Xiaomi Kenya’s Black Friday Deal Throws in Maize Flour if You Buy the Redmi A1+. Ahem


Black Friday is here, and as usual, you can grab a lot of nice stuff from retail stores and online shops if you can look for a good deal keenly enough. This is the period when people can buy electronics cheaply, including phones and other home entertainment products.

Companies such as Samsung and OPPO have already discounted some of their products. Xiaomi has also joined the party and has announced that some of its smartphones can now be purchased at a slightly lower price. The purchases also include an extra gift to customers, so you might want to check the deals out.

As always, this promotional period started at the start of the month and will be concluded on 30 November.

This announcement comes a few weeks after the unveiling of the Redmi A1+ in Kenya. The new Redmi entry-level smartphone aims to provide excellent experiences to Kenyan customers and consumers. The phone will retail at the recommended retail price of KES 10,499 and will be one of the products on offer during this period. ­– Xiaomi Kenya in a statement

The said A1+ is an excellent device for the price, and if you want to know more about it, you can read its review here.


1. Redmi Note 11 – Get a FREE power bank

2. Redmi Note 11s – Get a FREE power bank

3. Redmi Note 11 Pro – Get a FREE weighing Scale 

4. Redmi A1+ – Get a FREE maize Floor 

5. Redmi 10C – Get FREE pack of sugar + cooking Oil 

6. Redmi 10A – Get FREE Sugar + Hand washing powder 

According to Xiaomi Kenya, users can also unlock the above deals for FREE, if they join #XiaomiPredictionKing campaign by predicting correct match scores during the World Cup. This campaign will run on Xiaomi Kenya’s Facebook Page from 19th Nov. 

The Black Friday campaign is running across all Xiaomi Stores, and partner retail stores in the country.

Ramadhan Hassan, Marketing Manager Xiaomi, says; “we recognize Kenya’s appetite for hi-tech electronic gadgets is growing and we aim to connect the brand with the targeted consumers to create and sustain the excitement of our increased acceptance and consumption of affordability and quality products.” 

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