Esselunga outclasses the competition: sensational discounts on electronics



The famous chain of department stores Esselunga tries to outsmart all the competition on electronics during Black Friday

The long-awaited Black Friday is fast approaching. The most convenient day of the year in terms of discounts and promotions is about to land in Italy. But already nowadays you can find really sensational offers on all kinds of products.

The Esselunga supermarket chain (web source)

E-commerce sites in particular are anticipating Black Friday deals. But there are those, like the department stores of the Esselunga chain, who are ready to amaze their customers with unmissable flyer offers.

This quintessentially Italian chain is known for its food-oriented supermarkets, with products often available at great and discounted prices for families. But during these hours, a flyer was published regarding the electronics department, with really wonderful promotions.

Esselunga anticipates Black Friday: all the offers on electronic devices not to be missed

The flyer published by Esselunga covers all the brand’s stores in Italy. Just go to any of the supermarket chains these days to find the deals on the listed electronics. The Esselunga leaflet for electronics (web source)

It starts from prices of a minimum of 98 euros, sufficient for the purchase of a Xiaomi Redmi 9AT mobile phone, up to a maximum of 899 euros, the price of which is tied to the iPhone 13.

There are many practical proposals for the price-quality ratio launched by Esselunga. Like an iPhone SE 2020, available on the flyer for 399 euros. Or an iPhone 11, still a resolutely innovative model, available for 498 euros.

Other brands of smartphones are also in the catalog. The OnePlus Nord Ce 2 lite was offered by Esselunga for 189 euros. Similar prices also for other latest generation mobile phones on the market: Galaxy A13, Oppo A76, Oppo A54s, Motorola Moto G22, Redmi Note 10 Pro (the most “expensive” at 219 euros), etc.

These promotions are part of the launch of the Esselunga Black Days, which will presumably last all week, while reduced stocks last.

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