Get more value for your money this month-long Black Friday special

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(Image: Getty Images)

It’s November and twinkling Christmas decorations are already adorning homes and malls alike. By now, you've most likely have turned your attention to your festive season shopping list, and you might be wondering where you can snag some last-minute festive deals ahead of Christmas. Well, Game, South Africa’s most Googled retailer during Black Friday 2019, has got you covered. 

Since announcing they’ll be holding weekly Black Friday deals and specials all November long, Game is taking things a step further for their customers by extending their operating hours. Shoppers can now increase their chances of snapping up the last of the exciting deals lined up and save ahead of Christmas.   

The extended trading hours are as follows: 

  • 25 – 27 November: 06:00 – 20:00
  • 28 November: 8:00 – 18:00
  • 29 November: 09:00 – 17:00 

*Trading times may vary per region. Please go to to check out trading hours for your store. 

And that’s not all. Remember to keep the following in mind to maximise your shopping experience with Game this November: 

Delivery services 

Anticipating a surge of online purchases in November, Game has upped its delivery game. Customers can now expect a 10 – 14-day delivery time for all Black Friday orders. The delivery fee will be capped at R90, but additional charges will be included on large items like fridges and chest freezers. These items carry a R70 surcharge per item, per order. 

In addition to their existing online store delivery service, Game will also be running deliveries through Uber Eats. After initiating a partnership with Uber Eats during level 5 lockdown, they’ve kept the partnership alive for their November campaign. This service will now provide home and office essentials. 

Save even more with Game’s ‘1 Cent Price Surprise’ 

The hugely popular 1 Cent Price Surprise is back by popular demand! After launching this initiative during Black Friday in 2019, it became a hit. While snagging Black Friday deals in-store or online, customers can stand a chance to save even more by paying just one cent at checkout for selected products. Winners of the one cent items will be randomly selected during the month of November and if you’re the lucky winner, you walk away with an amazing item – for just one cent! This offer is valid from 2 to 29 November. Visit Game’s website for the Ts and Cs and more information on how it all works. 

Don’t miss a beat 

Ensure you don’t miss a minute of the deals. Stay up to date by viewing the latest Black Friday deals from Game or signing up to the newsletter. And some hot deals from earlier weeks will be making a comeback before the month ends - so keep your eyes and pockets peeled for the exciting offers up for grabs!

This post is sponsored by Game produced by BrandStudio24 for News24. 

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