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Dubai Shopping Festival 2024: Your Ultimate Guide to DSF!

With the Dubai shopping festival around the corner, Dubai is all set to step up its shopping game. Isn’t every shopaholic’s dream of visiting DSF once in a lifetime? If you think shopping for popular brands in high-end retail stores on a budget is impossible, think again. This dream comes with no price. Or, let’s say, it comes at half the price at the Dubai Shopping Festival 2023-2024. Having a tough time deciding where to go and what to buy in DSF? We have got you covered!

Here’s a complete guide to prepare yourself for the ever-popular Dubai shopping festival 2024!

What is the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF)?

The Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) is a fantastic yearly event that is a heaven for all shopping lovers. The festival offers great shopping deals, entertainment, and festivities to its millions of visitors, making it one of a kind! With amazing discounts, promotions, live performances, and so much more across the city’s malls and retail outlets, Shopping Festival Dubai will not let anyone get bored. Plan your Dubai trip according to the dates of the Dubai shopping festival and make sure you don’t miss it this year!

Dubai Shopping Festival Dates 2024

This year, the dates of the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) are scheduled from December 8, 2023, to January 14, 2024, so, book your Shopping Festival 2024 package today!

Why visit DSF 2024?

Not only one, but there are plenty of reasons why you should visit DSF—the Dubai Shopping Festival—on your Dubai holidays:

  • Irresistible Deals: From outstanding offers to big discounts, DSF 2024 is all set to offer visitors an unparalleled shopping experience.
  • Exciting Entertainment: Not only shopping, but DSF also focuses on providing enriching experiences by organising live concerts, dazzling performances, cultural events, and more.
  • Fun Package for Families: DSF entertains both adults and kids and make sure everyone is having fun by providing activities such as, interactive workshops, kids’ zones, and more.

Why just give when you can take as well?

The shoppers can even their budget by cashing on their chance to win incredible prizes—from Infiniti QX50 to other gift hampers worth 150,000 AED daily! You can participate in the raffle by buying a sweepstake ticket worth 200 AED. Also, depending on your spending on any given day, you get cash coupons and gifts in various outlets.

Top Places to Visit During DSF

  • Shop in the group of Majid Al Futtaim malls—City Centre Mirdif
  • City Centre Me’aisem
  • Mall of the Emirates
  • City Centre Al Shindagha
  • City Centre Deira
  • My City Centre Al Barsha offer sale from 12 PM till midnight.

And Hey, there are Fireworks! Catch them Here!

Dubai Shopping Festival

Find a less-crowded spot and settle at any of these places:

  • On day 1, exclusive fireworks are held in Dubai Creek and Dubai Festival City in addition to these places.

The rest of the five weeks, you can catch the fireworks here!

  • Al Seef – 8:30 PM
  • La Mer – 9 PM
  • Jumeirah Beach – 8 PM

Music Lover, Anyone?

Attend and get your tickets to Rewind Reloaded with legendary Bollywood singers. The event is scheduled on 10th December at the Coca-Cola Arena.

Not one to get carried away by shopping? You must be supernatural, but DSF has got you covered: Here’s a mix of history and culture!

Shopping, cultural shows, educational programs and heritage exhibits are on offer in the Al Seef district. It is certainly one to look forward to, as speculations are that Al Seef is trying to recreate primitive Dubai Creek!

Are you ready for the shopping experience of a lifetime? Book your trip to Dubai with Pickyourtrail, and worry only about what to pack and hat to buy:)

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