Huawei announced that it has launched its Black Friday sale for 2020 on its online store.
“We’re almost there! The end of 2020 – a tumultuous and trying year – is finally insight, and to help lift our spirits and keep us sailing through the last two months of the year, Huawei has officially launched its mega-deal Black Friday sale, its Grand Online Store Opening,” said the company in a statement.
The tech giant noted that customers can look forward to deals of up to 80% off on products.
“This year, Huawei is making sure that nobody is left behind, and is offering some amazing deals of up to 80% off some of their top products, including the innovative Huawei Watch GT series, the sleek and stylish HUAWEI Y series and even the company’s wide range of routers that offer seamless connectivity in every corner of your home,” said Huawei.
Huawei also added that it will deliver orders over R499.
“Worried about going into crowded shopping malls during Black Friday madness? Don’t! Huawei is bringing everything you want straight to the comfort of your home for all orders over R499. So whether you’re in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg or wherever else the world of remote working has taken you, Huawei’s got your back and will make sure you get your devices with more than enough time to wrap them up for your loved ones, or for yourself (self-love is important too!).”
Head on over to https://consumer.huawei.com/za/offer to find out more and take advantage of these awesome Black Friday deals, which are available until 30 November.
The company is also giving away prizes, so users can register for the Spin and Win lucky draw to reap rewards of up to R28,999.
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