaps eye catching materials you’ll love to
pick up, take advantage of the season. I’ll always keep you updated on what to
expect each day as it unfolds.

Jumia Black Friday will run for 12 days and these are what
you should expect for the 12 days;
November 14th: Upgrade you house with Binatone, Polystar. Up
to 25% Discount on Gas cookers, Electric cookers, Micro Wave ovens, Rice
Cookers e.t.c

November 15th: Kitchen Essentials Up to 45% Discount on kitchen Utensils.

November 16th: Father and Son
With Casio and Hush. Up to 50% Discount on Smart Watches, Shoes, Shirts e.t.c
(for men and the boys)

November 17th: Mother and Daughter with Casio and Canill. Up to 50% Discount on
Female wrist watches, Hills gowns e.t.c (for mums, ladies, and girls)

November 18th: Toddler’s Treat. With Pampers and Kimberly Clark. Up to 55%
Discount on babies.

November 19th: Explore New Horizons. Up to 30% Discount on JUMIA Travels and
November 20th: Enhance Your Phone with MTN and Mansard. No Discount

November 21th: Entertain Yourself with Sony. Up to 30% Discount on Games, radio
sets and Television sets e.t.c

November 22nd: Upgrade Your Phone with Tecno, Infinix, Innjoo. Up to 20%
Discount on Phones, Tablets, Chargers e.t.c

November 23rd:
Upgrade Your PC with HP, Intel, Acer. Up to 20% Discount on
Laptops, Desktops e.t.c

November 24th: Treat Yourself with Zaron. Up to 30% Discount on Lipsticks, Eye
shadows, Lip pencils e.t.c (for ladies)


Still more to come…
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14 thoughts on “Jumia Black Friday Begins Today… What to Expect For The 12 Days”

  1. Hello Prof, I wanted buying a smartphone from gearbest on Friday but PayPal declined my Mastercard when I contacted them, they said it is my CARD issuer that restricted them from going through with the transaction.
    So I contacted my BANK (FIRST BANK) and the guy in charge said it is CBN policy and it is all over and not just first Bank.

    Have you or anyone experience this recently?


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