Anyone who is appreciative of life (being counted as a living being) would have expectedly celebrated the new month, November, one way or another. It is indeed a feat to see the penultimate month of a year. That said, a lot things make the penultimate year special besides being alive, one is that; it is the birth month of some people (congrats by the way). That said, those who are not in this month may be wondering what it is to look forward to. Well, I will tell you. November is the month for money savers and value buyer’s. How you may ask? I will clue you in, November is the black month and black is November.
Haven’t figured it out yet? OK, here it is, November is the month of Black Friday’s!!! Yeah, massive price slash on special days or day by stores online and physical stores. Nearly all e-commerce and brick and mortar store’s, the world over, will be featuring a day on which they will be selling goods at dirt cheap or affordable price. The said day is called “Black Friday”. Traditionally the sales start at the stroke of midnight, through to the next midnight (12am Friday morning to 12 am Friday night). However, overtime black Friday has evolved into black week for some online and offline stores. This is the case of Africa’s largest online store, Jumia. Jumia will be hosting a black week and three black days (am not making this up, by calculation that is what it is going to be, It starts from 14 – 25 of November). The e-commerce company promises a 50% slash of prices. There are lot of interesting products on display already. So get your money set to take advantage of a flux of jaw dropping offers.
Other notable e-commerce stores such as, Konga, Kaymu, Yudala etc. will also be hosting their black Friday or black week, we will definitely find out if it’s the former or latter when they make it known to us. Meanwhile, international e-commerce stores such as; Ali express will be hosting their Black Friday on the 11th. For now, go and get ready. So you don’t end up just dropping your jaw when you see the prices at which gadgets and other things are being sold and not purchasing them.