#Celebrate DionWired’s birthday, win big!

2018-06-28 14:44
Dion Wired (Supplied)
Dion Wired (Supplied)

Unbelievable deals AND a chance to win your share of R50 000 - that’s how leading appliance specialist DionWired is celebrating its 12th birthday, which runs from June 23 to July 4, 2018.

Here is a deal that will be music to your ears - you can save R6 000, yes, six thousand Rand, on a Samsung 65” curved LED TV. It is going for a song at R17 999, which includes a free Samsung Soundbar worth R3 999, and you can add on an Xtreme portable speaker for only R2 999.

Cameras, iPhones, notebooks, dishwashers, TVs, kitchen appliances and so many more are all up for grabs in DionWired’s birthday celebration sale.

Don’t waste a single minute! Check out dionwired.co.za or go browse in one of the 25 DionWired stores around the country to find your perfect purchase. To help you shop, a special discounted product leaflet is available. Find it in-store.

You can’t afford to miss these amazing deals!

To sweeten the birthday specials even more, DionWired offers customers a chance to win a share of R50 000. To enter, simply snap a selfie showing us how you are #Celebrating DionWired, visit celebrate.dionwired.co.za and follow the instructions to upload your pic.

World Cup fever is still in full swing at DionWired. The latest Edition magazine - a bargain at ten bucks - gives you the low-down on the gadget wish-lists for some of the soccer stars, expert digital device advice, mouth-watering recipes from World Cup teams and a feature on celebrity Lorna Maseko.

And at DionWired, giving back to our community is important and all the proceeds from this magazine go towards installing computer labs at deserving schools. So pick up a copy in-store or add one to your online basket - you will be helping us to help learners.

For more information and Ts & Cs, please visit www.celebrate.dionwired.co.za

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