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SALE ALERT: Fully Booked (Bonifacio High Street Branch) Sales (July 25 - August 1, 2010)

My sabbatical is almost over!  So I'll be writing in my usual style again for the succeeding posts.  Wish me luck!  =)


Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street Store is celebrating its 3rd year anniversary!  And what better way to party than to hold a number of sales for all their loyal customers!

Exclusive Sale for Fully Booked Discount Cardholders ONLY!
July 25 to 26, 2010

Simply present your Discount Card at the cashier and avail of discounts up to 80% OFF on selected titles and 20% OFF on regular items.  The Discount Cardholder must be present at the time of purchase 

Exclusive Sale for Fully Booked Facebook Fans and Twitter Followers ONLY!
July 27 to 29, 2010
To be part of this, please email your name, Facebook Profile Name and/or Twitter Profile Name and mobile number to A confirmation letter, which you will have to present at the cashier at the time of purchase, will be forwarded to your e-mail address. No confirmation, no discount.

Up to 80% OFF on selected titles and 20% OFF on regular items.  

Sale (Open to all)
July 30 to August 1, 2010
This sale will now be open to all.  As with the first 2, discounts up to 80% OFF on selected titles and 20% OFF on regular items will be offered.


Please note that all above mentioned sales will be held in Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street only.  Local, consigned and N-coded items are NOT included in the sale.


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