Takealot gets shaded on Black Friday for hiccups ... again
Takealot's Black Friday sale is a “scam”.
This is according to not-so-happy shoppers, who flocked to social media to complain that the discounts offered are not that significant.
Over the past few years, Takealot’s Blue Dot Sale has been hyped as the ultimate Black Friday extravaganza.
With so much advertising put into it, South Africans jumped on their phones and laptops at midnight to look for their first purchase.
However, some customers say that the prices were not reduced by as much as was promised.
Of course, tweeps jumped on to social media to express all their emotions.
Here is a snapshot of some of the reactions:
BLACK FRIDAY IS A SCAM?— Gladwin K?☀️ (@ManDeepest) November 29, 2019
Look below and see that Takealot is ripping off people with this black Friday nonsense 2 months back I bought a 64gb as card for R159, now on black Friday it's R169, Takealot says privious price is R466?? #Takealot #BlueDotSale pic.twitter.com/fvRJElrzCH
Guys #Takealot robs people EVERY BLACK FRIDAY. They increase prices, they take R1 off their "deals".— Theodorah Manjo †♡ (@MissManjo) November 29, 2019
Don't do it. Check out One Day Deals maybe. Takealot are complete crooks!
They pulled this stunt last year as well. Be careful. pic.twitter.com/x8TUZES8ov
#takealot i bought the toy for R105 and it was not on sale now on the blue dot sale you guys claim the original price is R119 and it been reduced to R90. I wonder how many other items have inflated incorrect original prices. pic.twitter.com/maI3IsrIQy— The Seed YaMchangane (@Ounalypse) November 28, 2019
The day many South Africans have been waiting for has arrived! People lined up at stores from 5am on November 29 2019 to make sure they were first in line to score some of SA's biggest deals.
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