Has the thought ever crossed your mind? Is it a coincidence that Black Friday and Salary weekend… Never mind.
Just so you know, some of the best deals and discounts will still be available for the rest of the year. So we thought to share some that are on our radar with you.
There are some amazing deals you can still enjoy.
Mastercard is running a huge offer right now. You get to enjoy a 3-course lunch or dinner at a discount from these restaurants – La Veranda, Hard Rock Café, Black Olive, Vanilla Moon, Traffic Bar, Blowfish Poolside, Itan Test Kitchen & Rangla Punjab – when you pay with your WEMA MasterCard.
ChopNowNow is also offering a 20% discount off the price of your meal when you use the coupon code – CHOPALAT. What’s more? You’ll enjoy free delivery on all your orders if you live within Victoria Island.
Hubmart wants you to know that it’s not just spending season: it’s also saving season. You can save 5% when you shop your favourite items from all Hubmart outlets with your ALAT or
Facebook’s Libra currency is preparing to launch as early as January but in an even more limited format with just one dollar-backed coin. The exact launch date would depend on when the project receives approval to operate as a payments service from the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory. You can read more here
Harvard Business School’s Africa Business Club is seeking early-stage ventures serving African markets to pitch in a virtual competition in February 2021. Up to $15,000 is available in prizes, and all finalists will network with investors and the HBS community. Apply here
Sometimes, you get so far down the YouTube rabbit hole that you end up finding videos like this one, where a British man, Tom Davies, attempts to cross Norway in a straight line. And, you don’t regret a single second of it.
For context, if you’re confused as hell: Tom has been making Geoguessr videos (a popular geography game online) for a few years now. Back in 2019, he took things to a new level by trying to cross Wales in a straight line – in real life.
The Wales mission wasn’t a success (technically), as he didn’t finish the line all in one go.
But, as the saying goes: If at first, you don’t succeed, attempt to cross Norway – one of the world’s most notoriously mountainous countries – in a straight line.
Tom’s only posted the first episode of his Norway mission so far, which you can check out here. If you like watching people do crazy things, it’s worth a watch.
What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but not once in a thousand years?
You can find the solution here.
Oh, and don’t forget to be kind this weekend. You can start by spreading the news. Share this with a friend. Friends don’t let friends miss out on stuff like this. We’ll see you next week.