Monday, March 11, 2013

Monday's Sobhiya: shopping treat


Today, I was introduce to the "Monday's Sobhiya" experience at Mirdif City Center. Inspired by the traditional practice of the ‘sobhiya’ – a morning social gathering of ladies over tea. Mirdif City Center is relauching it's campaign to bring exclusive specials to ladies.

70 different stores offering discounts from 10-50% – as well as complimentary gifts upon purchase form the mall’s wide range of fashion (Miss Selfridge, Cole Hann, Juicy Couture, Scotch & Soda, Reiss, Joe’s, Top Shop, American Eagle, Debenhams,...), beauty (Sephora, Paris Gallery, Areej,..), electronic and homeware stores (Q Home Décor, Home Center and KAS Australia,..).

You will also find special offers from a large selection of cafés and restaurants such as More Café, Zafran, Nero Café, Carluccio’s, and the very good authentic lebanese Leila Restaurant who hosted the event this morning. 

Every Monday from 10am-2pm. For an updated list of deals and offers, pick up the ‘Monday’s Sobhiya’ mini brochure at any Customer Service desk at the mall.
What’s more, if you collect a stamp everyMonday of the month on your Loyalty Card, you can win AED 4000! Time to shop ladies!


1 comment:

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