Doha Festival City (DHFC) has announced its participation in Shop Qatar, a country-wide shopping festival initiated by Qatar Tourism.
DHFC will be the first mall to launch the raffle draw on September 17, offering participants a chance to win one of five amazing grand prizes, including an Aston Martin Vangtage worth QR700,000 and four different luxury models of Genesis cars, as well as 12 significant cash prizes, ranging from QR100,00 to QR15,000.
“We are delighted to once again collaborate with Qatar Tourism and celebrate Shop Qatar, a celebratory platform that places Doha as a key destination for shopping and tourism in the region.
“We invite all our visitors to reap the extensive range of discounts and offers available at Festival City, and to join us for a chance to win, and celebrate with us unforgettable moments,” DHFC general manager Robert Hall said.
During the month of Shop Qatar festival (until October 10), most retailers at DHFC will run exclusive offers and promotions to mark the shopping celebration
With over 430 retail outlets, including 100 food and dining options, and over 100 kiosks, DHFC is the number one choice for everyone to enjoy the events and offerings of Shop Qatar.
The mall is known to be home to the best local, regional, and international brands, some of which are exclusive to Festival City with no other branches anywhere else in the country.
Shop Qatar raffle draw will be the third one taking place in DHFC this year after the success of the previous fully digital raffle draw held last March and July. The raffle draw system is 100% digital, giving every participating shopper a chance to win a variety of prizes.
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