Massive noon.com Yellow Friday sale coming to the UAE

Save up to 80 percent on thousands of items during week-long sale

Massive noon.com Yellow Friday sale coming to the UAE

Get ready for a massive, healthy dose of savings, because local e-commerce giant noon.com has confirmed that it’s week-long Yellow Friday sale will return for 2019, following its launch last year.

And this time it’s aiming big. 25 million big, because the company is targeting that many unique shoppers across the seven-day sale event, which will take place in November, according to Arabian Business.

The sale will take place between Sunday November 24 and Saturday 30, and is promising massive discounts across an enormous range of products – across tech, gadgets, accessories and clothing. Discounts are expected to reach as high as 80 percent, and last year’s sale saw the number of sessions and orders increase by 300 percent, so it’s going to be big.

The announcement of the sale follows May’s massive sale, which offered up to 70 percent off thousands of items on the site, and June’s news that the Noon.com has scrapped all delivery fees on orders, in the face of growing competition from Amazon Prime.

So don’t miss your chance to bag an absolute bargain.
Nov 24-30. Noon.com

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