Big discounts on gold and jewelry … and exceptional offers in...

Big discounts on gold and jewelry … and exceptional offers in...
Big discounts on gold and jewelry … and exceptional offers in...

continues its celebration of the Festival of Lights “Diwali” by offering a range of exceptional promotional offers on jewelry, giving Dubai residents and visitors the opportunity to get wonderful gifts for special occasions.

These distinctive offers include a large number of independent malls and retail stores that will provide in cooperation with the Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment on jewelry pieces and distinctive gold designs, traditional and modern costumes from the largest brands and most famous designers, in addition to elegant household items and many more.


Dubai Gold and Jewelery Group is the ideal destination to buy luxury jewelery and gold pieces during the “Diwali” festival, in more than 100 stores across Dubai, offering a wide range of discounts in celebration of the annual Festival of Lights.

Shoppers can enter a draw to win vouchers with a total value of up to 100 thousand dirhams when spending 500 dirhams at any of the participating stores.

Dubai Gold and Jewelery Group also offers a “Buy One Get One Free” offer on a selection of diamond and pearl jewelery.

The advantage of the gold for gold offer is that shoppers do not pay any manufacturing fees for 18, 21 and 22 karat gold jewelry.

The display of gold jewelry from the Dubai Gold and Jewelery Group also includes shoppers receiving a free gift of jewelry when purchasing from a specific collection of jewelry.

The brands participating in the shows, which are valid until November 21, include Jawhara Jewelery, “Indus Jewelery”, “Toguri Jewelery”, “Anaaqa Jewelery”, “Yassin Jewelery”, “Mina Jewelery” and “Jewelery”. Clouds Jewelery, Kochi Jewelery, Sky Jewelery, Hema Jewelery, Guru Jewelery, Bubbly Jewelery, Joy Alukkas, Malabar Gold and Jewelery, and many more.

And a group of malls in Dubai offers shoppers the opportunity to enter a raffle draw to win gold prizes worth 100,000 dirhams when they spend 200 dirhams at any of the participating stores.

20 lucky winners will receive 20 grams of gold each during the “Diwali” festival.

The list of participating malls includes Al Khail Gate Complex, “Arab Center”, “Bay Avenue”, “Burjuman”, “Dubai Outlet Mall”, “Oasis Mall”, “Time Square Center”, “The Mall” and “Reef Mall”. .

City Center Al Shindagha is hosting the “Diwali” market in partnership with Carrefour, which offers exclusive discounts on a wide range of products, fashion and gifts for the festival of lights celebrations.

City Center Deira and City Center Al Shindagha give shoppers a chance to win half a kilogram of gold during this year’s Festival of Lights.

Dubai residents and visitors who spend 200 dirhams in any of the two malls until November 14 will have the opportunity to participate in a shopping raffle and win.

City Center Al Shindagha also hosts a “Spin and Win” game for shoppers who spent 200 dirhams at any store and obtained an electronic code from the customer service desk.

And shoppers have to spin the wheel in the game to win guaranteed prizes.

Dubai Festival Plaza Mall offers cash prizes to residents and lucky shoppers who want to take advantage of the wonderful promotions as part of the celebration of the festival of lights, “Diwali”.

Prizes can be redeemed via the Festival Rewards smartphone app until November 30th.


Amira Jewelery offers shoppers a gold necklace, bracelet or earrings when purchasing diamond jewelery with a value of between 3000 and 10,000 dirhams, until November 28th.

And shoppers can win a silver contract when they buy gold worth 3000 dirhams, win a gold necklace or gold earrings when they buy gold worth 6000 dirhams, and win a gold bracelet when they spend 10 thousand dirhams.

Prima Diamonds offers 75% discounts on select diamond jewelery, and Jawhara Jewelery offers 50% discounts on a selection of jewelery from 6 to 21 November.

Dubai Design Week is being held in the Dubai Design District from 9 to 14 November in a safe outdoor environment, giving shoppers the opportunity to explore the best contemporary designs to celebrate the Festival of Lights.

This year, Dubai Design Week will spotlight a host of artisans, creatives, entrepreneurs, small businesses and independent food producers.

The Ripe Market, located in the Park Academy in Umm Suqeim, is an ideal destination for shopping and exploring various products with the onset of mild weather, as it includes a wide range of household items, clothes, cosmetics, jewelry and many more.

The market is home to a wonderful group of craftsmen and creatives who offer beautiful gifts and offers to suit all family and friends.

The weekly market coincides with this year’s Diwali celebrations, and is held from 10 am-7pm on November 14th.

