Carrefour Friday: Shop at Carrefour Kenya For 50% Off in November

The savings offer will cover a wide variety of categories, including baby products, cleaning and household products, and electronics and much more

Lynnet Okumu
Carrefour Diani Centre Point Plaza in Diani, Kwale County.

Carrefour Kenya is holding a massive early November sale with tons of delightful product deals.

The retailer has announced savings of up to 50 per cent through November across its stores countrywide, dubbed ‘Carrefour Friday’, on a wide variety of categories, including electronics, cleaning and household products, clothing, outdoor, and many more.

“Affordability and value are important to us at Carrefour, and our generous November promotions allow our customers to shop with a little more comfort during these times of uncertainty,” Franck Moreau, Regional Director — East Africa, Majid Al Futtaim.

“Every year, our customers enjoy unbeatable discounts on their favourite items, and this year is no exception. And, our commitment to them remains unchanged: to offer the highest quality at the lowest possible price in our stores.”

According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), inflation rates increased for the eighth consecutive month from 5.56 per cent in March to 9.6 per cent in October 2022, with high prices recorded on essential household products such as food and non-alcoholic beverages.

Other sectors experiencing inflation pressure include transport, housing and utilities.

The number of Carrefour stores in Kenya increased to 18 with the opening of Kilimani and Valley Arcade branches in mid-2022, as the retail leader aims to increase its market share and penetration.

Currently, Nairobi is home to 14 Carrefour supermarkets and hypermarkets spread across the city in various malls.

These include the Hub, the Village Market, Galleria Shopping Mall, the Sarit Centre, the Junction Mall, Thika Road Mall, Two Rivers Mall and Southfields Mall.

Other stores are in United Mall and Mega Plaza in Kisumu and City Mall and Center Point Mall in Nyali and Diani, respectively.

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Lynnet Okumu

LA writes on various subjects, from family, relationships, and health to commodities in East Africa. She is a graduate of Journalism and Mass Communication from Masinde Muliro University. She is an advocate for women's and children's rights.

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