You can get books for P35 at this warehouse sale
The Books for Less warehouse sale is happening the entire month of August
Aug 1, 2019
We here at Nolisoli.ph are no strangers to a good book sale. As writers and artists, the prospect of getting a whole haul of books for cheap is a really attractive one. Besides, it also helps democratize reading: If books can’t be free, then they can at least be cheap so more people can have access to them!
For the whole month of August, the secondhand store Books for Less will having a warehouse sale where you can buy books for as low as P35. You can drop by their warehouse at 643 Frankfurt St. Mercedes Ave. San Miguel, Pasig City, which is open everyday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. If you don’t know how to get there, the store has published a handy set of directions here.
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The most awaited WAREHOUSE SALE is happening again this year! Kitakits on August 1-31, 2019. 8am-6pm, opens even on holidays. Where: 643 Frankfurt St. Mercedes Ave. San Miguel, Pasig City Store Location: 1. SM North, the Block- 4th level, near cinema 2. SM East Ortigas- 2nd level, near Dept. Store 3. SM Taytay, Bridgeway of A and B 4. Robinsons Antipolo- 2nd floor, near Watsons 5. Ayala Malls, Alabang-South Park – Ground Floor, Near Entrance, Mcdo See you there! 😊
Don’t want to go all the way to their main warehouse? That’s fine, you can still drop by any of their mall branches—the sale will also be happening there! Of course, the warehouse will have a wider selection, but you don’t have to sprawl through an entire building’s worth of books to find a cheap one you like.
Here’s to buying affordable books, y’all.
Photo courtesy of Freddie Marriage on Unsplash
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