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Black Friday 2019: Here’s the best deals from Game

With Black Friday just two days away, all the bulk shoppers need to gear up and be prepared. Here’s the best deals from Game.

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If you’re a bulk shopper and are looking to get some serious items into your basket, it’s time to gear up and get informed about the best Black Friday deals at Game. 

According to BusinessTech, Game has released its brochure containing some of its top deals for Black Friday 2019.

With the shopping storm set to commence on 29 November 2019, Game said that 95 of their stores will be open at midnight, while an additional 27 stores will be open at 06h00.

It added that a number of deals will be available through its online store.

Deals at Game this Black Friday 

Game said they have worked tirelessly to secure special deals with their suppliers. 

“We have worked to secure unbeatable deals with our suppliers for Black Friday. The range of products we have on special during Black Friday ranges from TVs, computers, appliances, cellular, baby products, DIY tools and much more,” said the retailer.

Their Samsung UHD Smart TV will be on sale at R7 999, when it was originally R10 999. The XBOX One will be on sale for R3 599 and was originally priced at R5 999. The Canon EOS 4000D Starter Bundle Camera is now R3 999 and was R4 999. 

Find the full brochure below: 

Black Friday deliveries at Game  

They also said they are committed to having all deliveries fulfilled within 7 to 10 working days during Black Friday. 

“You will pay R90 per delivery if you ordered online and there will be a R70 delivery fee per additional large appliance.”

Keeping the online store from crashing 

Game added that it has a number of plans in place to make sure their online store stays up during the rush.

“Game’s IT teams are working hard to ensure this doesn’t happen, including introducing more capacity to handle twice the number of online users compared to 2018.”

“We are working closely with PayU (a payment gateway for online purchases), SABC and all the South African banks, to ensure that we provide our customers with a seamless transaction and checkout experience.”