DSF: VAT-free shopping week announced in Dubai

Check out the full list of high-end brands that you can get tax-free

  
Latest edition of Dubai Shopping Festival set to play pivotal role in boosting domestic tourism building on growing momentum in retail and tourism sectors amid stringent implementation of health and safety guidelines. Image courtesy Dubai Media Office Twitter handle.

Latest edition of Dubai Shopping Festival set to play pivotal role in boosting domestic tourism building on growing momentum in retail and tourism sectors amid stringent implementation of health and safety guidelines. Image courtesy Dubai Media Office Twitter handle.

The Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) has just announced a week-long scheme that will let you shop without paying the Value-Added Tax (VAT).

Fashion lovers can enjoy “seven days of an additional five per cent off while shopping on their favourite big brands” with the ‘Club Apparel x 6thstreet.com DSF 24/7 VAT On Us’ promotion.

One of the “retail highlights” of the 26th edition of DSF — organized by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE) in collaboration with Club Apparel and 6thstreet.com — residents and visitors can take advantage of the promotion from January 3 to 9.

“Amazing offers will be available on a wide range of high-end fashion brands as well as family favorites at Club Apparel stores across Dubai’s biggest and best malls and also online 24 hours a day at ww.6thstreet.com,” the DFRE said on Saturday.

Participating Club Apparel brands include Dune London, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Rituals, LC Waikiki, ALDO & ALDO Accessories, Skechers, Crocs, Herschel, Inglot, Birkenstock, Levi’s, Aeropostale, La Vie En Rose, Charles & Keith, The Children’s Place, CCC, Athlete’s Co, ACO Price, Lakeland, Naturalizer, Moreschi, Beverly Hills Polo Club, Nautica, Call It Spring, Nine West, Hush Puppies, R&B, UGG, Ardene, Brand Bazzaar, Toms, New Yorker, Skyzone and HEMA Amsterdam.

 
 

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