Stores to watch for Black Friday


This year (2017) Black Friday falls on 24 November and many stores are excited about promoting what they have in store for their consumers.  Initially, Black Friday was first brought to South Africa by Checkers, but over the years more stores have latched onto the frenzy. Consumers are expected to crowd shopping centers countrywide, as the Black Friday craze hits stores all across South Africa once again. This is the perfect time to get all your festive season shopping done and dusted, so that you are not caught in the trap of doing last minute shopping and paying exorbitant festive season prices. People have saved all-year long for this; people have taken off from work for this; ads, emails and social media posts have already been flooding in to get South Africans ready for the biggest sale of the year! Are you ready? We have found some of the stores that have great Black Friday Deals, including online stores, so make sure you keep an eye out on these stores to get the best deals.

Stores to watch for Black Friday:

  • Pick n Pay
  • Price Check
  • Game
  • HiFi Corp
  • Bidorbuy
  • Checkers
  • Dion Wired
  • Dischem
  • iStore
  • Zando
  • Travelstart
  • Takealots Blue Dot Sale
  • Amazon
  • First Shop
  • Raru.co.za
  • OneDayOnly
  • Loot
  • Makro
  • Spree
  • Superbalist
  • Multichoice
  • DSTV
  • Samsung SA
  • Clicks

We want you to get the best deals this Black Friday, because at National Debt Advisors (NDA) we want you to save as much money as you possibly could. The last thing we want is for South Africans to find themselves indebted, which is why we think that taking advantage of Black Friday offers a win-win situation for all, if you can afford it. If not, it would be best to rather avoid temptation and stay away from stores so that you don’t find yourself spending credit and money you already don’t have.

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