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Game offers groceries at wholesale prices

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With the rising cost of living in South Africa, especially the surging food prices highlighted in recent reports, General Merchandiser Game is offering customers grocery items at wholesale prices. From 9 August, Game will offer select dry grocery staples and toiletries at a notable discounted price.

Mark Scott, Vice President of Merchandise at Game, states, "The iGroza campaign embodies our commitment to supporting our customers during these tough times. By offering top-quality grocery items at wholesale prices, we aim to empower our customers to stretch their budgets further and try in our own way to make life more affordable."

Game will offer items such as a 410g tin of Rhodes Baked Beans for R9.99 and a 2L bottle of Sunfoil Sunflower Oil for R62.99. The retailer has also partnered with OneCart to start delivering from selected Game stores within 1 hour.

These iGroza items are available in all Game stores year-round, with new deals being introduced every two weeks in line with consumer shopping trends. “We continue to adapt to meet our customers’ needs, and to ensure that anyone who shops with us will get the best value – including groceries.” concludes Scott.

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