Jumia 6th Anniversary {2018} – The Second Black Friday

#Salebrate with Jumia

Missing the Jumia black Friday was a mistake, one you’d never forget in your life.

Missing put on the Jumia 6th anniversary celebration which comes with incredible discount could be even worse.

If the Jumia black Friday is anything to go buy, you’ll realize it’s the day when prices are slashed to an all-time low.

Black Friday is an event that comes once in a year, unequivocally it’s the best and only time to buy product online. But wait!

Well, lucky for you. The second time to binge on product discounts is on the Jumia 6th anniversary celebration fest.

Jumia 6th Anniversary Event Page

Jumia 6th Anniversary Deals, Offers & Discounts 2018

The anniversary starts from July 16-29, that’s nearly two weeks of exciting product offerings and discount.

Jumia has set up whooping discounts across different categories phones, Tv& Electronics, computing, groceries, health and beauty, baby products, home décor, men and women fashion, gaming and so much more. The event promises up to 1,000,000+ deals and up to 70% off your favorite brands.

There are also 500,000+ free vouchers to grab for extra discount. The surest way to get a voucher is by downloading the Jumia app, either on Google play or IOS app store.

What You Get from The Jumia Anniversary

  • Up to 1,000,000 deals – up to 70% off your favorite brands
  • 500,000 free vouchers for more discounts
  • Jumia Express – Consumers living in Lagos, Ibadan, Abeokuta, Abuja and PH can enjoy free shipping, no extra charges whatsoever.

Read: Jumia Mobile Week Date

About Jumia

The first company to launch, Jumia, is an online shopping website for electronics and fashion as a direct competitor to Kilimall and Konga. It launched in Lagos, in June 2012 and was followed by Jumia Market (formerly Kaymu), a community based online marketplaces in September of that same year. Jumia Travel (formerly Jovago), an online hotel booking platform was launched in Nigeria in June 2013, just before Jumia House (formerly Lamudi), Jumia Car (formerly Carmudi) and Jumia Food (formerly Hellofood). The last two services, Jumia Jobs and Jumia Deals were launched in April 2015.

In 2014, the company launched an office in Uganda.[3] In 2015, Jumia generated about $234 million in revenue which stands for a 265% growth from 2014.[4] As of 2016, Jumia had 126 operations across 23 African countries, thus covering 90% of African GDP and 3 million customers.[citation needed] In 2016, Jumia became the continent’s first unicorn being valued over 1 billion USD.[5] As of 2017, there are 126 websites in activity across 23 African countries.

Source: Wikipedia