Saturday, September 07, 2013

WorthyBook - FnB Edition 2013 - 2014

You guy's like reading books?
Well, there's a new book in town but this is not the reading type of book. LOL.

Called WorthyBook, it's a Voucher Booklet that also contain guides on where you'll be able to use it.
WorthyBook started off in 2010 with about 15,000 copies of coupon books that offers a wide range of different product vouchers but it wasn't until just last year, 2012, where they decided to release a more specific version of the booklet, the FnB edition and the Ladies Edition.

WorthyBook's Voucher Booklet starting page is cleverly sorted by category for easy reference so if you crave for a particular type of food, it very well may prove useful to browse through quickly on what available voucher options that you carry:
In addition to that, I've also mentioned earlier about it containing a guide on where you'll be able to use it:
It's sorted by area and there's also a section that's sorted by Shopping Mall so if you happen to be in the vicinity or want to grab a few deals from the vouchers, this would be a useful indicator.

It also lists out some other states as well should you be out of the Klang Valley area.

So I got myself the WorthyBook's FnB Edition 2013-2014 to inspect further on what it has to offer:
The Voucher booklet contains about 176 vouchers with each page and it's overleaf having 4 vouchers on a certain participating merchant.
There's a good mix of discount vouchers, cash vouchers, buy X free X or Y vouchers and even some freebie vouchers thrown in the mix. Their participating merchants in this issue include Carl's Jr., Wendy's, Shogun, House, Deutsches Haus, Lecka Lecka and interestingly at the end, a seemingly out of place vouchers for S2 Slimming and many more.

Well, I believe this book can present me an opportunity to try some of the restaurants that I had intended to with their vouchers such as Morganfield's and House while providing me some good deals to some that I frequent. This book can also help with the ever daunting task of thinking where to eat since you can create your own Sales Season with the vouchers. :)

Worthy Book FnB Edition 2013-2014 is available at all major bookstores (MPH, Popular, Times, Borders, Kinokuniya) and selected myNEWS outlets in Klang Valley for the price of  RM29.90.

You can browse through all the vouchers at their website:


Ken said...

Get to flip through the book and found that most of the featured restaurants are based in KL, so yea, not that useful for me since i'm staying in Penang :p

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

LOL. That is true although there are quite a number of restaurants that are in Penang as well which if you frequent, it's still worth getting.
If you also come down KL/PJ once in awhile, you still can enjoy using the vouchers since it expires only in 30 June 2014.

Reanaclaire said...

Very informative.. I will surely look for the capital F... Food!

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...


Anonymous said...

Hi Ken, in Penang, you can use at Milkshake Factory, Shihlin Snacks, Meet Fresh, Share Tea, Blackball, Planet Popcorn, Morganfield's, BarBQ Plaza, Sushi Tei, Kim Gary, etc :)

Fione said...

Thanks for introducing uhhh :D But I agreed with Ken, mostly the restaurants are based in KL, and I come from Penang :(((

Fione said...

Nvm will have a try also since you said it still worth getting hehehe :D

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Well, if you frequent those places that they offer, it's worth it. If you don't but those places are listed in them that you wanted to try out, it could be worth it.

Merryn said...

I'm in Klang Valley so I guess it's worth to get this WorthyBook :)

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Well, if you frequent or plan to go to those places that WorthyBook is offering vouchers on, then yes. It's worth it. :)