Time Out Dubai’s Voucher Issue is back!

Save cash all summer with 301 incredible two-for-one deals

Knowledge story, The Knowledge

Hitting newsstands early this Wednesday morning, the Time Out Dubai Voucher Issue is back – and it’s our best one yet, bringing you the chance to save up to a whopping Dhs70,000 this summer.

Whether you’ve got kids to entertain, visitors to lavish fun on or simply want to beat cabin fever without decimating your credit card, this week’s special voucher booklet offers 301 ways to have more fun while spending less of your hard-earned cash.

Tuck into a two-for-one dinner at Time Out Dubai Restaurant Award-winning Clé Dubai, one of the most-talked about new eateries in town.

Line up more than a month of Friday brunches at venues all over the city.

Get two-for-one breakfasts, hotel stays, haircuts, massages in five-star spas and drinks in your favourite bars.

Fans of British cuisine will especially love the two-for-one Keen As Mustard set menu at Rivington Grill in Souk Al Bahar, while devotees of Food Network’s infamous Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, hosted by human lightbulb Guy Fieri, will undoubtedly make a beeline for the Perry and Blackwelder’s Original Smokehouse brunch voucher.

Spa devotees are also in for a treat, with deals including two-for-one on facials at Fairmont The Palm’s Willow Stream Spa, massages at Sofitel Dubai Downtown’s So Spa and many, many more.

And, as if all of that wasn’t enough, this week’s very special issue also comes packed with a FREE poster for the year’s biggest movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron!

Did we mention that all of this is yours for just Dhs9? That’s less than the price of a Big Mac.

Pick up a copy in your nearest supermarket and you could be having double the fun for half the price this summer.

Oh, and hurry. Because this one is going to sell out fast.

Time Out Dubai is on sale every Wednesday for Dhs9, available in all good supermarkets.

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