Sunday, August 18, 2013

GIVEAWAY: Meld Magazine's Little Orange Book of BIG Discounts

If you've followed me on my Instagram (@winceeee), you might've seen me post some photos with the hashtag: #littleorangebook the past few weeks. It's basically to show how I've taken/used Meld Magazine's Little Orange Book of BIG Discounts around Melbourne.

It's essentially a book of Discount vouchers with over $1,000 of offers at various establishments around Melbourne. This voucher is put together by a Non-for-Profit online magazine called Meld Magazine, which you can buy from their website for only $25: here

#littleorangebook at Cacao Green 
(Instagram: @winceeee)

I was given one copy of this book to use and another copy to giveaway by Karen, the founder of Meld Magazine. What I not only like, but respect, about Meld Magazine's work is that they are centred around helping international students settle into life in Australia by presenting various topics from lifestyle, to politics and just general advice articles to help them find their way. Having been an international student myself for 5 out of my 5 1/2 years in Melbourne, this is a cause that I can really identify with and am happy to support. Besides that, they are also a great platform for media and journalism students to obtain practical work experience through their magazine.

Best thing about this is seeing all these businesses supporting the international student community as well by being generous enough to sponsor and participate in the Little Orange Book of BIG Discounts.

Read more about Meld Magazine from their website: here

#littleorangebook at Cacao Green 
(Instagram: @winceeee)

Flipping through the book I found that there were a lot of vouchers in there that really caught my attention. I definitely will be use it to have a meal at Pepper Lunch, maybe followed by a froyo snack at Cacao Green and if I'm feeling cheeky, a bag of awesome fries from Snag Stand. Otherwise, I could always date my friends out for dinner at Izakaya Chuji before an intense Karaoke sesh at K-Box. Too good.

#littleorangebook at Hometown Asian Grocery 
(Instagram: @winceeee)

• Ajisen Ramen • Chatime • Pepper Lunch • Central Grocery • Mad Mex •• Nando’s • Krispy Kreme • Dangerfield • KBox • IKEA •• Bao Now • Coconut House • Izakaya Chuji • Momo Sushi • Mercadante •• Hometown Asian Supermarket • Plantation Specialty Coffee • Snag Stand •• porgie + Mr Jones • Cacao Green • Ganache Chocolate •• Extragreen Holidays • Picket •
& many more!

SO, winning a copy of this discount book is very easy. All you have to do is answer the question below: 

"Where is your favourite place to take friends or family visiting Melbourne for the first time?"

Simply leave a comment with your response below and the most interesting answer will win a copy of Meld Magazine's Little Orange Book of BIG Discounts! Competition ends at 10pm on 31st August 2013 and valid to Australian residents only.

Good luck!

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