How Pricepally helps Nigerians save less through Group buying

How Pricepally helps Nigerians save less through Group buying

The official tagline that we hope outlives us and impacts the next generation shows that we have more to gain when sharing with others.

“Buy together, spend less” isn’t just some fancy tagline; it bears the aim of what we are doing and hoping to achieve at Pricepally.

As we move towards the end of the year, we recall the good, the better and even the best times we have had to serve you. And it is with utmost excitement that we say “what an honor it’s been”

Rounding off the year with this last food news means that our next post will be in January but not to worry, you can stay updated through our socials — Twitter & Instagram because that’s what Padis do.

Let’s dive

Seasonal Foods

The prices of vegetables like Tomatoes, Cabbage and Carrots have reduced but may likely increase as we move into the festive periods. For Abuja shoppers, tomatoes (50 Kg) currently sells at N18,700, Carrots (60 kg) sells at N47,700 while Cabbages (25kg) sell at N9,250 on pricepally.com

Fruits in season include Orange, Tangerine, and Watermelon which is now available.

We have also included new items on the website such as Cold pressed coconut oil (50Cl) selling at N3800, Tapioka (paint bucket) selling at N1800 and more spices as well as Fish.


Like last year, we predict a price hike in the coming weeks due to the festive period coming up and we advise that customers begin to stock up now to get the best quality items at affordable prices from pricepally.com

WIN N30,000 for Free

’Tis the season to be merry and joyful and guess what we did? We decided to start the new month with a banger.

If you’ve ever wanted to test your creative skills, now is the time.

This December, we are giving three lucky people will stand a chance to win our N30,000 Christmas giveaway by participating in the Pricepally Ad Challenge.

How to Participate:

  • Follow Pricepally on all Social media (Twitter & Instagram)
  • Create a 40–60 second video ad for Pricepally.
  • Post your entry on Instagram using the hashtag #pricepallyadchallenge and tag @pricepally to validate your entry.
  • The top three (3) most exciting and creative video entries will be reposted and awarded ₦30,000 shopping vouchers each.
  • Entry closes Wednesday, 15th December 2021.

Don’t forget to follow us and share this opportunity with your friends and family.

Join the Challenge here.

Refer and Earn

If it’s free money then sign me up
We made a video to help you know this works, you can watch it here

We love when you come back with happy reviews and referrals but we don’t want you to loose out on the benefits of our Refer and Earn Program.

Get N2000 for FREE each time you refer someone else to shop for fresh and quality food items from Pricepally 🚀 and if you can keep that up till Christmas and that will be money for your shopping list and FREE DELIVERY

Your friends also get ₦2,000 for signing up with your referral code. Get your referral code on pricepally.com/refer

Local News


As Nigerians continue to be under burden of high food prices, an October 2021 Food Security and Nutrition Analysis, also called the Cadre Harmonise, Thursday, revealed that 12.1 million Nigerians will be thrown into food crisis before the end of 2021.

Report says that the Cadre Harmonise was conducted in 20 States, and the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, and it further indicated that about 19 per cent of affected households are in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States

Factors including the raging conflict in the North East region of the country coupled with adverse economic effect and impact resulting from the devastating novel Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic, has continued to unleash hunger in Nigeria according to the latest official figures for analysis of food insecurity and malnutrition released on 5 November, 2021.

Key drivers of the report indicated Insecurity- especially the prolonged armed conflict in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States and banditry in some North-West States, including Sokoto, Katsina, Zamfara and Kaduna States, as well as the North Central States of Benue and Niger — is the main driver of the prevailing food insecurity.

High inflation rates have resulted in soaring food commodity prices, partly attributable to the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic downturn.

Loss of employment and reduction in household income due to the COVID-19 pandemic and displacement arising from conflict and armed banditry has forced most households to employ emergency livelihood coping strategies.

Food prices record slight increase as traders complain of low patronage

The recent increase in the price of food items has been attributed to seasonal fluctuations as well as limited supply in the market, which is overwhelmed by customer demand. However, traders have also complained about the decline in sales turnover, attributing it to the dwindling purchasing power of average Nigerians.

While the price of major food items like onions, yam, and pasta recorded a marginal increase in the review period, some other food items such as garri, beans recorded price decline compared to the previous month.

Report says that the price of a big bag of Ijebu garri decreased by 10% to sell for an average of N13,500 compared to N15,000 recorded in the previous month. Note that it was sold for N25,000 earlier in the year. Also, a big of yellow garri that was initially sold for an average of N14,800 now sells for N13,600, representing an 8.15% decrease in price.

Smart Purchase 101

Want to know how Pricepally works?

We’ve created videos for you to get better acquainted with bulk buying and sharing service. Think of it as a crash course in Smart Purchase.

How to Make an Order

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How to Buy Together and PAY LESS (PALLY)

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