Black Friday: Over 50,000 Digital Natives Storm Yudala’s Online Store
By Gina Emmanuel
Over fifty thousand digital natives have stormed Yudala’s online store early this morning owing to the Black Friday’s fever.
Yudala is Nigeria’s pioneer online and offline e-commerce company.
According to investigation by gtechnews.com.ng shoppers have thronged the company’s website www.yudala.com since midnight to take advantage of the company’s Black Friday offers.
This year’s edition of Black Friday, a globally celebrated shopping festival, is being marked officially today, Friday November 24th, 2017.
From 12am, traffic on the Yudala website had grossed over 50,000 hits, with shoppers who placed their orders between the hours of 12am – 1am enjoying an additional incentive of free shipping of their orders nationwide. Furthermore, Yudala had made available over 500,000 Early Bird deals on its website for shoppers who place their orders between the hours of 12am – 11:59am today, Friday November 24th.
According to Vice President at Yudala, Prince Nnamdi Ekeh, the organisation intends to make the Black Friday, a memorable one.
Said he: “The ‘Early Bird Deals’run till 11:59am today so there is still ample opportunity for many Nigerians to enjoy our unmatched offerings.
“If you miss the early bird deals, then you can take advantage of our ‘Lunch Time Deals’, which runs from 12pm till 4:59pm today and if you fall into the class of those who prefer to do their Black Friday shopping later in the day, then you can enjoy our ‘Sunset Deals’from 5pm till 11:59pm. Also, shoppers who place their orders on the stroke of 11:11am or 12:12pm will get free tickets to the Yudala Christmas party.
“You also stand a chance to spin a wheel of fortune at six Yudala stores in Lagos today to walk home with a free gift. Simply visit any of the Yudala stores in Bode Thomas, Surulere; Admiralty Way, Lekki; The Palms Shopping Mall; Medical Road, Ikeja; Redemption Crescent in Gbagada or the one at Cherub Mall on Lekki-Epe Expressway to experience what Black Friday is all about, courtesy of Yudala”.