The Black Friday 2020 deals are set to be at all Shoprite Uganda stores including Lugogo, Clock Tower, Acacia, Village mall and Victoria mall Entebbe.
Africa’s largest food retailer, Shoprite Supermarket has announced five days of Black Friday valid from 25th to 29th November 2020.
Black Friday is normally used when referring to a big shopping day, it is usually held on the last Friday of the month.
As a way of creating a strong bond with its customers, Shoprite usually organises one Black Friday every single year where they extensively lower prices for most of their commodities.
But this time around Shoprite is doing it differently, they have organized five days of shopping to enable customers to get access to all their favourite goods including a variety of food products, household goods and small appliances at the lowest possible prices with Shoprite has announced up to a 50% discount off on almost all sold commodities.
Goods ranging from plates, cups, sodas and other eatable items to bigger household items are all set to be available at extremely reduced prices.
The Black Friday deals are set to be at all Shoprite Uganda stores including Lugogo, Clock Tower, Acacia, Village mall and Victoria mall Entebbe. Shoprite still urges its customers to utilise any of their nearest branches to save time.
Besides the upcoming sales days, Shoprite as well continues to urge it’s esteemed customers to visit any of their nearest branches and acquire commodities of their choice in one-stop including fresh bread or baked treats, in-house butchery or wine from 10 of the world’s best wine-producing countries.
With now Christmas also fast approaching, this can be a big chance for anyone to shop early and save themselves the burden of having to spend even more as most traders tend to increase prices for their commodities during the festive season.
As a big retail shop in the country, Shoprite aims to meet customers’ needs through providing them with easy access to different goods and services at relatively different prices from buying airtime and tickets to paying bills and doing safe and convenient money transfers.
Shoprite has operated in Uganda since 2000 when it first launched its first store. It started with a high-end store in downtown Kampala on Ben Kiwanuka Street, before opening two others in Lugogo and Naalya.
Currently, it has five branches in the country with about 300 employees.