How to search for the perfect books for your personal library
Reading is a past time that many Filipinos enjoy. From children to grown-ups, the love for a good old printed book still remains. Unfortunately, not everyone has the luxury to buy new books all the time.
The good news is that Filipinos can now score brand-new books at an extremely affordable price at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Davao 2019. Book sales have become the haven for bookworms who want to purchase titles at heavily discounted titles.
Attending the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale for the first time? Here are a few tips on how you can navigate your way through the crowd of book hunters to get the best and most affordable books in town.
Make a book shopping list
Arriving at the book sale venue can overwhelm first-time shoppers, especially after seeing the massive display of books everywhere. Before you go, make a list of the book titles or genres that you want to get. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale usually highlights new and interesting titles and hot picks on their social media pages that are in stock, follow them and you’ll have an idea of what to get. This will help you avoid flitting from one section of The Sale to another without knowing what to buy.
Avoid the rush hour
The best time to visit a book sale is during 3.00 am to 9.00 am during weekdays. This is recognized as the off-peak period when most of the shoppers have gone home. Visit during off peak hours and shop when there are less people so that you can shop with ease at your own pace. With book sales like the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Davao 2019, book shopping at odd hours are made possible – as they’re open for 24 hours during the duration of The Sale!
Scout for VIP passes
Get first dibs on the freshest stock of books even before The Sale starts by getting your hands on a VIP pass. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale holds an exclusive VIP day where lucky shoppers can enter The Sale before everyone else. Keep your eyes peeled through their social media platforms on how you can score VIP passes. You might even be one of the lucky shoppers to take home the boxed editions from your favorite authors and book series!
Take advantage of membership discounts
On top off the slashed retail price, The Sale also offer additional discounts to their members. Sign up at the cashier counter before making your purchases to enjoy the members’ discounts.
5. Dress comfortably
The hall will be massive and browsing through each island scouting for your favorite book will require a lot of walking. It’s advisable to dress comfortably and to wear sports shoes. If you’re planning on taking home enough books to last you the whole year (and trust us, you will), bring along several Eco-friendly bags to store your treasures upon purchase. There will be snacks and drinks outside the venue as well, so fill yourselves up before you go in.
Discover the joy of affordable and accessible reading by attending the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Davao 2019. The World’s Biggest Book Sale is back to the king city of the south with 1 million brand-new books on sale. From children’s books, fiction, non-fiction, and premium titles, you’ll surely find something that will satisfy the bookworm in you. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Davao 2019 will be open to the public for 24 hours, starting November 22 to December 2, 2019. Bring your friends and family with you at the Enderun Tent, Azuela Cove and get ready to score books from 50% to 90% off recommended retail price.
For more information, like @bbwbooksphilippines on Facebook and follow @bbwbooksph on Instagram.
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