Nifty shoppers, budget savers, extreme couponers and UAE residents alike, listen out!
For one month, the UAE’s Ministry of Economy will cut down the costs of some grocery items by 50 percent. Over 600 stores will be taking part in the piggy bank friendly initiative, including Carrefour and Lulu.
The move comes in line with the UAE’s International Day of Happiness.
Speaking to Gulf News, the head of the consumer protection department at the ministry, Director Hashim al-Nuaimi said that the cut-down period will last between March 20 to April 20.
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