MDF receives ‘overwhelming response’ during famous Shop & Win festival

By Charlotte Turner |

Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport travel retail operator, Mumbai Duty Free (MDF), is currently hosting its famous shopping festival ‘Shop & Win’ in Terminal 2, offering shoppers a chance to win large prizes like an iPhone 13, every week; a Ducati Bike  every month, along with the grand prize of a BMW X1.

 

“Mumbai Duty Free always endeavours to enhance their consumer proposition from time to time by offering discounts on exclusive brands of Liquor, Confectionary, Perfumes, Watches, Cosmetics, Jewellery Supermarket, Health Supplements and much more,” said the operator.

 

MDF engages shoppers with holograms of premium products and insists that the car & bike displays at the store provide perfect photo op moments.

 

Passengers shopping for more than Rs.4000 (USD 50) are able to participate in the lucky draw by filling in a coupon and dropping it in dedicated drum boxes placed at important touch points at both arrival & departure location.

 

If the payment is made using a VISA card, it doubles passenger’s chances to win the above listed prizes.

 

Five successful shoppers have already received an iPhone 13, with many more winners yet to be announced.

 

The ongoing Shop & Win festival has received an ‘overwhelming response’, says the operator.

 

Photos of the Shop & Win festival, courtesy of Mumbai Duty Free below.

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