Shoppers are in the mood to pick up more stuff as malls and stores in Dubai get ready for a Three Day Super Sale starting Friday (May 26). With discounts up to 90 per cent, retailers are making sure they give every reason for shoppers to show up from 10:00 am.
The biannual three day super sale event — which has been happening since 2017 — “gets bigger and better every year as shoppers look forward to the chance to make the most of unmissable deals”.
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This Three Day Super Sale or 3DSS has more than 500 brands taking part.
For many shoppers, this is a chance to buy at lower prices ahead of their vacations, with retailer saying that prices on fashion and accessories will be the one category to show off some of the highest discounts.
– Mall of the Emirates
– City Centre Mirdif
– City Centre Deira
– City Centre Me’aisem
– City Centre Al Shindagha
– Dubai Festival City Mall
– Dubai Festival Plaza
– Nakheel Mall
– Ibn Battuta
– Circle Mall
– Town Center
– The Beach
– City Walk
– The Outlet Village
How to beat the crowds?
Research and plan ahead, set helpful budgets, keep track of your spending and make sure to check return policies to get the most of the experience. Lastly, all shoppers should make sure to take breaks and stay hydrated while out and about.
Shopping ahead of the holidays
Retailers will … often plan their super sales around specific seasons. With the summer break coming up, the 3DSS is the perfect time for retailers to encourage purchases in advance of the holidays. Some retailers may also choose to reward loyal customers with exclusive access to sales or provide additional promotions that can encourage repeat purchases, and to drive long-term customer engagement.
Close to Eid’s deals
This weekend’s mega-promotions are running close to the heavy shopping activity that already took place late April during the Eid phase. Retailers though are confident shoppers will still be turning up.