Bustling Hanoi retail stores ahead of Black Friday
Fashion and clothing stores are usually the most popular destinations for customers on Black Friday.
A number of retail stores and shopping malls in Hanoi have offered discount programs to lure consumers as Black Friday is nearing.
Stores at Vincom Royal City are simultaneously offering discounts on Black Friday.
Shopping centers and street retail stores are offering eye-catching promotions.
Discount programs on Black Friday will last until November 29.
|Not only at retail stores and shopping malls, e-commerce sites also prepare for Black Friday in many different ways.|
Stores on Cau Giay street are offering discounts of up to 80%.
Stores in Nhon - Ho Tung Mau street hang early discounts banners.
Vibrantly decorated stores get ready for Black Friday.
Discounts of up to 70% attracts consumers to shop.
Stores on Cau Giay street are introducing rebate of up to 80%.
On this occasion, fashion clothes of big brands down prices by up to 80%.
Besides cloth shops, mobile stores are also offering discounts.
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