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DSF final weekend: Win up to Dh500,000, supercar

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Dubai - The two raffle draws are just part of selection of events event organisers have put together to celebrate the end of the month-long event.



By Web report

Published: Wed 27 Jan 2021, 5:31 PM

Last updated: Fri 29 Jan 2021, 10:48 AM

One lucky winner will walk away with a whopping Dh500,000 on the final day of the Dubai Shopping Festival, which is gearing up for the ultimate farewell this weekend after a month of retail therapy for visitors and residents alike.

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Tickets for the INFINITI Mega Raffle are priced at Dh200 and can be purchased at select ENOC and EPCO petrol stations, Zoom stores and Dubai Metro stations.

Another life-changing prize up for grabs is a W Motors Fenyr SuperSport supercar worth Dh6 million. Shoppers who buy a special scale model of the Fenyr SuperSport — available online only for Dh1,500 — will receive a coupon to enter the draw. The raffle is open until 30 March.

The two raffle draws are just part of selection of events event organisers have put together to celebrate the end of the month-long event that ends on January 30.

A final DSF Final Sale will see 300 brands offer up to 90 per cent off a huge range of items at more than 1,000 stores from January 28-30.

Meanwhile, the twice nightly free Drone Light Shows will continue at The Beach opposite JBR and Bluewaters throughout the last weekend. A total of 300 drones will lift off at 7pm and 9.30pm for the free shows. One performance — titled ‘Dubai, A City of Adventure’ — will join mascots Modesh and Dana on an exploratory journey around the city. The other show — titled ‘Dubai, From the Past to the Present’ — will reveal the city’s journey and feature the official DSF song ‘Dubai Kawkab Aakhar’ (which translates to ‘Dubai is another planet’).

The Dubai Shopping Festival Market at Al Khawaneej’s Enchanted Garden theme, inspired by the children’s book Alice in Wonderland, will also continue into the last weekend. Families can enjoy bites from local eateries who have set up stalls at The Hub, at the nearby Quranic Park, with foodies able to sample sushi rolls, chocolate treats and a range of other dishes from 4pm onwards until January 30. Market opening times are Thursday to Saturday, 4pm to 2am.


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