The sixth anniversary celebrations of Wathnan Mall, located in the Maither area, were launched on Wednesday.
The mall is celebrating the event along with its anchor tenants Masskar hypermarket and Zarabi department store. The events were kicked off jointly by the officials of Wathnan Mall and Masskar Group. They cut a 11-metre long Kunafa (traditional Arabic sweet) to mark the occasion.
According to the group officials it has now become the longest Kunafa made in Qatar breaking the earlier record held by their group at the previous anniversary celebrations.
As part of the celebrations, the management has planned a variety of promotions and offers. The celebrations will continue until February 6 and there are exciting SUR“PRICE” deals for family customers between 6pm and 10 pm daily.
To help the family customers shop while their children have unlimited fun, Masskar has come up with an offer for the first time in Qatar. For every purchase worth QR500 from Masskar, the customer will get a gift voucher worth QR100 which can be redeemed at Zarabi Department Stores and a Gift card worth QR50 which can be used for games and rides at Wathnan Fun city.
A ‘Buy 1 get 1 free offer’ is also on in the garments section of Zarabi Department Stores.
In addition to this, SUR“PRICE” deals are announced every evening across various sections of Masskar Hypermarket and Zarabi Department Stores. It provides “world class products at unbelievable prices”. This is in addition to the month-end promotions at the Masskar and Zarabi Department Stores.
Offers and promotions are also available at a number of other shops at the mall, which has close to 78 independent business establishments.
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