Gondwana offers crazy Black Friday, Cyber Monday specials

26 November 2019 | Tourism

Customers have been urged to take advantage of the Gondwana Collection’s Black Friday specials by visiting Gondwana House or logging into the company’s web store.

Gondwana Collection group sales manager Gerhard Swart says customers can expect to find great specials on offer.

“Black Friday sales will take place online and on our web store. Customers can access the web store by logging into https://store.gondwana-collection.com/ worldwide. Our customers will get a 50% discount on bed and breakfast at any of our accommodations. This also includes our ‘Secret Collection’, the Desert Whisper and Namushasha River Villa,” says Swart.

“We also have a Cyber Monday and anyone that missed it on Friday can still get the same discount on Monday. For both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the bookings is for the period from 1 December 2019 to 30 June 2020. Payment must be on the same day as the booking.”

Swart said on Black Friday a voucher promotion will exclusively take place in Windhoek at their head office, which is situated at 42 Nelson Mandela Avenue in Klein Windhoek.

According to Swart, there will be five different price categories for customers to choose from. “We will start early in the morning with the lowest categories first. The vouchers will be sold on a first come, first served basis, with a maximum of 50 vouchers being sold per person.” Terms and conditions wil apply.

The prices will range from N$199 for the cheapest voucher, N$299, N$399, N$499 and N$599.

“We expect there will be enough vouchers available, but we urge people to come early for the best prices or to avoid disappointment. The vouchers are valid from 1 December 2019 to 30 June 2020. We highly recommend to people to make use some of the vouchers for the Etosha King Nehale Lodge that is opening on 1 May 2020,” Swart said.

“If you are not in Windhoek that day, get your friends, family, colleagues to come and stand in line for you and reward them with a voucher.”

One voucher is valid for one person for bed and breakfast for one night.

Sales will start from 06:00 and end at 18:00 or until they are sold out, Swart explained.

“Food trucks and beverages will also be available onsite, while Hit Radio will host their morning show at our office.”

Customers will be able to use card facilities and the PayToday application, while a Bank Windhoek ATM will be available for those who will need cash to pay for their vouchers.

Bookings will not be facilitated at Gondwana House, but instead at the booking offices at 11 Hugo Hahn Street in Klein Windhoek.

“Namibia is our inspiration and we want our fellow countrymen to experience and see the country the way we do,” Swart said.

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