10 Dubai Shopping Festival sales

Discounts at Dubai shops and malls for shopping extravaganza

Around Europe in 32 Days at Mercato Mall
Expect themed entertainment at this Jumeirah mall during the shopping festival, plus sales and discounts on items ranging from jewellery to clothing to homewares, and up to 75 percent off at selected retailers. Spend Dhs200 and you could win one of two brand new 2013 Toyota RAV4s.
Until February 3. Mercato Mall, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 344 4161).

Spend and win at Dubai Festival City Mall
Make a purchase of Dhs150 or more until Thursday February 28 from any outlet in Dubai Festival City Mall and you’ll be entered into three daily raffle draws and the Grand Prize draw to win a brand new Toyota. Plus, check out the Light & Water shows each night from 6.30pm. There will also be daily stage shows in Festival Square and kids shows in the Atrium, arts and crafts in the South Court and a Bedouin lifestyle camp and fun fair in the Festival Promenade.
Until February 3. Dubai Festival City Mall (800 332 32).

DSF promotion at ValleyDez
This slick multi-brand boutique is offering great discounts at its Wafi branch during Dubai Shopping Festival. Get discounts of up to 75 percent on accessories and fashion from brands such as Nadine Zeni, Camilla and Marc, Klutched and Sass & Bide.
Until February 3. ValleyDez, Wafi, Oud Metha (04 324 2883).

Gold Raffle at Lamcy Plaza
During the DSF, customers who spend Dhs200 or more in any outlet in the mall will be entered into the gold raffle, in which two customers a week can win eight 100g 24-carat gold bars.
Until February 4. Lamcy Plaza, Oud Metha (04 335 9999).

Home Centre discounts
Looking to give your nest a makeover in 2013? Home Centre is offering discounts from 25 percent up to an impressive 70 percent on furniture sets and household accessories during the shopping festival.
Until February 3. Mall of the Emirates (04 341 4441). Other locations: Mirdif City Centre, Oasis Centre, Reef Mall.

‘Make a date’ at Deira City Centre
Regardless of the amount you spend, present any receipt from your shopping trip during DSF at the Guest Services counter to be entered into the mall’s daily draw. Daily prizes of Dhs1,000 gift cards will be given away, and those who collect at least 12 stamps (one is given for each day of shopping) will be able to enter the grand draw for a Dhs25,000 shopping spree in the mall.
Until January 31. Deira City Centre (04 295 1010).

Shopping fever at Al Ghurair
Entertainment at the mall includes acrobats in bubbles, a human puppet show, mime booths, roaming artists and a fun photo booth filled with props in which to have your picture taken. For every Dhs200 spent in the mall, shoppers will have a chance to win shopping vouchers and Al Ghurair by Rotana treats.
Until February 2. Al Ghurair Centre, Deira (04 222 5222).

Spend and win big at Dubai Outlet Mall
Spend Dhs250 and be entered into a draw to win a Nissan Pathfinder. Individual retailers will also be running sales, including 75 percent off at Mango, from 50 percent off at Bugatti, from 30 percent off at Samsonite, buy one, get one free at Nine West, bargains for under Dhs100 at Steve Madden Outlet and up to 80 percent off at Bauhaus.
While stocks last, or until February 18. Dubai Outlet Mall, Dubai-Al Ain Road (04 367 9009).

Win an Aston Martin at The Dubai Mall
Spend Dhs300 and you can enter the draw for a chance to win a luxury Aston Martin Rapide.
Until February 3. The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 362 7500).

Win a 2013 Kawasaki Ninja bike at Virgin Megastore
Spend Dhs300 in Virgin Megastore this DSF and you could win a 2013 Kawasaki Ninja bike. Double your chances of winning when you spend an extra Dhs100 on any du product or service. There’s also a 25 to 75 percent sale on.
Until February 3. Virgin Megastore, Mall of the Emirates (04 284 3110). Other locations: Mercato Mall, Mirdif City Centre, The Dubai Mall, Burjuman, Deira City Centre.

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