1. How does the Entertainment fundraising program work?

Entertainment Books and Digital Memberships are sold by many fundraising organisations, who receive 20% of the price of each Membership sold. The Books are provided on consignment, and can be returned if unsold. Your dedicated Account Manager will provide you with complimentary sales materials such as flyers, posters and emails, plus your own online order and payment page, to help you market and sell Memberships.

2. How do I receive my fundraising dollars?

Memberships that are purchased through the Entertainment-provided online order and payment page will be automatically credited to your Entertainment account. You will receive a statement each fortnight requesting full payment for Books that you sold for cash or by cheque. Payment options include cash in our office, cheques mailed to our office, over the phone with Visa or MasterCard or make a secure payment online

At the end of the fundraising season, you will receive a deposit of the funds to your fundraising organisation or cause.

3. How often do I make payments?

Upon receipt of your statement you should always make a payment for any Books sold to date. It is important that both your records and our inventory are current.

4. What do I do if I need more Books?

Entertainment Books sell out quickly. To ensure that you don’t miss out, call your Account Manager as soon as you start to get low. Once your account has no money owing, your Account Manager can organise additional Books for you, so long as stock is available.

5. Am I able to get a refund for Books after I have paid for them?

No. Because Entertainment Books are generally issued to organisations on consignment, once they have been paid for, the ‘sale-or-return’ option is no longer available.

6. Is there a minimum number of Entertainment Memberships we need to sell?

Yes. You need to sell ten (10) Memberships to receive the fundraising component.

7. Entertainment Book Consignment Payment Policy
  • Books must be sold for the retail price and you will earn 20% per Book sold.
  • You will receive a Tax Invoice/Statement from Entertainment Publications every fortnight. 
  • When you receive your Entertainment Tax Invoice/Statement, please make payment for all Books that you have sold to date within seven (7) days.  Books are provided on consignment as a valuable benefit to you and your organisation.  We are able to provide this benefit as long as regular payments are made.
  • Due to demand, Entertainment Publications may recall books that are unpaid at any time.  Re-orders for books are filled once your account is current, and are subject to availability.
8. How to Pay for your Entertainment Book Consignment

Whenever making a payment, please remember to include your Entertainment Account Number. Many organisations have similar names and we want to make sure that your account is appropriately credited.

Payment can be made in the following ways:

Credit card payments

To pay online, you can make a secure credit card payment by logging in to your fundraiser account at www.entertainmentbook.com.au/fundraisers.

To pay by phone, please contact your local Entertainment office.   

To pay by post, tear off the remittance form attached to your statement. Ensure credit card details are completed or attach a cheque payable to Entertainment Publications. Post the payment to your local Entertainment office

Please note that we only accept Visa and Mastercard. 

Direct deposits

Direct deposits can be made at any National Australia Bank using the the reference number found on your statement.

BSB: 082 212
Account: 647598189 


To set up BPAY for internet or phone banking, please contact your bank, credit union or building society.

You will need to enter the biller code and reference number found on your statement.

Biller code: 837971  

Website payments

Your customers can pay for the Entertainment book directly through your own payment page on our website.

Contact your Account Manager who can set up this payment process for you.

If you have any other questions regarding your Entertainment account, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions, contact your Account Manager or local Entertainment office.