The Big Clearance Sale returns to Dubai from September 1-3 at Dubai World Trade Centre. Courtesy of Dubai Tourism
The Big Clearance Sale returns to Dubai from September 1-3 at Dubai World Trade Centre. Courtesy of Dubai Tourism

Shop brands up to 80 per cent off at The Big Clearance Sale



Designs from more than 40 international brands will be on sale, with markdowns of up to 80 per cent off, at the upcoming Big Clearance Sale in Dubai. From fashion apparel, shoes and accessories, to fragrances and cosmetics, the end-of-season discounted merchandise will take up shop at Dubai World Trade Centre, from September 1-3.

Visitors can expect to find treasured bargains from stores like Juicy Couture, Calvin Klein, Topshop, Zara Home, H&M and many more. Plus, each visitor will be given a raffle coupon that will be entered into a daily draw, for the chance to win one of two Dh5,000 cash prizes. Each customer who spends more than Dh300 will receive a raffle coupon to enter in a final draw on September 3, where the grand prize will be a Jeep Wrangler Sport.

“Now a permanent fixture in Dubai’s retail calendar, The Big Clearance Sale has helped to further reinforce Dubai’s position as the leading shopping destination in the region,” says DFRE executive director of retail and strategic alliances, Saeed Mohammed Mesam Alfalasi.

“This popular event provides the perfect environment for shoppers to snap up a bargain or two, while giving retailers an opportunity to hold a one-of-a-kind end-of-season sale before introducing their new collections.”

Participating brands include:

Azadea Group — Zara Home, Crazy 8, Gymboree, Reserved, Pimkie, Jules; Marina Rinaldi, Persona, Boggi, Salsa, Punt Roma, Piazza Italia and Old Navy

Apparel Group — Athlete’s Co, Charles & Keith, Nine West, Empora, Beverly Hills Polo Club, Aeropostale, Shoe Studio, Naturalizer, Juicy Couture, Nautica, Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger and La Vie En Rose

M. H. Alshaya Co — Debenhams, Claire’s, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Wallis, Topshop, Express, Jack Wills, Next, Milano, Foot Locker, H&M and Muji

Al Ghurair Retail — Springfield, Boux Avenue, Morgan de Toi and Prenatal

Landmark Group — Ecco, Steve Madden, Kazar, Kurt Geiger, Dumond, Nose, Stride Rite, Puket and Pablosky

The Big Clearance Sale will take place at Dubai World Trade Centre from September 1-2, from 10am to midnight, and on September 3, from 10am to 8pm. Entry is free.

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Engine: 1.6-litre 4-cylinder petrol
Power: 118hp
Torque: 149Nm
Transmission: Six-speed automatic
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Company Profile

Name: Direct Debit System
Started: Sept 2017
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Industry: FinTech
Funding: Undisclosed
Investors: Elaine Jones
Number of employees: 8


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