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Dubai Shopping Festival

Dubai Shopping Festival

Date: 26 Dec 2018 – 26 Jan 2019 Category: Lifestyle, Community, Family Admission: open for all

Dubai Shopping

Festival 2019 is the most anticipated event in Dubai, awaited by shoppers worldwide. If you are planning on going to the mall this weekend then can get up to 80 to 90 per cent off at DSF. Those looking to overhaul their wardrobe or make a start on Christmas shopping, the Dubai Shopping Festival, which will make its return on December 26.

Right from shopping experiences at world-class malls to exciting outdoor shopping districts like Market OTB, even the city’s traditional Arabian souks and captivating sights along the way. The Dubai Shopping Festival will start from 26 December 2018 to 26 January 2019, Dubai Shopping Festival brings a month-long extravaganza that transforms the city with pop-up fashion shows, fireworks

displays, mega sales and a lot more. With a packed calendar of events and exciting raffles, the city comes to life with spellbinding performances, flash sales, concerts and pop-ups. This year’s edition of the Dubai Shopping Festival will begin with a Five Week Sale featuring over 700 brands participating across 3,200 outlets. The much-awaited 12-hour Sale also returns across Majid Al Futtaim malls on 26 December, promising shoppers 25-90 per cent discounts, exclusive offers and much more from noon to midnight for one day only. DSF also offers the Weekend Deals that takes place – every weekend of the festival and announced just 24 hours earlier.

People can

head down to Burj Park for some artisan shopping at Market Outside The Box. Last year’s DSF witnessed over 80 local and international emerging brands in the fresh outdoor retail environment and this year promises more fun and fashion. Market OTB features a line-up of performances in music, drama and dance. Visitors can enjoy the winter sun or catch the latest films n the pop-up cinema. Market experience is complete without good food, and Market OTB that has a host of food trucks and Dubai’s most popular homegrown eateries.

Dubai Shopping Festival also becomes magical with a series of spectacular fireworks displays every weekend at different locations including Global Village, The Beach at JBR and Dubai Creek. This year’s edition of Dubai Shopping Festival features exciting raffles. Starting 15 October until 2 February 2019, stand a chance to win an Infiniti QX50 along with AED150,000 in cash daily and loads more prizes. People can participate in the Infiniti Mega Raffle by buying a ticket worth AED200 at any participating ENOC/EPPCO outlets, Zoom stores, all Dubai metro stations,

Gold Souk and Global Village. Five lucky participants can each win AED20,000 at the weekly AED100,000 draw throughout the five-week festival, culminating in a mega-prize of AED500,000 for one lucky winner, sponsored by Infiniti. Right from 15 October 2018 to 26 January 2019, any non-fuel spend over AED20 at ENOC and EPPCO will automatically enter you in the Nissan Raffle with a grand-total of seven cars to be won, courtesy of Nissan. Start spending at your nearest Zoom stores, ENOC/EPPCO petrol stations, metro stations, Global Village and Gold Souk for your chance to drive a brand new Nissan car! Nissan models in the raffle include Sunny Sedan, Sentra, KICKS, Altima, X-Trail, Pathfinder and Patrol. Additionally, starting 1 December, you can also win a Sentra every week till the start of DSF.

Residents and visitors will witness the ever

popular Global Village with around 5 million guests per year. Global Village is home to concerts, stunt shows and a carnival full of arcade games and exciting rides. The place is also one of Dubai’s biggest shopping destinations, featuring 27 themed pavilions that represent more than 75 cultures. Visitor can buy everything from traditional Indian spices to handmade Iranian rugs, and travel the world without ever even leaving Dubai. Big Bang Warehouse Sale, Landmark Group Warehouse, Industrial Area 1, Jebel Ali, until November 12.

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