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There's a 72-hour sale in Dubai
Updated on 10 July 2017

Drop everything and make your way to the malls as Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) has announced a 72-hour sale on a range of fashion and apparel brands. The sale, which starts today, promises to offer bigger savings on already discounted retail items. There are more than 70 brands participating and some of them include Tommy Hilfiger, Nine West, TOMS, Naturalizer, Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Aldo, Victoria’s Secret, UGG, Forever 21, Next, Muji, Mothercare, Dorothy Perkins, Debenhams, Koton, New Look and Aldo Accessories. Dubai Summer Surprises offers shoppers the opportunity to buy a range of products at discounts of up to 75%.

The participating malls are: 

Al Ghurair Centre
Arabian Centre
Burjuman
City Centre Barsha
City Centre Deira
City Center Me'aisem
City Centre Mirdif
City Centre Shindagha
City Walk
Dubai Festival City
Dubai Marina Mall
Dubai Outlet Mall
Ibn Battuta Mall
Mall of the Emirates
Mercato
Oasis Centre
The Dubai Mall
The Outlet Village
Town Centre

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