Majid Al Futtaim have announced an exclusive 12-hour sale to kick-start the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) 2019 at its shopping malls in Dubai. Offering shoppers spectacular discounts of up to 90%, the 12-hour sale will be on from noon until midnight on December 26 at Mall of the Emirates, City Centres Mirdif, Deira, Me’aisem, Al Shindagha and My City Centre Al Barsha.
“Majid Al Futtaim’s exclusive 12-hour sale in partnership with Dubai Festival & Retail Establishment is one of the most anticipated promotions of the year and an exciting activity to start the 24th Dubai Shopping Festival in the city. We are expecting to attract a record number of residents as well as regional and international tourists again during this year’s sale shopping for high-quality international brands at affordable prices ready for the New Year,” says Fuad Mansoor Sharaf, managing director for Majid Al Futtaim Properties, Shopping Malls (UAE, Bahrain & Oman).
Bargain hunters and fashion lovers will find incredible deals on hundreds of brands at the event, on an array of items, from clothes, shoes and accessories to electronic goods, furniture, homeware and even groceries.
Free parking will be available to visitors during the 12-hour shopping bonanza. Also, customers can shop with ease using the Hands-Free shopping service at Mall of the Emirates and City Centre Mirdif. Shoppers can drop off their bags at designated points in the mall and collect them later or have them delivered to their car, home or hotel.
The DSF excitement will continue until February 2 with each mall hosting 39 days of spectacular performances, family fun, prize giveaways and incredible entertainment, during DSF 2019.
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