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Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
One of the regular shopping events for residents in Dubai, 3 Day Super Sale (3DSS) officially kicks off tomorrow meaning residents and visitors can enjoy 72 hours of non-stop promotions, huge offers and epic deals on an amazing range of products.
With prices reduced by as much as 90 per cent at 1,500 stores, there’s something for everyone from the latest fashion styles to the newest technology-packed gadgets, children’s accessories and homeware.
One of the city’s most exciting and best loved retail celebrations, 3DSS is organised by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE) and runs from 27 to 29 May.
All the malls, stores, outlets and branches taking part in this latest edition of 3DSS will follow the important health and safety rules, including social distancing and the wearing of masks at all times.
However, Mercato is pleased to take part in the 3-Day Super Sale event; organized by the DFRE, an agency of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing. Throughout the weekend, Mercato and Town Centre Jumeriah visitors will be able to take advantage of the amazing retail offers with discounts on a wide range of merchandise at the participating outlets.
Nisreen Boustani, PR and Corporate Communication Manager of Mercato and Town Centre Jumeirah, said "Shopping at Mercato and Town Centre Jumeirah is an exciting experience, but with dramatically reduced prices it just got even better! From finding bargains to sourcing the best of the sales, there'll be plenty of bargains to bag across all our participating outlets this weekend.
Shoppers can get up to 90 per cent off at many different brands across both malls till May 29. The three-day is an integral event in Dubai's annual retail calendar since it is a great opportunity to boost UAE retail sector and attract more tourists and shoppers."
Furthermore, Pan Emirates Home Furnishings, the leading Emirati brand in the indoor and outdoor furniture industry, brought out its 2021 new summer collection reflecting a new aspect of nature in design and colors and creating a feeling of comfort and peace.
The collection captures the essence of the season and brings a sense of comfort to various parts of the home by combining trending summer colors, soft materials, and vivid patterns. This diverse range, handpicked from around the world, includes excellent designs for the living room, bedroom, dining room, kid's bedroom, outdoor, and much more, as well as a plethora of accessories to decorate your homes for summer.
One can explore a wide palette of hues from earthy tones to tropical green, pastels to basic whites to shades of Mediterranean blue to add a comforting touch to your abodes. In addition to astounding furniture, the collection also brings forth fascinating accessories to highlight the beauty and glamour of the interiors, whether through nature-inspired paintings or amusing abstract arts or unique contemporary lightings.
Further celebrating the Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) season 2019, the very special “Shop, Win & Drive” campaign by Dubai Shopping Malls Group (DSMG) has registered a good season for all the participating malls with the last few days
Tens of thousands from the residents to tourists thronged leading malls across Dubai to grab and became the first to enjoy the bundles of sale promotions as part of the month-long Dubai Shopping Festival.
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