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Dubai Shopping Festival

15 Jan 2019
Shoppers can fly higher with this year’s Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) thanks to a special offer from Emirates airline. Economy class ticket holders can enjoy additional baggage allowance on return flights during the biggest shopping festival of the year, running until 2 February.
13 Oct 2018
As the year gradually wind down, the city of Dubai has revealed its calendar of top events for the rest of the year and the first quarter of 2019. Topping the list are the famous Dubai Shopping Festival, Dubai Food Festival, the Dubai Design Week, the Arab Fashion Week, among others. This means that whether…
24 Dec 2016
All is now set for the 22nd edition of the yearly Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF), which opens on December 26 and runs till end of January 2017. The festival, which will be the longest running edition ...

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