Melbourne, nab a bargain with the 2012 Entertainment Book
I’ve tried this book. It’s worth every cent. Probably because the savings are worth far more than the book itself. My family came down to Melbourne last year and we went to visit the 12 Apostles. My brother went for free.
You could quite literally spend a whole day off this little gem.
Start the day by flying an aircraft across the beautiful Melbourne skies with a 25 per cent discount, have a 1-for-1 brunch before heading to a winery and get up to $100 off your purchase of wine. Enjoy a bite and a laugh at a comedy club at half the original price for up to four people. With such a wide range of activities and places to visit, all you need now is time.
Or contact Karen Poh at email@example.com to order
Book before April 4, 2012 and you’ll receive Bonus Offers*, valued at over $170, which you can use immediately! *Whilst stocks last. There are 3 versions of the bonus offers.
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Released every year, the Entertainment Book is worth its weight in gold (in fact, it’s as heavy as your average school textbook!). Each book contains hundreds and hundreds of coupons offering special 25 to 50 per cent discounts, 2-for-1 offers and buy-1-get-1-free deals not just for restaurants, but also attractions, groceries, movie tickets, hotel accommodations, car rental services, magazine subscriptions and more. A really great way to go when it comes to exploring Melbourne’s food, lifestyle, travel and entertainment scene.
It also comes with an Entertainment Gold Card which allows you to enjoy great deals (up to $50 off your total bill) at some of Melbourne’s finest restaurants, wine bars and vineyards.
Not bad for a book that costs you $65 – of which $13 goes towards keeping Meld Magazine running! As you all know, we are not-for-profit, all our staff are volunteers, and we work really hard to train media students and give them a leg up in their careers. So your help will go a long way!
We suggest you share a book – and the love – with your friends. After all, you do need to share the one-for-one offers with someone, right?