Dubai Duty Free launches home delivery across the UAE

Retail giant now delivering duty free products to your door

Dubai Duty Free launches home delivery across the UAE

Airport retail giant Dubai Duty Free has launched a delivery service across the UAE – meaning you now no longer need to travel in order to get your hands on its product range and prices.

While cigarettes and alcohol are not currently available for delivery, the rest of Dubai Duty Free’s product range – which spans fragrances, jewellery, electronics, designer accessories, chocolate and more – can be shipped direct to your door.

Shoppers who spend more than Dhs150 will have their purchases delivered free, while the delivery fee for purchases under Dhs150 is Dhs15.

Right now, there are a number of exclusive discounts for home delivery shoppers, including discounts on jewellery, watches, cosmetics, toys and electronics, across brands such as Samsung, Apple, Versace, Prada, Benefit and Ray-Ban, plus Dubai Duty Free exclusive products.

Dubai Duty Free has reopened stores through Dubai International Airport’s (DXB) Terminal 2 and 3 in recent weeks, while Dubai has announced that tourists will be able to visit the emirate from July 7 onwards.

Tickets for Dubai Duty Free's Millennium Millionaire draw (with regular prizes of $1 million) and Finest Surprise (car and motorbike) draws continue to be available for purchase online.

To shop Dubai Duty Free products online, visit

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