LG is offering massive discounts in Kenya on select products this Easter season

LG East Africa is giving shoppers more reasons and ways to celebrate this Easter season. Through LG Something Better campaign, shoppers will enjoy massive discounts and after-sales-services that include free delivery, free installation and a 2-year warranty.

The company has made the deal more enticing by partnering with vendors across the country, bringing this goodness closer to its customers. All you need to do is step into any LG branded shop or LG partner to make your purchase.

LG has partnered with retailers such as Carrefour, Opalnet, Naivas, and Hotpoint to spread the goodness of Easter to all its customers.

The discounts come as a befitting gift at a time when shoppers are doing everything possible to stretch every shilling. You will save between Sh. 51,000 and Sh.82,000 on a range of refrigerators on offer. The LG Instaview refrigerator 426(L) is now retailing at sh. 299, 995 saving shoppers Sh.82,000. The 66(L) side by side refrigerator has been slashed to Sh. 158, 995 and will save you sh. 51,000.

The Celebrate Pasaka na LG campaign is running concurrently with LG LG Something Better initiative which aims at ensuring that shoppers enjoy a range of quality products from LG.

LG East Africa Managing Director Sa Nyoung Kim says, “Through our latest innovations and products, our goal is to help our customers live a better, richer and more convenient life. With this year’s Easter Campaign, we present a great chance for everyone to choose this better life not just for today but for tomorrow too”.

Shoppers will enjoy these discounted products between April and May this year. It’s the best time to upgrade to one of the most innovative OLED and NanoCell  TVs in the market.

The OLED 55 TV is selling at Ksh.169,995, saving you Sh. 54,500. You can also pick the NanoCell 65Nano080 retailing at Sh.159,995 and get a discount worth Sh.64,000. There are several other options to explore.

“This is also an opportunity for Kenyans to replace or upgrade their home entertainment or appliances that they have had for a long time to new, modern technology and more efficient appliances.”

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