7 of the best online Ramadan sales in Dubai

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Ramadan sales are everywhere you look at the moment, to help you bag a bargain this May. If the thought of strolling around the malls, hunting down the best deal fills you with unease, we’ve rounded up a list of the very best Ramadan deals which you can shop from the comfort of your own home.

Here are seven of the best online Ramadan sales in Dubai.

Amazon

Amazon.ae has only been around for a short while, and the e-commerce site is already making UAE residents’ lives easier with a huge Ramadan sale. The new platform is offering shoppers up to 60 per cent discount on all Ramadan and home essentials, including food and beverages, kitchen and cooking equipment, entertainment and home decor. Enjoy a 30 per cent discount on brands such as Al Ain, Rainbow, Lipton and Bayara to stock up on your favourite Ramadan beverages and snacks, or upgrade your kitchenware with 50 per cent off home and kitchen products from brands like Tefal, Prestige, Black & Decker, Corelle, and Hawkings.

For more information, go to amazon.ae.

Noon

Noon.com is currently running a Ramadan sale until Thursday May 16 where customers can redeem up to 70 per cent off thousands of items. If you’re looking to refresh your wardrobe, update your kitchen electronics, revamp your home for Ramadan or get back into a fitness regime, Noon.com has a huge selection of products at bargain prices. Enjoy a 60 per cent discount on brands such as Sony, Apple and Samsung to upgrade your electronics, or revamp your kitchenware with 65 per cent off home and kitchen products from brands like Black & Decker, Phillips, Sharp and Saachi.

For more information, go to noon.com.

Pan Emirates

For a luxury look without the price tag, Pan Emirates has products in its Ramadan sale to really help you take your home from now to wow. The home store has a sale with 30 per cent to 70 per cent discount on selected products including beds, sofas, coffee tables, soft furnishings, decorations and more.

For more information, go to panemirates.com.

Namshi

Namshi’s Suhoor Surprises sale is back again this year, offering a different promotion for each day of Ramadan. The theme this year is 40 per cent off, so you need to check the website to see which products you can get 40 per cent discount on. Promotions so far have included beauty products, bags and accessories, shoes, sportswear and sale items. Each day the sale ends at 9pm, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to get your hands on some bargain products.

For more information, go to namshi.com.

Virgin Megastore

Entertainment retail giant, Virgin Megastore, is offering up to 70 per cent off its top gift and electronic products online. The sale also includes gaming, headphones, men’s, women’s and kid’s fashion, as well as popular brands such as Smeg, Phillips, Samsung, Sony, Bose, Canon and Sega. The website is also offering free delivery on all orders over Dhs200.

For more information, go to virginmegastore.ae.

Home Centre

If you’re looking to update your home this Ramadan, be sure to check out Home Centre’s sale and receive between 25 and 70 per cent discount on some of their bestselling items. Whether you need a new dining table to accommodate your ever-growing family, a new rug to replace the one that was ‘decorated’ with Vimto, or a sofa that everyone can get comfy on, Home Centre has great deals online and in-store.

For more information, go to homecentre.com.

Carrefour

Popular supermarket, Carrefour, is also holding a sale this Ramadan, from now until Saturday May 18. The offers include up to 50 per cent off groceries, beauty and cleaning products. You can also get 40 per cent off housewares, home appliances, TVs and laptops, while smartphones have a 30 per cent discount applied. Great deals available include an Apple Watch series 4 for Dhs1,349, a Nutribullet smoothie maker for Dhs179 and a Phillips 50 inch television for Dhs1,299.

For more information, go to carrefouruae.com.

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