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Dubai’s 3-day ‘Great Online Sale’ starts tomorrow: Get up to 95% off

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The Great Online Sale in Dubai

The second edition of The Great Online Sale in Dubai has returned, presenting discounts of up to 95 percent on chosen e-commerce platforms for a duration of three days.

Organized by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), this seasonal shopping extravaganza enables you to explore various online retailers from the comfort of your home, with the convenience of doorstep delivery. Whether you’re looking to treat yourself or find the perfect gift for Ramadan or Eid, this sale promises significant savings in dirhams.

The Great Online Sale in Dubai

From March 29th to 31st, 2024, shoppers will have the opportunity to enjoy discounts of up to 95 percent on a wide range of items including clothes, electronics, beauty products, homeware, jewelry, shoes, and more.

The deals span popular shopping websites including,,,,,,, and These websites are multi-brand online platforms, ensuring you’ll find something to add to your cart if you haven’t visited them before.

Dubai’s 3-day ‘Great Online Sale’ starts tomorrow: Get up to 95% off

The discounts cover not only local brands but also global ones such as Ted Baker, Puma, Reebok, Aldo, Beyond the Beach, Lululemon, and more.

You can grab up to 70 percent off at clothing and lifestyle brand Centrepoint, up to 80 percent off items on online store Noon and up to 95 percent off at electronics retailer Sharaf DG.

The sale is exclusively online-only for e-stores of big brands and e-commerce platforms.Shoppers signing up for the sale using the DFRE website should also be checking out the coupons the retailers offer on top of the listed discounts. There are also daily prizes of Dh10,000.

“As the online retail sector continues to grow, the Great Online Sale offers an exciting opportunity for retailers to meet consumers’ increasing desire to explore and shop a multitude of brands with ease, in the comfort of their home – a trend we see gaining more popularity each year during the Holy Month,” said Ahmed Al Khaja, CEO of DFRE.

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