04 Oct The Worthybook
Saving money is on my to do list for the year of 2012. So when i first came across the Worthybook, I was like for real or not… this can help me save money? Flipping through the pages and checking out the number of vouchers made available for people, made an impression on me. There’s a whole bunch of food names that you’ll be familiar with, more than 55 eateries featured inside and covering over 30 major malls. The book will provide you with instant deals all year long and you can save up to RM3000 on food alone.
Here’s an example of what the vouchers look like. I opted for a bubble tea today. I don’t always take this drink, but every once in a while it’s ok to indulge. Of course i would want to share the yummy love with somebody.
Here I am with my Worthybook and at a Sharetea outlet.
Sharing happy times with your buddies. Who says it cost a lot to belanja people.. A second bubble tea didn’t cost me anything..^_~
Yay!! Happy happy joy joy. I got two!
Pei Yi and I super happy with the buy 1 free 1 at ShareTea! All thanks to a little tiny voucher in the Worthybook. it doesn’t take a lot to make people happy. 🙂
There is only ONE disclaimer though to this useful book, you have to plan when you want to use these vouchers.
Giving away all these awesome books to people who tune in to my show The Red Hub on Red.FM 104.9 in the Klang Valley. 🙂 hope you’re going to be the lucky one! All thanks to ilovediscounts.my and Worthybook. If you can’t win the book from me, it’s reasonably priced.
Worthy Book is available at all major bookstores (MPH, Popular, Borders, Times & Kinokuniya) and selected myNEWS.com outlets in KL & Selangor.
Check them out here: