Deals galore as GITEX Shopper returns

New features include VR gaming Virtual Zone, as well as return of Shopper Games tournaments
Gaming and virtual reality will take centre-stage at the event.
Gaming and virtual reality will take centre-stage at the event.

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GITEX Shopper 2019 will again host a range of bundled offers and deals for an anticipated crowd of more than 125,000 visitors.

The event will also stage a daily ‘Visit & Win’ draw with prizes including 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross GLX Highline and iPhone XRs, as well as scratch & win prizes including Blueair Cabin car air purifiers or Tornado watches from Time House.

Gaming and virtual reality will take centre-stage at the 2019 edition, with the return of Shopper Games with its mini tournaments.

Additionally, GITEX Shopper has partnered with Jumbo Electronics to host a dedicated stand for smart home products, including new launches from various brands.

The show’s organisers, DWTC, will be hosting the second Shopper Trade-in to encourage visitors to recycle their unused electronics during an amnesty, which will reward them with vouchers to spend during the exhibition.

Key exhibitors participating at this year’s event include Jumbo Electronics, Sharaf DG, Axiom, MSI, Logitech, Monster Computers, Right View Group, Tradex Middle East, KY Style Home General Trading, Time House Trading, Nishat General Company, Aamaal, Citibank, Yuet Meng Trading, Collector Consulting, and Al Safeer Group.

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