(SPOT.ph) Bookworms, whether you still have your TBR pile just sitting in the corner of your room—they're more like towers of unread books at this point—or you've finished them all and are on the hunt for more because, well, they're an escape from the real world, a trip to the bookstore is always welcome (if not very needed). For sure you already have your go-to book place, but if we may suggest a place to be this week, it's the National Book Store's Outlet Store in Cubao, Quezon City. Yup, NBS (or Nash, depending on your age) is holding their "biggest sale ever" to the sweet, sweet tune of 10 books for P100.
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Here's what to expect at National Book Store Outlet Store's "biggest sale ever."
You read that right, bookworms. When you drop by the NBS Outlet Store at General Roxas Avenue, Araneta City, Cubao, Quezon City from March 10 to 15, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., you can bring home 10 books—from children's books, fiction, and non-fiction titles—for just P100. Just look for the shelves with "10 books for P100" promo signs.
According to NBS, there are multiple ways the 10-books deal could go down: a.) If the total price of the 10 books is above P100, then only P100 will be charged to the customer; b.) If the total price of the 10 books is P100 and below, then the actual SRP (suggested retail price) for each book will be charged to the customer); and c). The customer will be charged P100 for every 10 books bought. If the customer purchases more than 10 books, they will be charged the actual SRP of each excess book. Whatever happens, there are very high chances you'll be coming home with several sets of ten new reads.
You are more than welcome to bring your own reusable bags or boxes to put the books in. Take note that boxed sets are not included in the promo. You can pay through cash, debit/credit card, BDO Pay, GCash, and Maya.
The National Book Store Outlet Store is located at General Roxas Avenue, Araneta City, Cubao, Quezon City. Open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on March 10 to 15.
For more information, check out National Book Store's Facebook page.
UPDATED [March 7, 2023, 4:41 p.m.]: This article was updated following Araneta City PR's request to change the address from Araneta Center to Araneta City.
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