The end date of the literature event is approaching. Know all the important information to attend.
The book Fair It is one of the most massive cultural events in the Buenos aires city. Among the literary jewels that can be found when touring the more than 45,000 square meters that the fair occupies, there are texts by established authors and young voices that are worth discovering.
Book Fair 2023: when does it end?
The book Fair this year ends on monday may 15. That day there will be activities such as chess games for all levels, book presentations and different talks about literature.
The schedules to go are:
- Monday to Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
- Saturdays, Sundays from 13 to 22.
How to enter the Book Fair for free?
Tickets to the fair have a value of $800 the general one, from Monday to Thursday, on the other hand, from Friday to Sunday the entrance costs $1200. Instead there are some groups that can enter for free:
- Every day for children under up to 12 years including school visits and people with disabilities.
- every day for teachers. They must present a salary receipt or proof that proves their condition.
- every day presenting HAPPENS CULTURAL.
- Monday to Friday for students, retired and pensioners. In all cases it is necessary to present proof of condition.
Book Fair: what are the benefits of buying a ticket?
Those who purchase a ticket or the three-visit pass will receive a $1,200 checkbook. This may be used in affiliated bookstores once end the fair.
On the other hand, the tickets will have discount vouchers to be used at the stands. those of $800 will have four vouchers $200and those of $1,200 and the passes will have six vouchers of $200 each. Each voucher can be used to cover up to 10% of the payment on purchases of $2,000 or more. In addition, they are cumulative, as long as, do not exceed 10% of the total payment.
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