- A South African woman shared her Black Friday grocery shopping strategy on TikTok, revealing how she saved R1,559.25 at Checkers
- The savvy shopper stuck to buying only items that were on special and used her Xtra Savings rewards card to maximise her savings
- The woman's impressive savings haul garnered praise from TikTok users, who applauded her innovative shopping approach
A South African woman took to social media to share a video of how she saved BIG on Black Friday.
The lead-up to Black Friday is often filled with excitement and anticipation as people eagerly await the start of the sales. This sense of excitement can be contagious, making the shopping experience even more enjoyable.
Woman saves over R1.5K on groceries
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She showed how she got a massive saving of R1 559.25 at the till after swiping her Xtra Savings rewards card.
In the comments section, the woman shared that she made sure to stick to buying items that were on special only. Shu! Talk about a good game plan and scoring a great deal.
Black Friday impresses Mzansi
Many netizens were impressed by how the woman saved so much money during her Black Friday grocery run.
"Now that's what I call a HUGE flex after that total dropped!!!!"
Gerda Best said:
"En dis hoekom ek my kaart na die tyd swipe. Love to see how it drops."
"Wow, dis amazing."
"Smart shopper indeed."
Cindy J commented:
"Same, bill was R2 300 but paid R800."
Ansoné Swart replied:
"Wens ons pay eers Maandag."
Black Friday in Gauteng misses the mark
In another story, Briefly News reported that Black Friday in 2023 was a bit different. The day of guaranteed big bargains inspired by American tradition usually brings excitement.
South African stores anticipated crowds to spend big like in previous years. Various factors, including weather, could have kept people away from shops. Black Friday goes slow in Gauteng. A look at malls in Johannesburg showed that Black Friday did not end in chaos over sales.
Stores in Johannesburg malls were full, just like any other payday weekend.
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Source: Briefly News