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The biggest book sale in Manila is back!

The biggest book sale in Manila is back!

The biggest book sale in Manila is back!

Continuing its advocacy to change the world one book at a time, The Big Bad Wolf (BBW) book sale announces its highly anticipated return to the Philippines. After three years, the immensely popular book sale will once again open its doors to Filipinos on June 23 and will last until July 3, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. in its new home at the PICC Forum Tent in Pasay City. Best of all, entrance to the book sale is absolutely free!

“We are thrilled to be returning to the Philippines after three years,” says Jacqeuline Ng, co-founder of Big Bad Wolf Book Sale. “Our return is a testament to the overwhelming support and passion for books that Filipinos have shown. We are bringing an unmatched collection of books at unbelievably affordable prices that will leave book lovers astounded.”

As usual, expect huge discounts of up to 95 percent, as well as a wider selection from over 2 million new books that vary across different genres. Also, expect significant changes not only in the venue but also in improvements to displays and signage, along with their new universal price tag.

“We’re incredibly excited to host this year’s Big Bad Wolf Book Sale at the PICC Forum Tent. It’s such a beautiful venue that truly captures the imagination with its picturesque surroundings and inviting atmosphere,“ says Carolyn Chuaying, Big Bad Wolf’s Philippine partner.

Carolyn Chuaying, Philippine partner, Gail Male, Metrobank Senior Vice President, and Jacqeuline Ng, BBW co-founder

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With its return, BBW has partnered with Metrobank as its first and official bank partner. Visitors can expect special offers and discounts when using their Metrobank credit and debit cards during the event, making it even more rewarding to explore the vast collection of books.

“Metrobank is excited to be part of Big Bad Wolf’s return to the Philippines after three years as its official bank partner. We believe in the power of literacy and the transformative impact of books. This tie-up allows us to inspire a reading culture among Filipinos that will help shape minds of the future,” says Gail Male, Metrobank senior vice president and cards, personal loans, and digital channels head.

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