If you’re looking to buy something, I found these 7/7 promos that might help you save a buck or hundred.
Qoo10 has these 7/7 coupons (link seems to work better on phones) that can save you up to $100 depending on how much you spend:
While they won’t work with items that are marked as time sale, they’d still work for a whole bunch of competitively priced items in Qoo10’s catalogue.
I find the 8th generation iPad very compelling at $439 after applying the $30 discount coupon. iPads are of course very useful for the times we live in. Also compelling is my ever-favourite Xiaomi 1C robot vacuum. Having used it for a year now, I can safely say it has saved me hours upon hours every week maintaining clean floors, freeing up my time for other more productive endeavours.
The first 1,000 eligible transactions of at least $80 made with a DBS card also gets $10 cashback.
DBS additional 8% cashback
DBS is having a DBS Extra Bonus Day which includes an extra 8% cashback when you spend with your DBS card, on top of the usual card rewards. This is only applicable on 7th July, limited to $8 per cardmember ($100 spending), and for the following sites:
- Shopee (ShopeePay excluded)
Clearly, if you have something to buy on Qoo10, you should be using a DBS card for more savings.
Easy $1 with PayLah!
You can also enjoy 8% cashback on your first PayLah! transaction at any merchant. Much like less month as shared in the Telegram group, the easiest way to do this without really spending is to pay your bills using AXS. The cashback is capped at a paltry $1, which means you’ll max this at $12.50 spending, but it only took me all of 30 seconds to pay my credit card bill with my PayLah through the AXS app. I’ve done worse for a quick buck.
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