Window shopping at Shoprite NigeriaNigerian Factor
Home | General | ( 2 ) | Subscribe Posted by Felix Okoli on Thursday July 12, 2012 17:13:14:
These chain of large shopping malls are opening up everywhere I go and more and more Nigerians are no longer going to the open market to buy household items based on negotiable prices since they can get most of these at low prices at shoprite. Well, talking about low prices, do they really offer the lowest? We'll still look into that later. Shoprite Nigeria is a large shopping mall opening up in many cities in Nigeria like Enugu, Lagos and Abuja. Anyway I know of 3 in Lagos which are @ The Palms Lekki, Adeniran Ogunsanya shopping mall Surulere and the Ikeja shopping mall Ikeja. Going for shopping, especially on weekends is what a lot of working middle class people tend to do and so if you are ready to see a lot of people at the mall, best if to go by weekends like Saturdays and Sundays. Other days are not so busy but in the evenings it tends to get there a bit.Do all people who go to Shoprite always go there to buy something? Certainly not! At times, one just feels the urge to go there to browse over the stock of items like wines, drinks, food and other household items and when you do, you are simply doing windows shopping.
Windows shopping literally refers to simply looking at a product through the transparent window, at the price tag or size maybe to get the sensation that you are shopping even though you are not. However, in reality, there's no window here as you are actually allowed to browse through the catalogue product lines at Shoprite without buying anything - Perhaps we'd call it shopping line browsing and it's allowed at shoprite. Windows shopping can be fun if you don't do it all the time else you might feel the guilt of always popping in and out of the shopping mall never buying anything. It can be really hard doing windows shopping at shoprite without ever buying something at one time. There are at times when you don't really know what to buy or even want to buy something but just feel like giving Shoprite a visit and then when you do, you get glued with their items which you know you mostly need.Windows shopping at Shoprite is good as it helps you keep an eye on prices of things you regularly use or may want to use in the future so it's like Amazon.s wish list or like adding items to your cart but postponing your checking out date. If you are going to shop at Shoprite, perhaps after a series of Window shopping visits, then you should go with cash or a debit card but I don't think you should go with all these naira credit cards as you might end up buying more than you actually need, in credit.
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