Posted on January 30, 2019

As Qatar won an historic semi-final against UAE reaching the finals for the first time, the whole nation erupt with joy and celebrations continue even today. Many corporates and businesses are offering special discounts and free deals.

Immediately after the thumping win by Al Annabis, many cafes all around Qatar were offering free karaks, kunafa, sweets, snacks and dinner. The offers continued to pour in today. Here are a few we have compiled for you to check it out.

  • Angry Birds World at the Doha Festival City is offering free entry to all today to celebrate the win by Al Annabis. “Congratulations to Qatar’s National Football team! 4-0!! To celebrate this victory, tomorrow, everyone gets in and plays for free!,” they said on their social media page.
  • Ooredoo is offering free unlimited data to their customers. “Let’s celebrate! Qatar is through to the final of the AFC Asian Cup 2019. We are happy to offer all of our customers free unlimited data valid for 1 day. Shahry customers will get their free data automatically. Hala customers will get the free data when they recharge with QR 100 or more.”
  • Virtuocity Qatar, video game and esports arena, at Doha Festival City is giving fours to every customer to mark the 4-0 win. “Celebrate with us at Virtuocity tomorrow and enjoy 4 free hours in our Arena, an hour for every goal!,” their post said.
  • Woqod is offering free prepaid tag today to mark the historic win. “As we celebrate Qatar National Football Team's qualification to Asian Cup Final, Woqod offers free WOQODe prepaid tag to all individuals.”
  • Entertainment World Village entry to the park will be free on Wednesday and Thursday as well they will double the credits along with discounts at shops and restaurants.

There are smaller cafes and restaurant offering free deals and discounts like: Nafeeseh Sweets is offering free kunafa to till 10pm and Tiger cookies Qatar is giving up to 40% discount on tiger cookies products today. Simaisma cafe is offering 50 percent off on Biriyani. 

source: The Peninsula