Mi Points – new Xiaomi sales points
Black Friday smoothly passed into Cyber Mondey, and in a moment the time of the largest harvest trade, i.e. the madness of gift purchases. Xiaomi, which sells basically everything – from airbags to super smartphones, uses this time to launch more sales points.
Mi Points are the sales points of the brand's devices Xiaomithat have been launched in existing stores offering smartphones as well as IT, electronics and household appliances. Some of them are located in shopping malls.
Cities where Mi Points appear are: Biała Podlaska, Białystok, Brodnica, Częstochowa, Darłowo, Garwolin, Gdynia, Kamień Pomorski, Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Koszalin, Kraków, Kutno, Lębork, Łowicz, Łódź, Ostrów Wielkopolski, Płock, Płońsk , Poznań, Przemyśl, Pyrzyce, Rzeszów, Siedlce, Sławno, Strzelce Krajeńskie, Szczecin, Środa Wielkopolska, Zduńska Wola, Złotów, Żuromin.
Mi Points will be integrated with the online store Mi Home. So you can order online to pick up your device in person at the store.
– Mi Points are separate spaces in partner stores where Xiaomi products will be presented. In this way, we want to increase brand awareness and our products in Poland. We hope that these outlets will be a great help for buyers, especially in the pre-Christmas period – said Tony Chen, General Manager for the CEE & Nordic & Baltic region.
To date, Xiaomi has launched 14 own Mi Store stores in shopping malls in 10 cities: Rzeszów, Szczecin, Kraków, Warsaw, Wrocław, Poznań, Katowice, Gdynia, Olsztyn, Lublin and Białystok. Another two stores were launched in Black Friday (in Warsaw and Rzeszów), and another Mi Store is to be opened in Gdańsk soon.
Black Friday is still on the Mi Home website, which can be seen smoothly passed through the entire weekend, Cyber Monday. At a promotional price you can buy, among others the flagship model Mi 8 6/128 GB Black, which for a dozen or so hours costs 1099 PLN instead of 2399 PLN, and a modest Redmi 6A phone 2/16 GB Black can be bought for 299 PLN. Regular price is 499 PLN.
If you planned shopping on the occasion of extended Black Friday, or using Digital Monday, then remember about the site Fake Friday, where you can see how electronics prices have changed in recent months and whether the opportunity is actually an opportunity