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For a shopping spree...


FOLLOWING IN the footsteps of the well-known annual Dubai shopping festival, New Delhi's Shoppers' Stop retail departmental chain has launched a 43-day shopping fest for Delhiites. Consumer durables ranging from cosmetics to electronics items have been put under various banners like sale, discount, new range, lucky draw and gift hampers.

However, the staff members of this member store of the Inter Continental group say that it is not purely a facsimile of the Dubai fair.

For those interested customers, prizes can be won while shopping, sponsored by brands like Gili, Lakme, Mahindra Scorpio, Treks and Rapids and Ananda. Purchases worth Rs. 1,500 could lead to hourly, daily, weekly prizes and bumper prizes were the two Scorpios by the Mahindra group. There are lucky draws, which can make a buyer win diamond cents and a holiday package along with ten cents from Trek and Rapids. A holiday package for Himalayas was won.

Will the festival succeed? Well, we all know that where there is money, there is galore.

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