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There's a new e-commerce player in the UAE, but is it cheaper than market leader

Both and stock a wide selection of electronic goods.
Both and stock a wide selection of electronic goods. took its place in the UAE's ever growing e-commerce industry during the weekend, offering consumers another alternative to, which was recently purchased by Amazon.

Founded by Emaar Properties chairman Mohamed Alabbar, the $1 billion Noon will also go live in Saudi Arabia "in the coming weeks".

To save you the hassle of sifting through the millions of items available on the two websites, we have chosen a selection of popular goods so see how prices compare. All prices are correct as of 8pm, October 1.


iPhone 7 - with Facetime, 32GB Dh2,095 Dh2,089


FIFA 18 - PlayStation 4, standard edition Dh289 Dh259


Black Opium by Yves Saint Laurent - Eau de Parfum, 90ml Dh305 Dh250


Lego - The Simpsons House Dh1,025 Dh999


Pampers diapers - Active Baby Dry size 3, 88 items Dh71 Dh71


Kelloggs Cornflakes cereal - 500g Dh15.25 Dh13.95


LG TV - 65in Super 4K UHD Smart 3D LED (65UH850V) Dh5,299 Dh6,390


Beats Solo 3 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones - rose gold colour Dh715 Dh717.10


Noon currently states that shipping is free on all orders over Dh100. For orders below Dh100, a Dh10 fee applies.

Souq meanwhile says that all orders of Dh100 or more on fulfilled by Souq items across any product category qualify for free shipping. Otherwise, a Dh10 charge applies.


Read more: Five unusual items you will find on the UAE's latest e-commerce venture

Noon launches in the UAE, tapping into regional e-commerce boom

E-commerce in the UAE: is 2017 the year it finally takes off?

Updated: October 2, 2017 01:37 PM

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