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Saturday, July 13, 2019

Get up to 100% cashback when you use your PayMaya at The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Pampanga




If youre a book lover and a bargain book hunter like myself, chances are you have been to the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale. Just like you, I have elbowed out of the way to be the first to get that bestseller in the rack.  I have been scouring titles (Im a fan of mystery and chic literature)  like a mad girl because the huge selection plus big discounts sale were overwhelming then. 




The last time I went to Big Bad Wolf Book Sale was last February in Manila. I got myself the hard-to-find titles at 70% discount. I had so much fun scouring for covers I forgot I have been shopping for 3 hours with 18 books in my cart.  I finally got myself 7 books (after deliberating with my partner haha)  and lined up for almost an hour to reach the cash register to pay using my PayMaya. It was convenient cashless and easy to use. You just have to scan and pay using PayMaya QR. 



Last week I got an invite from Paymaya to shop at LausGroup Event Center, San Fernando Pampanga for the most exciting and rewarding shopping experience as it renews its partnership with the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, allowing book-lovers to enjoy the convenience and perks of using PayMaya and other cashless options to shop for their favorite books at 50%-90% off. 

Big Bad Wolf Book Sale shoppers can simply scan-to-pay for their book purchases using their PayMaya app


The list features tons of discounted books with markdowns up to 90 percent off retail prices. 




I got myself a Jodi Picoult bestseller for only P90! I have seen some of  Jennifer Weiner's and Liane Moriarty's titles for the same price. 

Now on its 2nd run this year, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale makes its first stop in North Luzon as it brings 24-hour book shopping on heavily discounted books at the LausGroup Event Centre, San Fernando City from July 12 - 22, 2019.  




Big Bad Wolf Book Sale shoppers can experience seamless cashless payments as cashiers are equipped with One by PayMaya Business, a device that can accept credit and debit cards powered by VISA or Mastercard as well as QR payments using the PayMaya app.




From best-selling novels to popular children’s books, Big Bad Wolf Book Sale shoppers can enjoy a wide-range of book selections and conveniently use their PayMaya app as their wallet to scan and pay for their book purchases via PayMaya QR. They can also avoid bringing cash or coins as they can pay using their debit or credit card via the One by PayMaya Business device.



Loads of treats and cashback offers await Big Bad Wolf Book Sale shoppers when they use PayMaya



Aside from that, PayMaya customers are in for a surprise as they can get a chance to receive up to 100% cashback each time they pay using PayMaya QR from July 12-22, 2019. For new PayMaya users who will scan-to-pay at least P1,000 for the first time, they can enjoy an extra treat! 




Shoppers paying via their PayMaya physical card can get a P200 cashback for their first minimum single-receipt purchase of P2,000. This promo is part of the Online Shopping Promo announced on July 5, 2019 and will run until July 19, 2019.


“We’ve always been grateful to be part of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale and we’re back to upgrade the cashless book shopping experience with the help of PayMaya QR and the One by PayMaya Business device. Shoppers can definitely benefit from all the deals and cashbacks while enjoying cashless convenience!” said Kenneth Palacios, Director and Head of Wallets Business at PayMaya Philippines.

Part of the proceeds of the sales during Big Bad Wolf Book Sale 2019 will go to Gawad Kalinga, also a partner beneficiary of PayMaya for its #PayMayaItForward corporate social responsibility program.




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