general info THE SUPER SALE IS BACK!
The Super Sale Is Back!
Updated on 27 October 2019

The seventh 3 Day Super Sale is back and will take place this weekend, starting on Thursday 31 October and running through till Saturday 2 November, once again offering shoppers huge savings with discounts of up to 90 per cent off fashion, beauty, gold, home, electronics and jewellery across Dubai’s shopping malls.

The event, which happens twice a year, this time around features over 500 different brands offering promotions across more than 2,000 different outlets.

And if the discounts weren’t enough, shoppers who use a RAKBANK Mastercard, can get a chance to win what they spend back during the 3 Day Super Sale. Every AED 250 spent on RAKBANK Digital wallet Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay will get ten chances in the draw, where a total of 20 winners will be chosen.

“The 3 Day Super Sale is one of the highly anticipated events in our Retail Calendar, giving shoppers the perfect opportunity to shop and make the most of the great deals in Dubai. We are very grateful to our partners for their continuous efforts and contributions to making our festivals successful, and we encourage everyone to take advantage of the opportunities to win cash back during this limited time by visiting the city’s many malls and retail outlets this weekend.” said Ahmed Al Khaja, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment.

Some of major brands taking part in the sale this weekend include Givenchy, Hollister, Springfield, Women’s Secret, Bershka, Gap, Hugo Boss, DKNY, Michael Kors, Coach, Nyx, Urban Decay, Abdul Smad Al Qurashi, Homes R Us, Home Box, Danube Home, Tavola, Pottery Bran, Jashanmal, Zara Home, ACE, Seafolly, Lululemon Athletica, Sun & Sand Sports, Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, Reebok, Virgin Megastore, Jumbo Electronics, Better Life, Harman House, Jacky’s Electronics and a lot more. .

Full details of this year’s 3 Day Super Sale can be found through the different social media channels using @DSFsocial or www.3daysupersale.com.

 

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