10/10 may not be here yet, but the deals are already on with limited quantities available for hot items. I found some really good deals and here are my personal recommendations!
Even if you’re not keen on these things, scroll to the end to get $100 vouchers and what cards to use to maximise your savings while buying other stuff!
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$239 for AirPods Pro
The AirPods Pro retails for $379, and this is an incredible $140 off. I personally bought a pair previously at $269 from the seller and the reviews – all 1,600+ of them – do not lie. It’s authentic and warranty checks out with Apple. Incredible deal.
$459 for the latest iPad
The 8th generation iPad was just released a few weeks ago at a retail price of $499, and this is a substantial discount for newly released Apple gadget. A really great deal and will prove useful for studying or working from home. Comes in 32GB version ($459, $40 off retail), and 128GB ($619, $30 off retail).
$228.90 for Xiaomi 1C Robot Vacuum
I really, really love this robot and I use it almost daily at my own home. It vacuums AND mops at the same time and I cannot overstate how much it has reduced my chores. It’s great at working its way around obstacles too, and after it maps out your home you can set deadzones and targeted areas for clean ups. I love it, other than the fact that it is now going cheaper than what I bought it for, and I got it cheap!
$99 for Xiaomi Smartmi Fan 3
$99 for a fan isn’t the cheapest, I guess, but what if it included a built-in battery and lets you control speed and oscillation from your phone? I thought the battery was a gimmicky feature until I bought one out of curiosity: it is amazing. I can place it anywhere at home without worrying about power sockets. App controls also mean I can adjust my fan from bed without having to get up. Little quality of life things like these you won’t want to give up once you have a taste of it.
$710 for Xiaomi 65-inch TV
One of the favourite appliances I’ve bought, Xiaomi’s 65-inch TV is perhaps the most value for money TV there is. In my friend’s words, “this looks like a $3,000 to $4,000 television”, and I bought it for a sensible $848. It’s $770 now, and gets even lower if you apply the free $60 coupon (see guide below) to make it an absolute steal of $710.
How to get $100 of vouchers
Click here, and scroll down until you see this:
The vouchers can only be used on items that are not labelled as Daily Deal or Time Sale (which most of the above items are), but they’re still pretty sweet for buying other things you may want.
What cards to use?
If you managed to register for OCBC’s recent Titanium Rewards 20X promotion, 8 mpd or 7.4% rebate in vouchers is pretty awesome!
Otherwise, the usual good cashback cards for online purchases like DBS LiveFresh and OCBC FRANK will serve well. Mile cards that get 4 mpd include OCBC Titanium Rewards, CitiRewards, DBS WWMC, and UOB PPV.
Current bank promos for Qoo10 (check the respective terms and conditions on the site):
- Maybank: $10 cashback min. spend of $50
- StanChart :$10 cashback min. spend of $120
- DBS IPP: $20 cashback min. spend of $500
- Grab: $8 cashback min. spend for $80
- UOB: $5 cashback min. spend of $50
- Citibank: $5 cashback min. spend of $40
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