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Nine Lucky Shoppers Win Big in 2nd ‘Summer in Qatar’ Raffle Draw

Shopping Qatar Calendar

Summer in Qatar passes its midway point, with the second of three raffle draws held recently at Doha Festival City. Nine individuals won QAR400,000 in cash prizes.

Winning Vouchers SIQ Raffle DFC

Shop to Win

Shoppers can enter the remaining raffle draw for a chance to win cash or the grand prize of a MacLaren sports car.  For every QAR200 spent at participating malls, shoppers can potentially cash out at Summer in Qatar’s remaining raffle draw. Participating malls include Doha Festival City, Mall of Qatar, Lagoona Mall, Landmark Mall, Gulf Mall, Tawar Mall, Al Khor Mall, Hyatt Plaza, The Mall, and Al Mirqab Mall.

More Chances to Win!

The third and final draw will be held at the Mall of Qatar on 16 August, in time for the closing of the Summer in Qatar programme.

Entry is as Easy as 1-2-3

  1. Take your receipts from stores in participating malls to the Summer in Qatar info kiosk and register electronically in the system
  2. Get one voucher for every QAR200 spent
  3. Drop your voucher(s) in the Summer in Qatar raffle box

Running until 16 August, Summer in Qatar offers a range of exciting indoor and outdoor experiences along with entertainment programmes featuring local, regional and international artists, edutainment, summer and sports camps as well as special promotions on inbound travel, hospitality and shopping.

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