In celebration of China’s most popular festival, Qatar Duty Free (QDF) and China UnionPay International are offering special Chinese New Year promotions to passengers travelling through Doha’s Hamad International Airport (HIA).
UnionPay card holders shopping in QDF boutiques within HIA until February 7 also have the opportunity to win instant retail vouchers.
Passengers purchasing QDF fragrances, cosmetics, skincare, confectionery, and other gift items above the value of QR1,500 ($410) using a UnionPay International credit card, will be invited to participate in a lucky draw, and rewarded with a traditional Chinese red envelope containing a shopping voucher of either QR100, QR150 or QR200 to enjoy at QDF retail outlets until February 9.
Throughout the festivities, a dedicated team of Mandarin-speaking QDF ambassadors, wearing traditional Chinese dress, will welcome travellers to QDF stores highlighting the range of promotions on offer.
“Chinese New Year remains one of the most important holidays in China and QDF recognises the significance of this holiday to its customers. Our partnership with UnionPay International is a fantastic opportunity for us to reward our valued guests,” QDF senior vice president Luis Gasset said in a statement.
“As well as offering an array of seasonal promotions to those travelling during this time, our Chinese New Year inspired installation, and decorations, allow QDF to share in the spirit of the holiday season with our travellers,” he added.
Traditional Chinese-inspired adornments will be featured throughout HIA, including the main departures hall and the airport’s South and North Terminal.
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