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Top 15 Online Stores In Nigeria

Online shopping is becoming trendy, as technology improves across the world. Nigeria is not left behind in this trend.

There are several online stores in Nigeria for easy shopping. Some are popular while others are still aiming for popularity. Below are the top 15 online stores in Nigeria:

1. Jumia

Jumia is arguably the most popular among the top Nigerian shopping sites. They sell a wide range of goods. These include phones, televisions, laptops, games and consoles.

Jumia also sells clothes, beauty products, toys for kids and clothing accessories such as wristwatches and sunglasses. Goods ordered are also shipped across Nigeria. The link for Jumia is jumia.com.ng

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2. Konga

Konga sells phones/phone accessories, computers and accessories, cameras, televisions and DVD players. This online store also sells all types of clothes including wedding gowns.

Konga also eases your shopping for furniture and home appliances such as refrigerators, yam pounders, blenders, pressing irons, gas cylinders and toasters. The website link for Konga online shopping is konga.com.

3. Jiji

Jiji is a unique online store because it does not necessarily sell products to people. Jiji simply provides a platform for buyers and sellers to meet.

It creates a market where business transactions take place. On this site, potential sellers showcase their products. Potential buyers, in turn, search for certain goods and transact with suitable sellers. Jobs are also advertised on Jiji.ng for various organizations across Nigeria.

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4. Payporte

Another top online store in Nigeria is Payporte. On this site, there are varieties of clothes and accessories for men, women and children.

Payporte probably qualifies as one of the cheapest online shopping sites in Nigeria. There are also different types of perfume which range from as low as N5,200 to N38,800.

As a result, different classes of people can purchase these products. Other goods sold on Payporte include books/stationery, electronics, kitchenware and food produce. The website for shopping on Payporte is payporte.com.

5. Slot

Slot.ng makes the top list of online shopping sites in Nigeria for phones. They sell electronics such as refrigerators, washing machines, televisions, sound systems, laptops, generator sets, phones and phone accessories.

Sometimes, Slot has clearance on certain electronic products. At such times, they give discounts on those products. For example, a 49 inches television of N139,800 could go for N120,000. Then, there is likely to be a rush by people who could previously not afford to buy such goods.

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6. Yudala

Yudala.com is an affiliate of Konga. It is a site that encourages entrepreneurship from the comfort of one’s home. This forum is particularly useful to bloggers and operators of websites.

Upon registration, participants are given a link which they can upload on their sites and get commissions, upon clicks by visitors. This could be an option for Nigerian bloggers who have been unable to get Adsense approval.

7. OLX

This Nigerian online store can be visited on the link olx.com.ng. OLX is a classified ads site. It serves as a platform for people to advertise different goods and services.

Apart from the usual electronics, phones and furniture, OLX also goes the extra mile of advertising real estate and even pets for sale. On the website, one can search for a certain good in a specified part of Nigeria.

8. DealDey

Yet another top online store for shopping in Nigeria is DealDey. As the website’s mantra goes, it presents a deal on the best things to do, see, eat and buy in Nigeria.

The website which can be found online on dealdey.com offers a wide range of products and even services such as spa treatment, cooked meals, clothes, skin lightening lessons and microdermabrasion.

9. SME Market Hub

smemarkethub.com sells goods such as lingerie, shoes for men and women, electronic gadgets, perfume, furniture and beauty/ health products. This hub is owned by Guaranty Trust Bank and helps small and medium enterprises reach a wide audience.

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10. Supermart

Supermart.ng is a Nigerian online store. The site has as its welcome slogan: ‘Why go to the supermarket when supermart can come to you?’ Supermart sells and delivers fresh food, groceries, toiletries and other household necessities. The website promises same day delivery.

11. Mobofree

Next is Mobofree which is not only situated in Nigeria. It has presence in several African countries including: Angola, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Mobofree is a forum where people buy, sell and exchange goods with other people. They also offer mentoring to entrepreneurs.

12. Kara

Kara.com.ng is a top online store in Nigeria. Several goods are sold via this site, including: phones, tablets, inverters, laptops, phone accessories, computer accessories, welding machines, furniture, refrigerators, cookers, power inverters and electrical supplies. They also offer Air Conditioner repairs and servicing.

13. Adiba

The url for this top Nigerian online store is adiba.com. Foodstuff, spices, toiletries, drinks and other types of groceries are sold here.

Adiba also sells electronics such as games (ps4, xbox, Nintendo), televisions of various sizes (32 inches or below, 40 inches and above), digital cameras, earphones, home theatres and audio systems.

People can also go shopping on this site for office stationeries, clothes, kitchen appliances and fitness and sports equipment.

14. Gloo

gloo.ng sells a variety of groceries, home essentials such as pest/germ control, beauty/personal care products and furniture for home decoration.

Gloo also sells items for child care such as diapers, wipes, baby food, toys, baby clothes, baby cream and school supplies. In addition to these, they sell office supplies and books for children and adults. On the site, same day delivery is promised.

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15. Wakanow

wakanow.com is a unique online store in the sense that it does not sell goods. This site simply allows people search for and book flights within the country and some other parts of the world including London, Johannesburg, Toronto, Dubai and Accra.

Apart from assisting in the booking of local and international flights, Wakanow provides a query through which clients can input necessary data and get information on the best available hotels in their intended destinations.

These are the top 15 online stores in Nigeria. More online stores are popping up, all over the country. In the meantime these listed here are the top guns. Happy  shopping!

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