The Best Places To Buy Goods Cheaply In Nairobi.

Places To Buy Goods Cheaply In Nairobi
Places To Buy Goods Cheaply In Nairobi

In contrast to retail, one of the reasons why you need to understand wholesale prices is money. It’s an established fact that if you accept bulk sales, you’ll be saving more money.

How you shop for the item will ensure that you get the best deals, depending on the need; private or resale. These are the place you can purchase a pool good at wholesale in Nairobi

Places To Buy Goods Cheaply In Nairobi

Wholesales Clothes

Nairobi is a very lively city but not one of Africa’s cheapest to live in. In Nairobi, life is very costly and residents will leap at every chance to save a few coins. There are a few choices you have if you want to take advantage of wholesale rates for clothes in Nairobi. One of the best ways to save money, you just have to know where you want to go.

Eastleigh Shopping Malls

Places To Buy Goods Cheaply In Nairobi

A closer look at Eastleigh,  you will catch the whirlwind of operation and the flowering of businesses. Anyone who is acquainted with ‘Eastly’ and has been away for a few years may be forgiven for thinking that they are lost. Not only has human traffic risen, but the huge malls that characterize the eye-catching skyline of Eastleigh is shocking.

Hodan complex /Day to Day mall– curtains, bedding and carpets

Mandera complex– Trendy clothes for both gender

Towhid shopping mall/Eastleigh Social Hall– shoes, accessories and bags

Olympic mall– Shoes and undergarments

Amal mall/Beijing Shopping mall– women wear

Yare Plaza, MBC plaza/Mandera mall -Men’s wear

Places To Buy Goods Cheaply In Nairobi

Dubois Street

Dubois Street is one of the best locations to look for a girl’s style and accessories. There are numerous dresses, tops and skirts, and a number of styles. You’re going to fall in love with the prices you’re going to get down Dubois Street but make sure you’re not sacrificing on clothing quality.

Diapers and Toiletries– OTC, between Tuskys and Equity.

Toys– Kamukunji and Mutindwa in Estlands.

Beauty products and jewellery – Perida Centre and Dubois Road.

Vegetables – Marikiti and Gikomba.

Meat – Ndonyo Market Dagoretti and Burma .

Fish and chicken kienyeji – Gikomba and Kenyatta Market

Alcoholic Drinks –Dubois Road, Accra Road

Utensils – Kamukunji on your way to Gikomba

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