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  • Dubai Shopping Festival is the best time for deals and discount offers.
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Millions of people from across the globe visit Dubai every year to do their shopping. Of the hundreds of things in their to-be-shopped-in-Dubai list, watches are almost always on the top.  Indeed, there is a very good reason for it. Dubai is the place where you will find all kinds of watches - the most exotic to the everyday wear – from the finest brands coupled with the best deals anywhere in the world.

Dubai Mall has almost all of the world’s most distinguished jewellery watch outlets; you will come across the widest assortment of haute couture designer as well as legacy watches. Every elitist watch can be seen on sale at the Dubai Mall, including Piaget, Longines, Chopard, Cartier, Baume & Mercier, Blancpain, A. Lange & Söhne, Breguet, Bvlgari, Patek Philippe, Waltham, Panerai, Jaeger and Vacheron Constantin - brands with more than a hundred and fifty years of international reputation.  It would be interesting to know that a Patek Caliber 89 watch costs more than a Ferrari and is priced at 5.12 million US dollars a piece!

Apart from the branded outlets in the malls, the Gold Souk is another good destination for the watch shopper. The stores are reputable and offer competitive discounts on most of the popular mid-range watches. You will find the best deals on entry level watches, especially on brands like Seiko, Citizen, Orient and the Like.  The Gold Souk is also a good place to find exceptional pre-owned luxury watches, which give the wearer the same pride, but at a much lesser cost. A word of caution here: stay away from individuals selling “master copies” and “first replicas” as lowest priced originals or pre-owned watches. It is always a better idea to go inside a store rather than trying to strike a deal with a street hustler – you might end up losing in more ways than one.

Watch prices in Dubai are much less as compared to US, UK and even India; they can be further bargained. This is true even in mid-end outlets and more often than not, persistent haggling will result in a considerable discount being offered. Paying by cash rather than through credit card might get you an additional discount, in lieu of the charges that the outlet would have to pay the credit card payment gateway. Besides, genuine watches brought in Dubai come with a worldwide warranty and the fact adds to the many reasons why people shop for them during their visit to the city.