Indian movie fans can check out the latest Bollywood releases, news and events with Filmfare magazine raffles.

Visitors to the “Bloomingdale’s” store in the “Dubai Mall” must stand in front of the magazine’s front cover, take a picture and upload it to social media using the hashtags @ bloomingdalesme, # bloomingdalesme, @FilmfareME and #FilmfareMiddleEast to win.

Two lucky movie fans will win a one-year subscription to Film Magazine each.


The Salsa store for men and women is offering 35% discounts on select collections from November 6 to 21, while American Eagle Outfitters and Annabelle are offering 50% discounts on specific items during the same period.

“IX” and “Sheikhs” stores are hosting partial discounts of 25 to 75% from the 6th to the 21st of November, while the “Next” store offers the “buy one piece and get the other for free” offer on specific collections, and an offer to buy two pieces and get the third for free on sets Selected items, as well as certain pieces at 50 to 85 dirhams, from November 8 to 14.

The French luxury fashion house “Balmain” and the Italian fashion brand “Gianfranco Ferre” are offering discounts from 70 to 75% through its stores across Dubai from 6 to 21 November.

The “Versace” brand offers discounts of 30 to 75%, while the Wrangler Store offers discounts of 25 to 75%.


Faces shop offers discounts of 30 to 50% on perfumes and cosmetics, and the “Face Shop” store offers 30% discounts on specific products.

The perfume brand “Abdul Samad Al Qurashi” offers 50% discounts on all its products from 6 to 21 November, and “Alessandro Del Acqua” offers discounts from 70 to 75%, while “Bin Kamal” perfumes offers discounts from 25 to 75% during the period. Itself.

Home furnishings and fixtures

Red Carpet and Villeroy & Boch are offering partial discounts of 30 to 70% and 25 to 75%, respectively, on home furnishings, home appliances and kitchenware from 6 to 21 November.

The “Royal Palace” store offers partial discounts from 25 to 75%, while the “Laura Ashley” store offers discounts from 25 to 70%, while the Koala Living and Chatels and More store offers discounts from 25 to 75% during the same period.

Home Box stores in “Oasis Mall”, “Ibn Battuta Mall” and “Centrepoint in Bur Dubai” offer a selection of the Festival of Lights with discounts of 25% on specific items, including special lights for the festival, traditional gifts and many more.

The offer is valid until November 25.

Visitors to “Homes R Us” stores in “Ibn Battuta Mall”, “Arab Center”, “Mazaya Center” and “Zabeel Mall” for furniture can enjoy discounts of 25 to 70%, as part of the store’s offers for the Festival of Lights from 6 to 21 Nov.

Customers can also obtain a voucher worth 100 dirhams for every purchase of more than 1000 dirhams from 6 to 14 November.

“Jashanmal” store offers partial discounts of 25 to 75%, while the museum store offers discounts of 25 to 75%, and “The One” store offers 25% discounts on specific items from 6 to 21 November.


Better Life store offers a variety of offers on a specific package of products, with discounts of 50 to 800 dirhams, when spending an amount ranging between 1500 and 10 thousand dirhams from 6 to 21 November.

While “Harmon House” offers its customers free instant gifts that include “JBL” headphones when purchasing the “Samsung S20 Plus” smart phone, “a Samsung watch” when buying a “Samsung” Fold mobile phone, in addition to the “JBL 5.1 system” Home audio when purchasing a 65-inch Samsung screen from November 6th to 21st.

ISmart also offers partial discounts of 25 to 75% during the same period.

the glasses

Solaris offers partial discounts of 30 to 75% from 6 to 21 November. Vision Express also offers partial discounts of 25 to 75% during the same period, while the first optical store offers a variety of special offers that include discounts of 30 Up to 60% on all Ray Ban prescription frames, 4% discounts on sunglasses, 50% on eyeglasses, and 60% off all tires.

Sun Vision, Tri-Vision and OptiVision also offer discounts of 50 to 75%, 30 to 60% and 30 to 70%, respectively, from 6 to 21 November.

Crystal Vision is offering discounts of 50 to 70%, while Dubai Optics and Sunglasses Store is offering partial discounts of 30 to 70% from 6 to 21 November.


The Zomato app offers its own festival of lights offer with big discounts at more than 200 of Dubai’s most popular Indian, South Asian and international restaurants, where families and friends can enjoy 15 to 40% discounts on in-restaurant dining experiences and over 50% for orders through Internet, for a minimum of 20 dirhams.

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