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 Every Monday at 7 am new Black November deals are loaded onto Pick n Pay’s online shop.
Every Monday at 7 am new Black November deals are loaded onto Pick n Pay’s online shop.

Online shoppers “spring clean” first week of Pick n Pay’s Black November deals


Pick n Pay - Nov 12th, 09:08

Pick n Pay launched its weekly Black November deals for its Gauteng and Western Cape online shoppers last Monday and customers wasted no time in reviewing and securing their favourite deals. 

Reporting a record number of visitors to the website, the demand for cleaning and household products appeared to be the most popular. The retailer offered many ‘Bonus Buys’, such as buy 5 Domestos Multipurpose Thick Bleach or Sunlight Dishwashing Liquid for R100,00.

The first deal to sell out was the Russell Hobbs 36L Microwave/Grill. The deal offered customers a 50% discount from R1 999,00 to R999,00 and sold out within three days.

The Grande Macaroni pasta (550GR) – marked down 27% from R10,99 to R7,99 – also sold out.

Items to restock pantries were some of the most searched and bought deals, says John Bradshaw, retail executive for marketing at Pick n Pay.

He adds that the online store also reported a record number of orders when compared to last year. “Our systems were able to keep up with the demand and our teams effectively managed and dispatched all orders to happy customers.”

To offer further savings, 1 000 customers will get free online delivery for their Black November purchases between 11 and 13 November with the voucher code DELIVERYDEAL. This week Pick n Pay’s “Black November saver delivery” slots will also be available to customers. This is a discounted rate for customers who don’t mind what time of the day their order is delivered. Should customers want their delivery to take place in the morning or afternoon, customers can still select the normal delivery option which allows them to select a delivery slot. For either delivery option though, customers are notified what time to expect their delivery on their selected date and can track their order.

Every Monday at 7 am new Black November deals are loaded onto Pick n Pay’s online shop. These weekly deals are exclusive to online customers across Gauteng and the Western Cape and are valid for seven days or until stocks last.

Some of this week’s deals include:
• 46% off the Mellerware 1.7l glass kettle (was R369,99 and now R199.00)
• Taurus Estilo Kettle & Toaster Pack for only R599,00 (down 53% from R1299,99)
• JVC 55inch UHD LED TV for R3 999,99 (down 33% from R5 999,99)
• Buy 2 PnP white sugar 1kg for R20 (save 50%)
• Colgate toothpaste (Great Flavour 150ml) will cost 14.99 (down 37% from R23,99)
• 30% off Ola Choc Vanilla Caramel 1.8L (was R54,99 and now R37,99)
• ‘Buy 2 for R30’ for selected Knorr Salad Dressing 340ml (save 48%) and ‘Buy 2 for R25’ for selected 100ml Robertsons mixed herbs and spices (save 47%)
• Nestlé Passions 300g for R49,99. Save R36.

“We are happy our customers enjoyed the first week of our Black November deals and are excited to share more great deals as we build up to our Black Friday weekend on 29 November,” concludes Bradshaw.

Pick n Pay online shoppers (in Gauteng and the Western Cape) can expect up to 55% off items across various categories including groceries, appliances, electronics, wine and liquor, household items and baby essentials.

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