With more than 20 sites selling vouchers and all, looking for discounts is a norm these days. Whether they are food, goods, services or even traveling packages, one gets to enjoy something at a fraction of the original markup price. However, one needs to be extra patient (and with a lil bit of luck) in order to get the discounts they’ve been longing for. As for me, I’d usually look for deals that are related to food and beverages. But, more often than not, those deals were not up to my expectation / liking.
Then, came this handy guide booklet. For the uninitiated, Worthy Book is “vouchers booklet for freebies and discounts at some of Klang Valley’s most popular spots”. The previous one was a success and this time around, they have a new, special theme; Worthy BookTM F&B Special Edition 2012-2013. As the name states the obvious, it is all about food and beverages in Klang Valley.
The size of this booklet is about half of A4 size paper and it is not too thick. It is just a perfect size for storage whether it’s left in a bag (handbag/backpack/office bag) or glove compartment of a car. There are more than 250 vouchers (of different kinds) and by rough calculation, it should worth more than RM3,000 in total. These vouchers consist of free meals, discounts, buy 1 free 1, free second dish and many more… Most of them expire on 31 March 2013 while only few expire end of this year.
Their participating merchants include BreadTalk, Delectable By Su, Gloria Jean’s, Mr Siew Bao, Toast Box, DucKing, Kim Gary, Gelatomio, Lecka Lecka, Meet Fresh, Mochi Sweets, Boost Juice Bars, Ochado, Ichiban Boshi, Pepper Lunch, Shogun, Ko Hyang, Brotzeit, The Beer Factory, Crazy Potato, Krispy Kreme, Oyster King, Shihlin Taiwanese Snacks, Carl’s Jr, Ninja Joe, Subway, Wendy’s and etc.
I have briefly browsed thru their fine prints (a.k.a. Terms & Conditions) just to get an idea how it works. While some have their individual terms and condition (i.e. applicable at certain outlets or applicable with minimum purchase of certain amount), the remaining ones are pretty generic.
I have used a couple of vouchers at Ninja Joe (Mid Valley outlet), Boost Juice (Mid Valley outlet) and Share Tea (Kuchai Lama outlet). So far, the redemptions were smooth and easy although the cashiers were having slight difficulty looking for the discount option in their POS system. I’m looking forward to use them again at Hanare, Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, and perhaps Sushi Tei.
Priced at RM29.90, Worthy BookTM F&B Special Edition 2012-2013 is now available at all major bookstores (MPH, Popular, Times, Borders, Kinokuniya) and selected myNEWS.com outlets in Klang Valley. Still not convinced yet? Head over to their website now to checkout the actual booklet, page by page.