Top deals every Nigerian should target for cyber Monday
Cyber Monday, just as Black Friday, is new to Nigeria. Thanks to major online shopping portals, it will most definitely become a time-honored tradition in the country in no time. The day is as equally special to savvy shoppers who like to skip the Black Friday crowds or missed the post thanksgiving sale, as it gives them another opportunity to buy highly discounted products…from the comfort of their couch!
Xbox One console bundle with Gears of War, Walmart
Walmart, one of the major retailers in the world to unveil their Cyber Monday deals for the year, promised to make 2,000 online-only deals live on Sunday night at 5 p.m. PT, 8 p.m. ET. Included in those sales is the Xbox One console bundle with Gears of War and an extra wired controller. The product which normally goes for $350 will be offered for $300.
MEE audio Sport-Fi M6 In-Ear Headphones, Amazon
The MEE audio Sport-Fi M6 In-Ear Headphones are excellent Noise-Isolating that are highly coveted, and Amazon will be offering a 60% discount off the product come Cyber Monday. The earphones which normally go for $30 will be sold for $18. Amazon’s Cyber Monday deals will start early on November 28th and run through to December 5th, although, the company has not released the exact time each deal will be appearing during the period.
Samsung 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Best Buy
The Samsung 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV typically sold for $2,300 is being offered by best buy on Cyber Monday for $1,700. The electronics retailer shop included the advertisement in the sweet lineup of Cyber Monday deals meant to last for the duration of the Cyber Week. The price is valid November 29 through December 5. Purchasing this project gives you a chance to not just purchase a top electronic brand but to save as much as $600 as well.
DELL Venue 8 7000 tablet, DELL
Dell has been advertising their cyber Monday deals and one of these exciting deals is the Venue 8 7000 tablet, DELL. The product which normally goes for $400 will be going $199, live at 5 a.m. PT, 8 a.m. ET on Monday.
While most of these shops, including Walmart, BestBuy and Amazon, are not currently present in Nigeria, certain shopping apps have been made buying from branches of these shops in any part of the world and getting it delivered to Nigeria very easy. A most favorite is the Mall for Africa app, however you can alternatively rely on other mailing options including UPS, DHL or FedEx.