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The Manila International Book Fair is now live

By JUSTINE PUNZALAN Published Nov 24, 2020 5:38 am Updated Nov 24, 2020 10:48 am

It’s high time to restock on your stash, bookworms!

The Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) has just gone live today, November 24.

And there’s no excuse for not pulling some hauls because MIBF is selling all its books from 58 exhibitors on its website, This means you no longer have to surge through the crowded aisles and long queues of its usual hub in the World Trade Center in Pasay.

MIBF is the biggest book sale event in the Philippines held yearly over the past four decades. This week's fair proves to be as engaging as those of the previous years with deals as low as P50.

Check out some of the fair's best bargains below.

Ateneo de Manila University Press offers Philippine culture books for as much as 85 percent off.
Fiction lovers can feast their eyes on the wide range of modern reads from National Book Store. 
Anvil Publishing's store features literary masterpieces from bestselling novelists Ambeth Ocampo, Nick Joaquin, and Leon Ma. Guerrero.
Want to learn a new skill at home? Beef up your knowledge with educational books from the University of the Philippines Press.
MIBF has a lot for the kids, too! Adarna House's storybooks are surely worth adding to cart.

Aside from the huge discounts, MIBF will stream seminars and book launches on its Facebook Page and YouTube Channel. The event will run until November 30, 2020.

To get started, simply create an account on the MIBF website. You might want to check out the Exhibitors’ Homepage for surprises and exclusive deals, too.

The website accepts payments made through credit cards, over-the-counter banking, and e-wallets. Delivery time varies per area, but MIBF recommends giving it a lead time of at least three days for customers within Metro Manila and at least seven days for those outside Metro Manila and abroad.

Image from Manila International Book Fair website and Facebook page.