Become a human claw at Dubai Shopping Festival

Two Dubai City Centre malls launch family game

Become a human claw at Dubai Shopping Festival

Remember that arcade gift claw machine where you couldn’t even win a keychain? Well, now you can descend onto a pit of wrapped presents and grab your prize yourself.

City Centres Me’aisem and Al Shindagha have launched The Great Claw Machine game for the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF), available until Wednesday February 6.

It’s for both kids and adults, so young ones can win big too. While one person turns into a human claw, the other controls the movement of the crane-like device on the other end. The aim is, as you may already know, to grab a prize without dropping it.

You’ll be in for a chance of winning prizes from different outlets and venues including Magic Planet, Ski Dubai, Patchi, Aldo, Bath & Body Works. Plus, mall gift cards and shopping vouchers.

All you have to do to play is spend Dhs200 at lifestyle and fashion stores at City Centre Me’aisem (Dhs400 including Carrefour), where the game is available until January 23 or Dhs100 at City Centre Al Shindagha until Wednesday February 6.

As part of the DSF, both malls also have ongoing offers, raffle draws and more.

Don’t skip arm day at the gym today, you’ll need those biceps and triceps to grab onto those prezzies in the pile.
From Dhs100. Until Feb 6 noon-10pm. City Centre Me’aisem, International Media Production Zone (IMPZ), citycentremeaisem.com; City Centre Al Shindagha, Bur Dubai, citycentreshindagha.com.

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