Mega retail chain Game has unveiled its second batch of Black Friday 2021 deals, including a complete catalogue where eager shoppers can find them.
For the second year in a row, Game is running its deals over the entire month – not just on Black Friday, which will be on 26 November 2021.
The first week has already run its course (ending Tuesday, 9 November), while the second batch of specials will run from 00h01 on Wednesday (10 November) until 16 November.
According to Game vice-president Andrew Stein, the deals will only be valid for the week they are launched and will not be available again.
Game Black Friday 2021 catalogue (week 2)
You can view or download the Game Black Friday 2021 catalogue for week two here.
This year, the popular retailer has added another promotion called the “Price Beat Promise,” which it says will guarantee customers the lowest possible price on every item it stocks.
“Where our shoppers find a product cheaper, whether in-store or online, they are now able to make use of our Price Beat Promise, which guarantees them the lowest price on every item we stock – both before and after their purchase,” Stein explained.
“This means that there is no need to hold off on their purchase to see if there is a better price in the market at a later date as they can always claim their Price Beat after their purchase.”
Stein explained that if a customer finds a product stocked by Game cheaper elsewhere, they can bring in the valid leaflet to any of Game’s 118 stores in South Africa.
The customer can then purchase the item at the lower price, less a further 10 percent on the difference between prices.
Furthermore, if a customer finds a product they have purchased from Game cheaper elsewhere, within 21 days of their purchase, they can bring in the valid leaflet to any of Game’s 118 stores along with their till slip. They are then eligible for a refund of the difference between the prices, plus a further 10 percent on the difference.
According to Stein, South Africans are increasingly turning to online shopping in response to various government restrictions aimed at containing the pandemic.