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Save a bundle on pampering: Book any treatment at the One&Only Royal Mirage’s several spas and you’ll get a second treatment in the same category half price.
Until August 31. The One&Only Royal Mirage, Jumeirah (04 315 2140).
Snap up a bento box: Japanese food fans should try Tokyo@The Towers’ two-course teppanyaki menu with special bento box.
Noon-2.30pm (weekdays), 1pm-3.30pm (weekends). Dhs79-89; Dhs180 (bento box). Jumeirah Emirates Towers (04 319 8088).
Buy local fashion: Today is the first day of Dubai Ladies Club’s four-day fashion bazaar, showcasing the products of small local businesses and designers.
Free. 8pm-midnight. Dubai Ladies Club, Jumeirah, email@example.com(04 349 9922).
Late-night munchies at Mirdif City Centre: This mega-mall has plenty of festive decor and traditional gazebos during Ramadan, as well as charity collection points. The food outlets will also be open until 3am.
Shops open daily 10am-1am. Mirdif (800 6422).
Enter a Playstation football tournament: Head to Archimedia’s showroom and enter the Pro Evolution tournament for a chance to play in the final on August 20 against the winners from Cairo. Sign up online to enter.
From 9.30pm. Archimedia showroom, Umm Hurair Road, www.archimedia-me.com.
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