*Mega raffle draw this Sunday with QR200,000 and three car prizes to be won
Shop Qatar has entered its final week of exciting retail offers, in-mall activities and entertainment for all ages.
Until January 20, residents and visitors have a chance to shop at bargain prices at any of the 13 participating malls and The Pearl-Qatar, where retailers are offering discounts of up to 50% as well as special promotions.
For every QR200 spent, shoppers can enter the festival's mega raffle draw for a chance to win cash prizes of QR10,000, QR50,000 and QR100,000 as well as 2019 models of Jaguar E-Pace, Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport.
“As the festival nears its end, we are looking forward to the grand finale celebrations and would like to invite everyone who has been part of this festival to come out and join us,” Noor al-Thani from the Qatar National Tourism Council said in a press statement.
To wrap up the 35 days of shopping and fashion-forward festivities, the Shop Qatar closing ceremony will take place at Doha Festival City on the evening of January 20 at the mall's luxury hall.
The grand finale is set to include a mega raffle draw taking place from 8pm to 9pm followed by a free performance by rising Qatari singer Aisha Aziani at 9.45pm.
Famous American pop/rock music sensations Bazzi and Boyce Avenue are taking to the Qatar National Convention Centre’s stage on January 17 from 7pm to 11pm. Tickets are available on Qtickets at QR275 (General) and QR550 (Premium).
Young Bollywood ace singer Arijit Singh is coming to Qatar for his much-anticipated performance on January 18 at Lusail Sports Arena. Tickets range from QR100 to QR2,500 with VIP Box packages selling for QR10,000 (eight seats) and QR12,000 (11 seats) and are on sale on Wanasa Time.
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