Sharjah International Airport's Duty Free officials during a draw ceremony.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Sharjah Airport Duty Free launched a Shop and Win campaign, which includes a raffle for 4 Audi and BMW cars, as part of a strategy to encourage passengers to take advantage of the various options and competitive prices at Duty Free.
The shoppers spend Dhs200 at Sharjah Airport Duty Free shops will get the chance to enter the car raffle draw.
Zaki Naseem from Egypt won the first raffle on April 3. On the other hand, Naseem thanked the UAE and its wise leadership. He also thanked Sharjah Airport for its continued efforts to provide travellers and passengers with the most thrilling experiences.
Felix Brunner, Dufry’s General Manager for the Middle East, India and the Subcontinent, said, “We collaborate with Sharjah Airport to exceed our customers’ expectations and ensure that their shopping journey with us is an unforgettable experience. We worked with our Airport partners and are delighted to announce the launch of the Shop and Win campaign and the first lucky winner. We wish all customers who participate in this raffle good luck.”
The management of Sharjah Airport Duty Free is keen to strengthen its partnerships with the largest duty free retailers around the world to allow them to benefit from the opportunities created by the increasing number of passengers and customers, and to keep pace with the expansion of the airport’s operations.
Sharjah Airport Duty Free offers a wide range of premium cosmetics, perfumes, technology, watches, gifts and candies at competitive prices.
The duty-free shops inside Sharjah Airport are managed by Dufry, a leading global travel retailer that operates in more than 1,100 duty-free and duty-paid shops in airports, cruise lines, seaports, railway stations and downtown tourist areas. Whether you’re looking for something special to take with you for family or friends, or you want to shop for your own favourite brand, Sharjah’s duty-free collection has something for everyone.
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