Get ready for round-the-clock online discounts of up to 90% off recommended retail prices on 50,000 titles at the World’s Biggest Book Sale’s e-commerce website scheduled to go live from the 5th of May to the 12th of May, 2021.

The eight-day long Big Bad Wolf Online Book Sale will have book lovers delighted and spoilt for choice with the largest selection of titles added into offering just for Sri Lanka, at amazingly low prices coupled with exciting promotions and contest giveaways. The Book Sale is packed to be BIGGER and BETTER, where one can expect to find an improved e-commerce website with a smoother browsing experience and an optimized payment gateway system.

The whole experience is super-simple and user friendly, whereby shoppers merely have to navigate their way through the e-commerce website to look up for “The Wolf’s Top Picks” or deep dive children’s books displayed on the home page. They can browse for books: by search of keyword(s), title, author, or ISBN; add their choices to their cart; and checkout. The best part, free shipping right to your doorstep is available for those who spend a minimum net purchase of Rs. 9,000, which can be combined with other promotions.

“While we hope to one day soon resume our on-ground Book Sales, the current global situation with borders still being closed has driven us to commit ourselves to create the best online book buying experience for book lovers. With our Online Sale, it is an opportunity for us to reach even more people in Sri Lanka and continue to ensure affordable books are accessible to EVERYONE nationwide. We want Sri Lankans from all walks of life, be it young or old, to discover the joy of reading and have access to knowledge. To read. To learn. To grow,” said Andrew Yap, Co-Founder of Big Bad Wolf Books.

A host of exciting promotions await Sri Lankans as the Big Bad Wolf Online Book Sale has a few gems on offer, such as a 10% discount for customers who fill up their carts with a total minimum purchase order of Rs. 17,000.00 [capped at a maximum value of Rs.1,700 per customer]; the ‘Buy-2-Free-1’ offer on a selected book title; and the ‘Buy-1-Free-1’ book title from Linda Bertola’s ‘Mad for Math’ workbook series, whereby the second book from the same series is free.

In addition to the promotions offered, book lovers and fans of Big Bad Wolf Books can also participate in the radio ‘Contest Giveaways’ and stand a chance to win Rs. 20,000 worth of e-vouchers from Big Bad Wolf Books’ media partners Lite87 and TNL NOW. For more information and contest mechanics, listeners can tune in to Lite87 and TNL NOW or check out their respective social media pages starting from the 20th of April to the 12th of May, 2021.

Also partnering with Big Bad Wolf Book Sale this year is Sampath Bank, who has come on board to offer their credit cardholders an exclusive deal that allows them to convert their purchase [minimum purchase of Rs. 10,000 in a single transaction] into an easy three, six or 12-month instalment plan. To convert the payment transactions, eligible customers must call Sampath Bank directly to activate this facility with the card centre.

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Driven by passion, Andrew Yap and Jaqueline Ng first launched the Big Bad WolfBook Sale in 2009 as a warehouse sale in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, providing an exciting array of excess books from international distributors. The affordable prices and easy availability of the books proved to be a huge attraction, and in no time, the Big Bad WolfBook Sale turned into a landmark event nationwide.

Offering brand new English books at a discount as high as 75% to 95% off recommended retail price and with the primary aim of encouraging people of all ages to discover the joys of affordable, accessible reading, Big Bad WolfBook Sale features a wide range of books across all genres, including fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, young adult fiction, as well as an extensive collection of children’s books.

The Book Sale has toured across cities in Malaysia and successfully extended its footprint abroad to Cambodia, Indonesia, Korea, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates with no plans to stop in making reading affordable for readers around the world.

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