On the verge of closing their doors for good, additional supermarkets are touting massive stock outs at discounts of up to 50%. The main categories covered are Eletro, Bazar and Têxtil, published by the Yahoo portal.
All over 100 network units, spread across Brazil, participate. Liquidation takes place gradually until full demobilization of the stores, as disclosed by Exame. Therefore, interested consumers can plan to visit the units and check out the items they desperately want.
Among the promotions, you can find car accessories, Extra Fashion, baby care, stationery, gardening and tools in general at a discount of up to 40%. In addition, the electricity class, above R$500, can be paid in installments of up to 30 installments; Whoever buys bicycles and tires has the option to divide the quantities by 24 times. Both installments are paid on the Extra Card and are of no use.
There will be no additional supermarkets
Following an agreement with Assaí and Grupo Pão de Açúcar, the supermarkets will be converted into so-called “atacarejos”, which combine wholesale and retail properties in the same environment.
Despite this, the Extra brand will continue to operate nationwide at more than 300 points of sale such as the Mercado Extra and Mini-Extra. The ClubeExtra.com.br e-commerce app and the Clube Extra app remain intact. (Hey ho)
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