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This is Why Jumia Food’s Black Friday is the Best Black Friday This Year




The short answer: everybody loves food.

It isn’t every time that all your favorite restaurants agree to sell your favorite food at half-price, or give you free food packs/drinks for each purchase, or free delivery to your location, or offer you a free pizza and other assortments.

It isn’t every time that you get to order from the most expensive restaurants and pay only a fraction of the cost — but thanks to Jumia Food’s Black Friday, that is exactly what you can do, starting today!

From today, the 25th of November to Monday, 28th of November, Jumia Food is giving out free deliveries to ALL your favorite Jumia Food restaurants — Ghana High, Chicken Capitol, White House, Shawarma & Co and hundreds of restaurants in Lagos and Abuja.

You know that Chinese menu you’ve always wanted to try? That pricey local delicacy? Here’s your perfect chance!

There are deals for everyone: free drinks, ‘Buy One Get One Free’ (BOGOF) deals and up to 50% off the price of your food!

If you’re interested — or a little curious — you can check out all the Black Friday Food Deals here

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  1. Chidinma

    November 25, 2016 at 11:46 am


  2. Ijebujesha

    November 25, 2016 at 2:03 pm

    What have Nigerian busiensses domiciled in N9geria and selling to Nigerians got to do with Black Friday. I think Nigerians as a people have the most inferiority complex in the world. No people, no nation try so hard to be Americans or Britons like Nigerians do. You want to be Britons,,you want to be Americans,,at the end of the day,,you cant help it,,you are actually of African ethnic origns. That’s serious identity crisis and it may just lie at the heart of why the country is in shambles.

    • Tara

      November 25, 2016 at 2:51 pm

      Nigeria is not the only country that has adopted black friday deals, Britain has too recently. America has commercialised the whole world. Their main interest is spreading capitalism. The main point of black friday is to start the Christmas gift shopping period.

    • Le coco

      November 26, 2016 at 4:00 am

      not just britain, even South Africa, some stores in kenya, Botswana etc.. im not saying i support black friday because of what it stands for

    • Anon

      November 26, 2016 at 4:12 am

      Why didn’t you type this is Yoruba? I hope you take Eyo festival and Ake festival as seriously as Valentines Day and Boxing Day. These moral high horsemen and moral uprights have destroyed this blog with their vile comments

  3. Sha=e

    November 25, 2016 at 3:31 pm

    Weldone jumia food…… order came so fast (was shocked) and the black friday deal makes sense ooo

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