National Bookstore Laking National Loyalty Card

July 1, 2017

If there's a mall nearby, my first thought would be if there is a National Bookstore inside. I can spend hours in this store. I don't just go to NBS for books but also for school supplies like pens, notebooks, notepads, highlighters and office supplies. I have claimed multiple e-purse points since owning a Laking National card. If you love books and is a reader, I recommend getting the Laking National loyalty card from National Bookstore.


BE A LAKING NATIONAL CARD MEMBER IN 3 EASY STEPS!
  1. Pay the One Hundred Pesos (P100.00) membership fee at any counter. Students may join for a discounted fee of Sixty Pesos (P60.00) with valid school ID. Membership fee will be waived upon presentation of single or accumulated receipts worth P5,000 from National Book Store within the past 12-months (not applicable for renewal). 
  2. Fill out the Membership Application Form and submit to the Customer Service Counter.
  3. Once the card is received, kindly affix your signature at the back of the card. You can start collecting points and receive special offers immediately. 
*Not valid for online application.

Track your usage here: https://www.nationalbookstore.com/lakingnational/

EARNING OF POINTS
  1. The Laking National Card (Card) must be presented upon payment to earn points. No Card, no points.
  2. Purchases earn one (1) point for every one peso (P1.00) spent at National Bookstore (NBS).
  3. The following purchases are not eligible to earn points: (1) items on discount (Cut Price, sale, markdown, coupons, employee, using Courtesy Card, etc.) (2) whole sale discount, (3) purchases from Ticket World, (4) mobile phone load, (5) purchases of NBS gift certificates, (6) purchases using ePurse, and (7) other items or services that NBS at its sole discretion, may exclude from earning points.
  4. Purchases using NBS and Sodexho Gift Certificates will earn points.
  5. Without prior notice, NBS reserves the right to (1) adjust the points earned per one peso (P1.00) purchase, (2) deduct appropriate number of points arising from corresponding transactions including but not limited to returned products. 
*Not valid for online purchases.


POINTS REDEMPTION
  1. The Laking National Card (Card) must be presented upon payment to earn points. No Card, no points.
  2. Purchases earn one (1) point for every one peso (P1.00) spent at National Bookstore (NBS).
  3. The following purchases are not eligible to earn points: (1) items on discount (Cut Price, sale, markdown, coupons, employee, using Courtesy Card, etc.) (2) whole sale discount, (3) purchases from Ticket World, (4) mobile phone load, (5) purchases of NBS gift certificates, (6) purchases using ePurse, and (7) other items or services that NBS at its sole discretion, may exclude from earning points.
  4. Purchases using NBS and Sodexho Gift Certificates will earn points.
  5. Without prior notice, NBS reserves the right to (1) adjust the points earned per one peso (P1.00) purchase, (2) deduct appropriate number of points arising from corresponding transactions including but not limited to returned products. 
*Not valid for online purchases.

EXPIRY AND RENEWAL 

  1. The Card is valid for three (3) years from the date of application/renewal, remains the property of NBS and is non-transferable.
  2. A renewal fee of One Hundred Pesos (P100.00) will be charged for Card renewal. Receipt for the renewal fee is valid for thirty days (30) from the date of payment and can only be used in the same branch where the payment was made. NBS reserves the right to change the renewal fee without prior notice.
  3. The old Card should be surrendered upon renewal at the Customer Service Counter. If the old card is not surrendered, the application will be considered as lost Card application and loss of points will be applied.
  4. All points and ePurse in the Card will be forfeited without prior notice thirty (30) days after the Card's expiry date.
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