I’m Giving Away Free Tickets to the Manila International Book Fair

Posted by under News and Events . Updated: September 12, 2018

The Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) is among the biggest, most sought after, and longest running fairs in the country. Last year, they attracted a total of 120,000 visitors during its five-day run.

This year, the 39th edition of the MIBF is happening on September 12-16, 2018 from 10AM to 8PM, at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.

Running for almost four decades now, the Manila International Book Fair has evolved from an event for the publishing industry and the academe to one of the most-awaited exhibitions for all sorts of readers.

The MIBF has become a gathering of sorts for bookworms of all ages and walks of life to celebrate the joys of reading and the knowledge each book brings about.

Guide to Investing Book Signing

I’m proud to announce that I will be holding a book signing on September 15, Saturday, at 10AM for my book, The Ready To Be Rich Guide to Investing. Additionally, you can buy the book there at 30% discount!!!

Thanks to PageJump, my official distributor for the book, for making this possible. So if you want to get a signed copy of my book, just visit PageJump’s booth at IP-6, located at the first floor on the said time and date.

Moreover, aside from my book, you can also get award-winning and best-selling books from PageJump at up to 70% discount. And you can also get the book, Cyberpreneur Philippines, where I am a contributing author.

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Entrance Ticket Giveaway

With that said, let me now invite you to join this simple raffle in this blog, and get the chance to win five (5) entrance tickets to the 39th Manila International Book Fair.

How to join? All you have to do is answer this question: “What’s the last book that you enjoyed reading?

Submit your response below in the comments section. Make sure that you provide your name and a valid email address.

Deadline for joining the raffle is on Tuesday, September 11, at 11:59PM. Winners will be announced on the Ready To Be Rich Facebook Page on September 12, 1:00PM.

The free tickets will be sent to your email address, with instructions on how to use them.

There will be twenty (20) winners, who will each receive five (5) entrance tickets and valid for use any day from September 13-16.

So what are you waiting for? Join the raffle now.

UPDATE: Winners have been posted HERE. Congratulations and thank you for joining!

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46 Responses to “I’m Giving Away Free Tickets to the Manila International Book Fair”


  1. Perry Saico says:

    Zero to One by Peter Thiel

  2. Guiller Ramos says:

    The subtle art of not giving a fuck by mark manson

    Opened my mind to different perspective of life

  3. Mel Tayao says:

    Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

  4. Chrissy says:

    Last book I read? Veronika Decides to Die by Paolo Coelho.
    All the best Sir Fritz! – Chrissy

  5. Kat says:

    Hi Fitz! The last book I enjoyed reading is Think on These Things – Meditation for Leaders by John Maxwell. It really helped become a better person, understand other people’s perspective and enhance my way of thinking. I love how his thoughts become my daily inspirational quotes.

  6. JR Sia says:

    Hi Fitz, the last book I enjoyed listening to was “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David Shwartz. I’ve gone over it around 3 or 4 times already (read 3x, audible once). As with your blog, it provides inspiring and actionable insights about self-improvement and meeting goals. It’s also highly recommended by Tim Ferris, he even has it on his shelf of favorite books.

    Hope to win the tickets as my wife, baby and I will surely maximize the opportunity to be there! Will probably need a new house to put all the books in! Haha!

  7. Hi Fitz! The Last Lecture (lessons in living) by Randy Pausch. I am Akiko Yoshimura, email address: akikoty0219@gmail.com. God bless!

  8. Leonardo Garcia says:

    Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

  9. Judienne says:

    The last book I enjoyed reading was Carol Dweck’s “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success.”

    Thanks! 😀

  10. Janice Asis says:

    Extraordinary – Stories for Aspiring Leaders by Victor Magdaraog and Nikki Katherine Dy-Liacco.

  11. Gio Jericho Sy says:

    Hi Sir Fitz!

    The last book I enjoyed reading is ‘The Richest Man in Babylon’.
    I found the book very easy to understand to someone that is new to investing and also liked the style of storytelling the author did on the book.

    On a side note, keep doing what you do, sir. Much respect on you for helping us in personal finance.

  12. Efren says:

    Fooled by Randomness.

  13. Shoden says:

    The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod!
    -thanks lodi!

  14. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill 🙂

  15. Liz says:

    Dan Brown’s Origin

  16. Monica Blanco says:

    Think and Grow Rich 🙂 By Napoleon Hill

  17. Fatz Calimlim says:

    101 Success Secrets for Women by Sue Augustine

  18. Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey

  19. JR Sia says:

    The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz

  20. Levi says:

    Financial Planning For The Fast Changing World by Christopher Cervantes

  21. Tessa Cabeliza says:

    Younique: Understanding others by understanding you by Jason Lo

  22. Kaye says:

    The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas. I read this once a year. 🙂

  23. Bryan Dexter H. Delmendo says:

    The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

  24. raymund joe macuana says:

    The Power of Broke by Daymond John

  25. javes says:

    No Nonsense Personal Finance A Step By Step Guide by RT

  26. Sarah says:

    The Richest Man in Babylon.

  27. Emmarie says:

    Trailblazing Success by Rex Mendoza

  28. maria sheila sy says:

    Keri mo yan by Chinkee Tan

  29. Jacinto Joseph Mateo says:

    Good or God by John Bevere
    Name ; Jacinto Joseph M, Mateo
    Email: jacintojosephmateo@gmail.com

  30. Hanna says:

    The Paradox of Choice – Why More Is Less
    -Barry Schwartz

  31. Bryan Tangonan says:

    The Trading Code – Jason Cam

  32. Hanna says:

    The Paradox of Choice- Why Less Is More
    by Barry Schwartz

  33. Secrets of the millionaire mind by T Harv Eker

  34. Emerson Patrick Tuazon says:

    The First Filipino. Leon Ma. Guerrero

  35. Marivic bayon says:

    Five languages of love – gary chapman

  36. nedbenjo says:

    Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

  37. The last book I enjoyed reading is Crazy Rich Asians!

  38. Sarah says:

    The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

  39. Patricia Candava says:

    1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

  40. Lix says:

    The Shack by William P. Young

  41. Jovito Hernan says:

    Diary of A pulubi – chinkee tan

  42. Francisco Rivero says:

    Small Store Marketing by Chiqui Escareal-Go

  43. Gio Sy says:

    The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason

  44. Bong Tandaan says:

    Cashflow Quadrant
    – Robert Kiyosaki

  45. ruperto nambio says:

    Hello Fritz, I think it was you who mentioned the difference between VUL & BTID. I am more interested in BTID. Who’s insurance/s issuing BTID? Please let me know.

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