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Tweeps divided on how to tackle Black Friday

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While some mentioned they want to save their money this year, others were still unsure how to tackle this discount galore day.

Black Friday is fast approaching and many retailers have already started early special in anticipation of the shopping frenzy on November 29. 

A couple of years ago, the huge American discount shopping day following Thanksgiving started gaining traction in South Africa. 

And while the discounts locally didn’t come close to the 70% upwards sales in the States, South Africans joined in on the tradition of storming stores on this day in anticipation for the festive season in hopes of getting their hands on a good deal. 

This year, tweeps are already debating as to how they with tackle Black Friday. 

While some mentioned they want to save their money this year, others were still unsure how to tackle this discount galore day. 

#ThisBlackFridayWe keep on saving.pic.twitter.com/1D0tvWDlYb

— Mosa (@Mosa78410730)November 11, 2019

#ThisBlackFridayWe Are Using The WhatsApp Stokvel Money To Spoil Ourselves.. Don’t be guilty, you earned itpic.twitter.com/p59PMW1U70

— Lowkie ✨🥀 (@lowkie4_20)November 11, 2019

#ThisBlackFridayWe stock on all the “Back 2 School” specialspic.twitter.com/DRnsE0HUt7

— ● (@mizar_CDXX)November 11, 2019

#ThisBlackFridayWe only buy what we can afford and avoid dikoloto 😏😏

— 😍❤AngelEyes❤😍 (@Mo_AngelEyes)November 11, 2019

#ThisBlackFridayWe buy Christmas gifts for all our friends.

🔴🔥💯pic.twitter.com/u3TloNNR3w

— Crown Of Light👑 (@CrownOfLight3)November 11, 2019

Me thinking about all the things I’m gonna buy vs. What i see when i get to the shops#ThisBlackFridayWepic.twitter.com/BDDQUPMs7O

— 🐻Adorable Teddy🐻™️ (@TareinB)November 11, 2019

Some of us#ThisBlackFridayWe are not going to buy anything, and it’s not because we don’t have money we are just thankful for everything we havepic.twitter.com/LxG8rdiY2G

— 🤙WaNtshwara_Moss🤙 (@Preka_DonalDII)November 11, 2019

IOL