Qatar Duty Free’s (QDF) Chinese pavilion has opened its doors inside Hamad International Airport (HIA), inviting passengers to celebrate China’s most important festival – the New Year - with discounts of up to 20%, spending rewards and a range of promotions.
Mandarin holiday greetings, decorative red lanterns and staff dressed in traditional Chinese costume will welcome travellers to QDF’s red-and-gold, 180sqm pavilion located behind the Lamp Bear in the departures hall of HIA.
“Passengers will discover an array of gift ideas once inside the elaborate Chinese pagoda, perfect for those shopping for festival items and presents, as well as for travellers who are simply inspired by the customary New Year celebrations,” QDF said in a statement yesterday.
Savings of up to 20% will be offered on QDF fragrances, cosmetics, skincare, confectionery, luxury watches, fine jewellery and other gift items in the Chinese pavilion.
Customers who buy items valued at QR1,000 ($274) and above, using a UnionPay credit card, will receive a traditional Chinese red envelope containing a QR100 QDF gift voucher. Discount vouchers will also be distributed to passengers in HIA by QDF staff throughout the
Chinese festive season.
Keith Hunter, senior vice-president of QDF, said: “Chinese New Year is a time to revel in holiday festivities, observe traditions and enjoy family reunions. Qatar Duty Free recognises the importance of this festival for many of our customers travelling through HIA during the seasonal period.
“With this beautiful pavilion, we are telling Qatar Duty Free’s own story through Chinese New Year and providing our customers with exclusive promotions across an extensive range of gift items.”
Additional Chinese New Year discounts of up to 10% will also be available on brands at
selected boutiques in HIA.
“Passengers can choose from a variety of duty-free products at amazing prices, including promotions from Tiffany, TAG Heuer, Chopard and Bulgari. Popular products available within the Chinese pavilion include Godiva chocolates, Prada perfume, La Prairie skincare, Swarovski jewellery, Harrods bags and Marmalade Market gift items,” the statement added.
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