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Monday, 23 October 2017


Jumia Market Tanzania announces the launch of Black Friday this November, giving Tanzanians access to more deals than ever before. Exclusive deals and discounts of up to 75% will be revealed across all product categories including electronics, appliances and fashion - and for the first time, the leading online marketplace will offer Black Friday discounts for a 11 days period. Selected discounts will launch from Friday  24th November leading up to Friday 4th December, when Jumia Mall will unlock the best of the best deals.
Last year, Jumia Market’s Black Friday broke records by attracting 17x more orders than on a normal day and 10x more traffic. Jumia Mall Tanzania ’s Marketing Manager, aims to surpass customers’ expectations with exclusive deals this year: “We understand that consumers in Tanzania have faced a rough year economically. With customer satisfaction as our top priority, Black Friday will last 11 days to give even more people the opportunity to shop for discounts.”
The leading online marketplace advises consumers to research their favorite products in advance, and place them on their wish list to prepare for the discounts. For convenience, you can receive your order at your home or office - or at the pickup stations in Kariakoo/Masaki(Nakumatt super market first floor and City Mall Hubs - Dar es Salaam. Jumia Mall will continue to post updates on its social media platforms to keep fans informed about all things to do with Jumia Tanzania Black Friday and all the activities to be rolled out.
“With vast of activities that fans will get to win different giveaways,Will provide awesome deals that are worthwhile and put a smile on our customers” Says Albany. With Wheel of fortune(Spin and Win),Lottery and gift vouchers this black Friday will be Bigger, Better and with more deals.

About Black Friday

 “Black Friday” originated from the U.S. and from the phenomenon that takes place after the day of thanksgiving, when retailers see a pike in sales. The day became the biggest shopping day of the year with retailers offering discounts and special deals. Now, “Black Friday” is a global movement and Ugandans search for the best deals and discounts they would otherwise not get on a regular day.

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