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PricePointe Club is Launching Nigeria’s First Exclusive Wholesale Club?? | April 20th



If you are familiar with Costco, then get excited because PricePointe Club is launching a members-only wholesale club in Ilupeju, Lagos.

On the 20th of April 2019, all roads will lead to Ilupeju as we will be taking a first inside look at the first ever exclusive wholesale club in West Africa, the PricePointe Club.

Date: Saturday, April 20th, 2019.
Time: 8 am
Venue: 6 – 10 Industrial Crescent, Ilupeju, Lagos

PricePointe Club is pioneering this world-class multi-Brand to provide a one-stop lifestyle shopping experience for Nigerians who want to shop things in bulk conveniently, at a world-class environment that’s convenient for them and their families, and most importantly, at really great prices.

With products and services sourced directly from manufacturers and providers, PricePointe club members will enjoy groceries, household items, appliances, insurance, flight tickets, petrol, diesel, and more at massive discounts you won’t find anywhere else. Retailers can also buy less than a carton but still enjoy Wholesale prices, as well as the convenient opportunity to shop from 6 am every day, including Sundays.

To learn more or get your membership today, call on +234 700 P POINTE (0700 776 4683) or visit

The launch event will bring together some of Nigeria’s most respected individuals, celebrities and will be hosted by the one and only Chioma Omeruah, popularly called, Chigul!

Members who register on or before our launch day will be automatically entered into a raffle draw for a giveaway at the launch event and the prizes include: rent up to 2 Million Naira for 1 lucky winner, school fees up to 1 Million Naira for 2 lucky kids; as well as free groceries, travel tickets, & auto insurance for a year.

So, pack your bags and get ready to shop #EverythingYouLove on the 20th of April, 2019 at 6-10 Industrial Crescent, Ilupeju, Lagos!
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