For most Ghanaians, Black Friday wasn’t a thing until ecommerce websites made it mainstream in 2013.
I’m yet to meet someone who doesn’t love discounts. Luckily, there’s an entire weekend devoted to discounts and it’s called Black Friday. Africa has been in on the whole fanfare and this year ecommerce and retailers are joining the train.
If you are like me and; are upgrading your gadgets, you should probably wait till Black Friday. Chances are you’ll get it at half the price. (Or maybe even up to 90% off if you're shopping on Tisu.com.gh in their special Black Friday sale)
What this means for you is that, you may probably get that new iPhone for about half the price, if you’re lucky. Here is a place you can get the best Black Friday sales.
Black Friday is basically the day major retailers across the world cut prices on their catalogue by as much as 90%. It’s the biggest shopping day in the world.
According to a report last year, shoppers in the UK spent £810 million on online purchases alone. This year, that number is expected to exceed £1 billion over the 24 hour period.
Black Friday was an exclusive American event for a long time but it has spilled over to other parts of the world. It’s traditionally the day after Thanksgiving; the fourth Thursday in November. This year, it falls on November 27.
And this year, Tisu.com.gh is promising it's highest discounts and lowest prices ever for an ecommerce website in Ghana. And as a special, their sale will run through Cyber Monday (the Monday after Black Friday), to December
For most Ghanaians, Black Friday wasn’t a thing until ecommerce websites made it mainstream in 2013. And for this special edition by Tisu, check all their prices at http://www.tisu.com.gh/black-friday