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End of Season Sale now on at Colombo City Centre


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Colombo City Centre will be starting the New Year off with a bang by hosting an epic End of Season Sale for all customers who visit the mall. This special event began yesterday, and will continue till 20 January.

Every high-end brand featured at the mall, including Odel and many international brands, will be offering stunning discounts up to 50% on their incredible assortment of products. So, any person dropping by the mall during these 10 days will be able to obtain world-class apparel, shoes, accessories, skincare, cosmetics and much more at incredible prices. 

Further, to infuse more excitement into the already thrilling sale, Colombo City Centre will provide every customer who makes a purchase over Rs. 5,000 with an opportunity to take part in the mall’s Minute to Win Challenge, where the winners will receive amazing free giveaways and gift vouchers. This competition will take place on an hourly basis.

A highly anticipated addition to the capital’s fast-developing skyline, Colombo City Centre is Sri Lanka’s first BOI-approved mixed development project. The $ 180 million joint venture between local retail giant Abans and Singapore-based Next Story Group is one of Sri Lanka’s largest foreign direct investments in recent times, rising 47 storeys above the heart of the city. 

Honoured as the ‘Most Promising Mixed Use Development’ by CMO Asia, ‘Asia’s Greatest Brand’ by AsiaOne Magazine, and ‘Upcoming Mall of the Year’ among several other accolades by the Golden Globe Tigers, Colombo City Centre is a multi-award-winning skyscraper dedicated to transforming Sri Lanka’s capital into a global metropolis with the first integrated lifestyle complex of its kind. This includes Sri Lanka’s first international mall with high-end brands, 700-seat food court, six-screen multiplex cinema, and the upscale NEXT Hotel with 164 keys and 192 luxurious residential units, designed to offer unmatched views of the city, Beira Lake, and the Indian Ocean.

 


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