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Halfway Day deals revealed at Builders, Makro and Game

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On 28 June, Game stores will run its third Halfway Day sale in South Africa along with Makro and Builders – offering deep discounts on selected, best-selling items, including appliance, electronics and winter essentials.

The sale will once again run both in-store and online, on Friday 28 June to 30 June 2024. For those who prefer to use eCommerce channels, the sale will launch online at Game, Makro and Builders.

Here are some of the top deals shoppers can look forward to:


  • Samsung 75” Crystal UHD 4K TV -  Now R12000, you save R7000
  • Celeron- Laptop -  Now R3999, you save R1500
  • 2.8KW Generator – Now R3999, you save R2000
  • Great Value Long Life Milk 6 x 1L – R87.00
  • Cadac Compact Gas Heater – Now R799, save R500


  • TrimTech – 3300 W Vacuum Blower - Now R499, you save R150
  • Goldair – 4 Burner Gas Hob - Now R1899, you save R600
  • Goldair – 3 Panel Gas Heater - Now R999, you save R500
  • Ryobi – One plus 18 V Cordless Drill Driver Kit, Now R699 you save R500
  • Fired Earth Painters Pro Plaster Primer (20L) – Now R599


  • Hisense 631L side by side frost free fridge, Now R15999 you save R9000
  • Trojan TR510 treadmill, Now R6999 you save R3000
  • Hisense 8L colour display Aire Fryer, Now R1299 you save R1200
  • Baby soft 2-ply toilet tissue, Now R159,95 you save R40
  • Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Slabs, 150g Any 4 for R99.95
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