Eid and Onam promotions are starting today at Safari outlets in Doha.
“As in previous years Safari is introducing a wide variety of quality products at a very affordable rate for our customers,” a statement said.
The ‘Half Value Back Promotion’ is applicable on branded and non-branded readymade products such as gents wear, ladies wear, kids wear and foot wear items for QR200. The customers will get a gift voucher of QR100 when they shop for QR200.
As a part of Eid and Onam celebrations Safari has also arranged a wide variety of dishes in Kerala cuisine and many others as well in their bakery and hot food division.
Also vegetables, fruits and meat items are arranged in fresh food division, exclusively for this festival season.
Safari Group director and general manager Zainul Abideen said that Safari is focusing on variety of collections, cheaper price promotions and above all for the highest satisfaction of customers.
A variety of cultural and game shows are arranged in Safari Mall at Abu Hamour from September 1 to 4.
There will be a musical game show led by R J Sooraj. Popular singer Navas Palery and other well-known artists are taking part.
On the day of Onam (September 4), there will be a variety of games and competitions arranged for women and children. There will be an Onam feast in the Safari bakery and hot food section. There will also be a ‘Payasa Mela’ from September 5 to 8.
Also running is Safari’s mega promotion event ‘Win 20 Toyota Camry car’.
The third lucky draw is scheduled on August 30 at Safari Mall.
Customers can participate in this lucky draw with purchases of at least QR50.
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