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Pick n Pay has launched weekly exclusive Black November ‘teaser’ deals for its online customers across Gauteng and the Western Cape in the lead up to Black Friday on 29 November.
Pick n Pay has launched weekly exclusive Black November ‘teaser’ deals for its online customers across Gauteng and the Western Cape in the lead up to Black Friday on 29 November.

Pick n Pay launches exclusive online Black November deals


Pick n Pay - Nov 4th, 13:04

Pick n Pay has launched weekly exclusive Black November ‘teaser’ deals for its online customers across Gauteng and the Western Cape in the lead up to Black Friday on 29 November.  

These ‘Black November’ deals will go live on Pick n Pay’s online shop every Monday at 7 am and will be valid for seven days or until stocks last.

The deals will offer up to 50% off across various categories including groceries, appliances, electronics, wine and liquor, household items and baby essentials.

Examples of deals on offer:
- 50% off the Russell Hobbs 36L Microwave/Grill, Silver Mirror Finish (was R1 999,00, now R999,00)
- Hisense 16kg Top Loader (Silver) is now R3 999,00, down from R5 999,00 (R2000 saving)
- For early Christmas presents, a Big Jim T-Rex Storage Box (140L) will be R159,00 (down 45% from R289,00).
- Finish Dishwasher Regular Tablets (56s) will cost R299,99 for 2 meaning that customers will pay R150,00 per pack instead of R218,99.
- Pampers Active Baby nappies will cost R169,99 per pack (down 27% from R232,99).
- A case of six 300ml cans of Coca-cola Regular, Fanta, Sparletta or Sprite and more varieties, will cost R38,00 (down 34% from 57,99). A case of Coca-cola Zero or Light will also be marked down 35% to R34,00 per case of six.

Pick n Pay ran weekly online Black Friday deals last November and it proved very popular with customers.

John Bradshaw, retail executive: Marketing at Pick n Pay, says that their website reported high levels of traffic during November. “Many customers signed up for our Black Friday emailer ahead of the time and logged onto the website minutes before new deals launched. Customers really enjoyed the opportunity to shop for different products throughout the month and not just on one day.”

He says that due to last year’s popularity, they’ve put extra measures in place to serve as many customers as quickly as possible.

“We’ve worked hard to offer more deals across more categories this year so that there is something for everyone. We’ve also enhanced our online shopping experience to make it easier for customers to find the deals they are after. For example, customers can easily shop the deals with the categories they are interested in.”

Pick n Pay’s online delivery capacity has also been ramped up to avoid any delays in customers getting their items. “Black November saver delivery slots will be available from this Saturday. This will be at a discounted rate and the customer’s order will be delivered during the day on their selected date. Should customers prefer to know when their order will arrive, they can still select from the typical morning or afternoon delivery slots."

“We wanted to make it easy and accessible for our customers to get great deals on their favourite or most wanted items ahead of Black Friday. Customers can conveniently shop from their home and have it delivered to their door at a time that suits them,” says Bradshaw.

The PnP Black November online deals will run weekly from 4 to 25 November 2019 and are exclusive to online Western Cape and Gauteng customers in the areas covered by Pick n Pay’s online shop delivery network.

Here are some online shopping tips from Pick n Pay to get the deals customers really want this Black Friday:

1. Register for an online account/update your profile before Black Friday deals go live: This is important if customers want to have the quickest access to online deals.

For new shoppers, it is advisable to create a profile and load a credit card to the site. This will ensure a quick and painless check out process on the day. For existing online users, make sure you know your password, and reset if needed, to avoid any delays when placing your Black Friday order. To register for Pick n Pay’s online shop, visit:

2. Create a Black Friday wish list: Customers can create a shopping list now of the items they’re wanting to buy this Black Friday. When the deals are live, customers can easily check whether there are great deals for those items. PnP online customers can create a shopping list here:

3. Add your loyalty card to your online account: Customers can further maximise their Black Friday savings by linking their Smart Shopper card to their online account. This means they’ll automatically earn points for all their online purchases.

Customers can sign up for alerts and be the first to find out about Pick n Pay’s Black Friday 2019 deals:

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