Save Big with Al Futtaim's Second Mega Souk at Dubai Festival City Mall

From 28th May - 1st June, shoppers will have the chance to get glammed up for Eid and splurge on over 50 brands with mega savings

  
Save Big with Al Futtaim's Second Mega Souk at Dubai Festival City Mall

Dubai: Bargain hunters, get ready for a five day treat! After a successful first run, Dubai Festival City Mall will be hosting Al-Futtaim Retail’s Mega Souk for the second time from Tuesday 28th May to Saturday 1st June. Promising shoppers great deals and savings, across leading fashion, sports, kids, accessories brands and for the first time – home and electronics brands.

Shoppers can get their favorite Eid looks at discounted rates from leading fashion brands including Sandro, Kate Spade, Robinsons – the UAE’s largest department store – Bebe, Ba&sh, and many other brands that will be joining forces to offer shoppers great bargains and deals. Shoppers will also be able to indulge in the latest accessories must-haves in watches from brands like Casio, Fossil, DKNY and Ferrari.

And for the first time, shoppers can now enjoy discounts in electronics from Panasonic and Samsung and home appliances from ACE. The promotions don’t stop there however, as athleisure wear brands, including Billabong, Speedo, Umbro, Reebok and adidas will also be offering discounts on selected collections. Meanwhile those with families can also explore exciting offers at the world's leading dedicated toy and baby retailer, Toys “R” Us.

The Mega Souk will be located in Level 1 at Dubai Festival City Mall and shoppers can take advantage of the late Ramadan mall timings, which are from 10:00 am to 12:00 midnight on weekdays and 10:00 am to 01:00 am on weekends.

For more information, please visit: www.alfuttaimshops.com/megasouk  

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About Dubai Festival City Mall
Dubai Festival City Mall, is one of the major shopping destinations in Dubai. With over 400 outlets, the mall is home to Dubai’s only IKEA, renowned fashion brands like Zara, H&M, TopShop, Coach, DKNY, Kate Spade and for the first time in the Middle East, luxury Singaporean department store, Robinsons. The dining destination offers iconic waterfront Dining on Festival Bay, 56 restaurants and café, the largest Food Court in Dubai and first to market F&B concepts like Sugar Factory, Tortilla, and the Middle East’s only Hard Rock Café. The entertainment venue offers a 7-star 18-Screen Novo Cinemas with 4D IMAX, a 70,000 sq. ft. family entertainment centre, Fabyland and Festival City’s newest addition the global attraction IMAGINE.

IMAGINE is a two-time record-breaking attraction, which is a spectacular water, laser, light show showing daily on the iconic, Festival Bay. It harnesses the power of light, water, and fire, combined with giant aqua screens, 30 lasers and fountains and surround sound to connect with audiences and produce a show like never seen before. IMAGINE holds the Guinness World Records for the largest water screen projection and the largest permanent projection mapping.

Festival Bay, is the ‘most instagrammable sunset in Dubai’, meets the waters of the historic Dubai Creek. There are over 15 waterfront dining options at Festival Bay, some of which include, Cheesecake Factory, Eataly, Turkish Village and authentic Emirati cuisine at Al Fanar.

Dubai Festival City Mall visitors will discover over 7,000 parking spaces, valet parking services, two taxi ranks, VIP Valet, personal styling, and the traditional dhow cruises.

Festival City Mall has full accessibility via water being located in Dubai Creek Harbour, with RTA Water Taxis departing every hour from Festival Bay.

For more information on Dubai Festival City Mall, please visit http://www.dubaifestivalcitymall.com/ 

About Al-Futtaim
Established in the 1930s as a trading business, Al-Futtaim today, is one of the most diversified and progressive, privately held regional businesses headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Structured into four operating divisions; automotive, financial services, real estate and retail; employing more than 42,000 employees across 29 countries in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, we partner with over 200 of the world's most admired and innovative brands.

Al-Futtaim’s entrepreneurship and relentless customer focus enables the organisation to continue to grow and expand; responding to the changing needs of our customers within the societies in which we operate.

By upholding our values of respect, excellence, collaboration, integrity; Al-Futtaim continues to enrich the lives and aspirations of our customers each and every day. For more information, please visit: www.alfuttaim.com 

For further inquiries, please contact:
Sara El Niel
T 9714 3304030 E 435
Email: s.elniel@ipn.ae  

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