Shoppers will be able to score up to 90 per cent off for three days only.
Need to make a head-start on that Christmas shopping but haven’t yet faced a full-on mall trawl?
Well, sit tight for a few more days—because you could score some cut-price presents if you do.
(Not that we advocate scrimping on treating your loved ones but hey, the festive period can get really pricey).
The three-day super sale is returning to Dubai between November 23 and 25, with brands offering between 30 per cent and 90 per cent off selected items.
So, who’s taking part? Well, you’ll find find bargains at more than 400 brands across 1,500 outlets, including department stores Harvey Nichols, Galeries Lafayette, Bloomingdale’s, Robinsons and Debenhams.
You can find a full list of brands at 3daysupersale.com, but fashion high-street highlights include Zara, Banana Republic, Topshop and River Island, while you might find your next sole mates at Charlotte Olympia or Kurt Geiger.
For beauty aficionados, there’ll be prices splashed at brands such as Bobby Brown, Ilamasqua, Laura Mercier Neal’s Yard Remedies and KIKO Milano.
Home Centre, ID Design, Reiss, MaxMara, Wojooh, Zara Home, Mamas & Papas, Puma and Converse were also listed among the retailers taking part (so it looks like the sale will basically feature everything you can think of).
The three-day extravaganza is a recent addition to Dubai’s retail calendar, with the first held back in May.
It’s not the only sale period set to hit the city before the year is out either, with the dates for the next Dubai Shopping Festival revealed just last week.
The city’s malls will be overtaken by deals from December 26 to January 27 2018, organisers revealed, with the month-long affair jam-packed with offers, activities, discounts and prizes (such as the chance to win luxury cars and gold).
There will also be family-friendly events through the festival, with concerts and firework shows planned across the month.
We’ll share a full programme with you when we have it, but in the meantime we’ll be preemptively writing our shopping lists…