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“Little drops of water, Little grains of sand, Make the mighty ocean…”

The newly introduced Bubez Sales Ambassador program provides an opportunity to make extra cash without extra load.

We handle the hard work from production to stocking to delivery and all the sales ambassador does, is ensure the sale and in turn, gets a commission for it.

The Bubez Sales Ambassador programme also allows interested vendors across Nigeria, with storage or capital challenges, sell and earn a profit without having to stock the products or invest a capital.

Basically, the program provides an opportunity for you to earn more and do less…

So the question really becomes how does it work?


Create a profile (Click Here) on the Sales Ambassador portal.

This profile will be allocated a unique code & log in details which would serve as the Sales Account.

To make sales and enjoy the benefits of being a Bubez Sales Ambassador, purchases MUST be made on the Bubez Foods website (www.bubezfoods.com) using the unique sales ambassador code at checkout.

All normal online order procedure applies i.e. Shop under the Food Court menu – Go to check out and pay for products.

However, the customer MUST remember to enter the unique Sales Ambassador’s code for benefits to apply.

The Sales Ambassador may choose to pass this code over to the customer to make their own purchase or in a proactive way of ensuring the purchase, they could get the delivery information and place the order on behalf of the customer.

NOTE: We do not advise taking a customer’s Bank Card details, instead get them to pay you and use your own card for purchase.


The Bubez Sales Ambassador would get their sales commission every 2 weeks.

10% commission for sales up to N50,000

15% commission for sales over N50,000

An extra 5% commission on monthly sales up to and over N100,000.

Customers using your unique code for purchase also enjoy an additional  3% discount on product purchase…


The signing up process is easy. All you have to do is click here to go to the Bubez Sales Ambassador tab.

Create an account by entering a few details and within 24hrs, your unique code would be emailed to you

(Please check Spam and Gmail Promotion tab).

Viola! You are all set up…

Ambassadors can also use their created log in details to track their progress via their Ambassador Dashboard at any time.


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