Between 8pm and midnight, ladies can get in for Dhs199 per person. Adults can bring in two kids below 1.1 metres in height for free, while additional child tickets are charged at Dhs69 per person.
During ladies' night, the waterpark will be run by an all-female team, with the CCTV cameras monitored by women too.
Special private photography areas are available, while boys aged eight years and under will be allowed in if they have a valid ID.
It's the latest great offer to come from Wild Wadi, following the residents' deal that was announced last month.
If you live here, all-day tickets can be bought for Dhs149 for those taller than 1.1 metres and Dhs69 for children below that height.
That's a heavy discount on the usual rate of Dhs336 or Dhs284 respectively.
The park offers dozens of rides and attractions for all the family and is located just in front of the Burj Al Arab.
Wild Wadi guests can experience metre-high waves, or sit back and enjoy the weather at the Juha’s Journey lazy river.
Thrill-seekers are also spoilt for choice with rides including the Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj.
If you prefer to surf, then check out the Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders, which pump out tonnes of water every second producing a realistic wave. Dhs199 for adults, two children enter free with each ticket. First and third Thursday of every month, 8pm-midnight. Until September 20. Wild Wadi Waterpark, Umm Suqeim, www.wildwadi.com (04 348 4444).