Black Friday 2020 | Some of the best grocery and household deals - including really cheap nappies
- For those stocking up for December, the range of discounted household products and food may seem a bit more limited on Black Friday.
- Still some discounts are deep, and nappies attracted a lot of competitive pricing this year.
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Black Friday is an important day for bulk-buyers who are stocking up for the festive season.
While the range of discounted offers seemed smaller this year, some discounts were deep. Some products attracted a lot of competitive pricing, with retailers seemingly battling it out over nappies.
Here are some of the best offers we could find:
Spar-letta 2-litre - R20 for two. Shoprite
The offer is only available on 27 November, and you have to use the Xtra Savings Rewards card.
Pampers Baby-Dry nappies (various sizes, from 94 nappies) - R159.95 Dis-Chem
While Pick n Pay also has attractive deals on nappies this year (below R190), Dis-Chem has a stand-out offer. But take a look at Shoprite too - on select Pampers nappies, Shoprite offers a R110-for-two offer, provided you buy with the Xtra Savings Rewards card,
Omo Auto Washing Powder 2kg - 3 for R99 Checkers
Two catches: You can only get this saving with the Checkers Xtra Savings Rewards card, and this saving is only on 27 November.
Listerine Mouthwash 1l Zero - R54.94 was (R89.95) Dis-Chem
This is an exceptionally deep discount.
HTH Granular Mineral Soft 8kg - R249.00 (was R329) Pick n Pay
This is a lot cheaper than we could find elsewhere - but you have to have a SmartShopper card.
Black Cat Crunchy Peanut Butter, 800g - R49.99 (was R68.99) Game
Game has a couple of strong offers this year, including the one below.
Twinsaver toilet rolls one-ply (15s) - R59.99 (was R79.99) Game
Rama 70% Fat Spread 500g R2 for R30 - Shoprite
You need to use the Xtra Savings Rewards card to get this saving.
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