Dubai Festival City’s Mega Souk returns with brilliant discounts on popular brands

Save up to 75 percent on big fashion, sports and accessories brands

Dubai Festival City’s Mega Souk returns with brilliant discounts on popular brands

While the Dubai Shopping Festival may be coming to an end, there’s still plenty of bargains to take advantage of at Dubai Festival City Mall.

The Mega Souk shopping bonanza has returned, offering shoppers the chance to save big with up to 75 percent off major fashion, sports and accessories.

From now until Saturday February 29, the month-long bazaar this year will be offering mega discounts on fashion brands Guess, Kate Spade, KIABI and Claudie Pierlot, along with luxury brands including Maje, Ted Baker, Sandro and many more.

For the sporty bunch, expect deals on Asics, Billabong, Roxy, Quiksilver, DC Shoes, Under Armour, New Balance and Puma.

After for more athleisure-wear outfits? Rockport, Speedo, Converse, Reebok and Adidas will also be offering up 75 percent off selected collections.

Bargain-hunters can find the Mega Souk on the first floor of Dubai Festival City Mall. Now you know where to go, it’s time to get the trolleys out.

In the meantime, don’t miss out on all the final deals of the Dubai Shopping Festival. Time is ticking…

Go on, nab some bargains.
Until Sat Feb 29. Dubai Festival City Mall, www.alfuttaimshops.com/megasouk.

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