HOT Amazing 80% Discount Deals On Jumia This Week

Yes Jumia is here with a counter mega deal to fix what Konga didn't do at their recent 80% discount sales which left most customers disappointed as most of the products on the deal were sold below the 80% discount rate as advertised except deals on fashion. The good news is that Jumia want to use Konga's weakness to promote and add more customers to their list by introducing the exact 80% discount on products you buy on the D-day.
Game of Deals. Discounts are Coming

In case you are eyeing any phone, laptop, home theatre, refrigerator, LED TV, AC and anything you can think of including fashion materials, this is a great opportunity for you to get those gadgets at a very cheap price without having to break the bank.
It's obvious Konga disappointed their esteemed customers few weeks ago when they advertised similar deal but we are optimistic Jumia will not follow that footstep come October 22nd which is on Thursday. Konga called it Game of Deals and its simple.

The 80% Jumia mega game of deals will open at exactly 10am and ends at 4pm on the same day which means its a 6 hour crazy deal at Jumia so don't miss out this great opportunity. Let me give you a glimpse of what you might see that day; imagine buying a N35,000 smartphone at just N8,000. Yes, its possible with Jumia 80% discount sale this week and their is no harm in trying. Just make sure you check this page on Thursday 22nd October as its going to be updated with the latest developments as regards to this mega deal and the Jumia link to the deal page is also here.

If you don't like what you see that day, of course you are free to logout that's why I said you should try as much as possible to be available on Jumia that day to see how the deals look like.

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Don't be left out
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1 comment:

  1. Discount of 80% is damn too much. The goods are virtually free