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Mr Price - N1 City Mall



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Mr Price is about casual fun and relaxed fashion for the whole family. This value retail chain offers casual clothing, intimate wear and accessories for kids and adults at affordable prices. Located across Southern Africa, our stores are known for their popular house brands which include RT, RED (surf wear), BODY MATERIAL (underwear) and MAXED (sportswear). Mr Price is about affordable fashion for everyone.

Mr Price - N1 City Mall

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Latitude -33.8932° S 33.8932° S 33° 53' 35.52" -33° 53.592'
Longitude 18.5590° E 18.5590° E 18° 33' 32.4" 18° 33.54'
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Shop 11, 12 & 13
N1 City Mall
Western Cape
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 595 2340
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 595 2340

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No fax number available

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On 21 Apr 2011 maghdiyah hattas said:
Hi i personally think that mr price is very affordable and has good quality clothing i am a very loyal customer and i shop at no other store than mr price and i dont think that anyone would have a problem with mr price because there service is unbelievably welcoming thank you Maghdiyah Hattas .
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