Dubai’s Damac offers free Audi with apartment sales

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An Audi R8 (AFP/Getty Images - for illustrative purposes)

An Audi R8 (AFP/Getty Images - for illustrative purposes)

Dubai’s Damac Properties is aiming to entice buyers with a new promotion offering a free Audi car on residential units bought during Dubai Shopping Festival 2013.

During the month-long shopping season, buyers who splash out for a penthouse suite at the developer’s Burjside Boulevard or a unit at Ocean Heights will get a free 2014 Audi R8.

In addition, buyers of a three bedroom property will get the keys to an Audi A8, a two bedroom sale will get an equally luxurious Audi A6 and those settling for a one bedroom unit will drive away in an Audi A4.

“The Audi R8 is one the most luxurious cars we have ever offered, with a retail price tag of almost half a million dirhams,” said Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President, Damac Properties.

“It is a very simple and attractive promotion… No catch, no complicated regulations, simple,” he added.

Damac will have stands at the Mall of the Emirates, Deira City Centre and along The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence offering the promotion.

The largest private developer in the Middle East, Damac has completed 37 buildings to date with 7,817 units and has around 65 buildings at various stages of development across the Middle East and North Africa.

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