Save 20% at Dubai Duty Free this Eid

Two-day discounts rolled out

Save 20% at Dubai Duty Free this Eid

Celebrate Eid Al Adha with a sensational 20 percent saving across Dubai Duty Free.

Between August 19 and 20, the award-winning retailer will mark the end of Hajj with discounts on perfumes, cosmetics, watches, pens and lighters, jewellery (except gold), fashion, sunglasses and more.

All you have to do is visit one of the dozens of DDF stores inside Dubai International Airport or Maktoum International Airport to enjoy the terrific savings.

Colm McLoughlin, EVC and CEO of DDF, said: “This is a very special time of the year with families travelling as a result of the upcoming Eid Al Adha and we thought this was a good way of joining in the celebrations with them so that our customers can start their holiday break on a high note with great savings.”

All passengers in Departure, Arrivals or in transit can enjoy the price reductions.

Meanwhile, the retailer is continuing to go from strength to strength having announced a further ten percent increase in sales for the first half of 2018 – with turnover surpassing the US$1billion mark.

Notable increases in sales were seen in drinks, and also cosmetics, which rose by 27 percent, and electronics by 25 percent. For the first six months DDF recorded 12,769,905 individual sales transactions with average daily sales of US$5.6 million.

Commenting on the half year sales, Colm McLoughlin, EVC and CEO of DDF, said: “This year has been fantastic for Dubai Duty Free so far.
“We have continuously grown our business and are happy to see a double digit increase for the first half. With new retail areas now operational and ongoing retail developments coming on stream at both Dubai International and Al Maktoum International, we are confident that we will reach the US$2 billion mark at the end of December, which also marks our 35th anniversary.”

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