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Dubai Festival City Mall Launches 2nd Edition of Dubai Home Festival
 
Dubai Festival City Mall Launches 2nd Edition of Dubai Home Festival

Event will run from September 24 to October 10 

Shoppers could win a rent-free two-bedroom apartment at Marsa Plaza, Dubai Festival City, or an IKEA voucher worth AED 10,000 on spends of over AED 500 

Dubai, UAE, September 24, 2020: Home to some of the biggest events in the city, Dubai Festival City Mall constantly bring the greatest experiences to customers and the 2nd edition of DFRE’s Dubai Home Festival is no exception. Customers can enjoy a variety of offers across retailers like ZARA Home, Pan Emirates and IKEA and others as well. 

This year, the Dubai Home Festival aims to bring even bigger and better deals. Shoppers who spend AED 500 at home stores across the mall get a chance to win a rent-free two-bedroom apartment at Marsa Plaza, Dubai Festival City, for a year! With its stunning views of the historical Dubai Creek, Burj Khalifa and Dubai Creek Harbour, Marsa Plaza offers one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as three and four-bedroom duplexes and penthouses suitable for small or large families. Located within Dubai Festival City, the residential tower offers its residents an unparalleled choice of lifestyle experiences and amenities including a world-class mall, international schools, an office tower and hotels, cinema complex, restaurants and cafes, all located within walking distance or a short drive. 

Marsa Plaza with its signature shape and majestic architectural design is a striking landmark on the Dubai city skyline and offers its residents a stylish, cosmopolitan place to call home with incredible views of the Dubai Creek and cityscape. Additionally, one can furnish their new haven with a gift voucher worth AED 10,000 from Swedish furniture giant IKEA. Shoppers can double their entries by spending at stores including IKEA, Ace, Jashanmal, H&M Home, The Mattress Store and many more.

During the Home Festival, shoppers are in for a treat with IKEA offering discounts of up to 70% during the entire event, with fun in-store activities taking place each day. Those who have been eyeing up products at retailers like ZARA home and Pan Emirates can make huge savings with the home retailers offering discounts of up to 60%.

To top things off and kick off the celebrations in style, after a six-month refurbishment period and with new musical fountain shows, events and unbelievable laser and projection mapping experience, IMAGINE, the much-loved, two-time record-breaking visual and sensory extravaganza at the iconic Festival Bay will be making its return tonight, 24th September.

Marking its comeback with a spectacular firework display at 9:00pm, IMAGINE will debut a new exclusive Baby Shark medley, voted by shoppers as the number one choice of song to be introduced to IMAGINE. Perfect for families to enjoy and with lots of exciting events, promotions and activities to look forward to as Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment’s three week long Dubai Home Festival kicks off on the same day, all the IMAGINE action will begin at 7:00pm this evening, Thursday, 24th September at Festival Bay.

So what are you waiting for? Offering an array of deals and experiences from shopping, dining, entertainment, Dubai Festival City Mall will leave visitors spoilt for choice.


Posted by : Dubai PR Network Editorial Team
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PR Category : Real Estate & Retail
Posted on : Thursday, September 24, 2020  10:59:00 AM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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