Consumers are getting ready for Black Friday, as major retailers across South Africa will offer promotional sales tomorrow.
Consumer journalist, Wendy Knowler, says buyers should do some research before picking that item on sale.
Knowler says some retailers take advantage of Black Friday, and lie about original prices.
One major toy retailer advertising a Black Friday special said a toy was R1500 and now R900, saving of R600. One woman said she saw the same car as recently as yesterday on sale for a R1000.— Wendy Knowler, consumer journalist
You must find what the normal price is to make sure that there is no Black Friday price manipulation going on.— Wendy Knowler, consumer journalist
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This article first appeared on 702 : Pitfalls for #BlackFriday shoppers