Miami’s Dolphin Mall is hosting a promotion that you’re not going to want to miss. Here’s a hint: It could provide a bit of help this holiday season.
We’re talking about a $25 gift card to help with your gift-giving expenses!
Getting one is pretty easy. Dolphin Mall, located at 11401 NW 12th St., is offering a special “Dine & Shop” promotion. What does this mean? Well, if you spend $75 while out dining at the mall, you’ll be able to redeem a $25 gift card to one of the following stores:
- Michael Kors
- Under Armour
- Five Below
- Bass Pro Shops
With the holidays coming up, this promo is a great way to get you started on the shopping. Yes, you’ll have to spend $75 first, but we all know how quickly eating out adds up! (You may as well be getting a gift card for something you and your friends are probably enjoying anyway.)
To receive the gift card, visitors must present a same-day dining receipt at the mall’s Information Booth (located near Entry 3). Gift cards are available while supplies last, through Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021.
For more information, go to ShopDolphinMall.com. Happy eating and shopping!
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