Dubai 3 Day Super Sale Starts Today
You must be making your shopping list for Ramadan. So, you better be fast. As Dubai, 3-day super sale starts today, till 20th of May.
Dubai tourism made sure that you could shop till you drop. There are about 250 major brands participating in Dubai 3-day super sale. You can enjoy discounts from 30% to 90%. The new citywide retail initiative will see over 1,000 retail outlets offer mega savings for shoppers with heavy discounts on a diverse range of items from local, regional and global brands, at significantly low prices.
Below is the list of some of the brands taking part in this 3-day super sale.
Aldo, Aldo Accessories, Aeropostale, New Balance, Garage, Athlete’s Co., TOMS, Birkenstock, Thee Walking Company, Charles & Keith, Call it Spring, Z Generation, Kidiliz, Adams Kids, Moreschi, Dune, Pedro, Charming Charlie, Naturalizer, Anne Klein, Nine West, Austin Reed, La Vie En Rose, UGG, Inglot, Bottega Verde, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Beverley Hills Polo Club, Rituals, Juicy Couture, Cath Kidston, Levis, All About Watches and Ardene.
The Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), which is an agency of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing conducting the sale.
This is considered a not-to-be-missed retail promotion occurring across Dubai since it will be offering an extensive range of choices for shoppers who are getting ready for their summer holidays then followed by the Eid holiday period. Therefore, the Super Sale will help increase Dubai’s position as a year-round shopping destination.
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