Consumers Not Impressed With SA Black Friday Deals. Black Friday is here, and so is the crazy. Many people were up as early as 2am. Some people however feel that the Black Friday deals in SA are not enticing. They regard the whole concept as normal sale.
— Shuri (@LeleNtobo) November 23, 2018
Lol South Africa is this your black Friday? pic.twitter.com/R8VX8zLqPE
— Summer 🐦 (@Mali_Mavimbela) November 23, 2018
— Meryno (@merino_za) November 22, 2018
South Africa has no clue what Black Friday is ACTUALLY supposed to be! 20% off isnt it, beloveds 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Black Friday is a stock clearance sale, not designed to generate a profit. Everything goes at cost, or 85% off >>>>
Y'alls 15% off issa joke madhalings 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/ukrKH9I5ON
— Mbali ka Macingwane (@mamchunu) November 23, 2018
— I am Jason (@jasonh_sa) November 23, 2018
Black Friday is really trash in South Africa. What a joke my darling. 30% sales. We get that every time anyway. Exploitation is real because of the hype. Use your money wisely. These are everyday sales. Don't force yourself if you not ready for it. Trash compared to abroad sales!
— Inno Matijane (@innomatijane) November 21, 2018
Black Friday in South Africa is truelly horrible.. Black Friday has nothing to do with South Africa its an American thing and to top it all off the South African specials are a joke last year some stuff was even more expensive on "black Friday special" all marketing nonsense
— Dons Plays (@itsdonsplays) November 19, 2018
I’m really disappointed that Black Friday deals in South Africa are not really worth it, as the deals in the US, we get small percentages off, who’s in agreement here? #ChooseDay
— Neeta Raga-D (@neetaraga) November 20, 2018
I honestly think South Africa doesn’t understand the concept of Black Friday,
It’s 50-80% off , not 20%
Most companies just advertise their useless specials to ride the band wagon I guess.
— ; (@seedxti) November 15, 2018