Singaporeans love a good deal. We may spend money, but we do it wisely. You may always shop around for a good deal, and your credit card may reward you for purchases that would already make. But, you can do better! Here are 4 coupon, discounts, and deal sites in Singapore to help you save even more.




While this is not a website but an app, the ENTERTAINER is the first on our list. It is an everyday lifestyle savings app with 2-for-1 offers. These deals are valid seven days a week at your favorite restaurants, spas, gyms, and even travel destinations.

First, choose an offer on the app. When you pay the bill, show your ENTERTAINER app. The bill amount will be adjusted to match the ENTERTAINER offer, and you will enjoy huge savings.

Some of the top partners include chili's, Shakespeare and Co., and Fun City. They have deals across six categories, which are food and drink, business and fitness, attractions and leisure, fashion and retail, everyday services, and finally travel from quick getaways to extended vacations.

Additionally, this app lets you track your savings and even give access to family and friends. There is a S$70 fee to get all the deals. However, you will easily make back the money on one travel offer.

Check out their Facebook to see some feature offers. If you have any questions, feel free to message them on Facebook. They usually respond within an hour on Facebook Messenger.

Website: Facebook: @EntertainerApp

2. Cuponation



Cuponation is a straightforward coupon and discount website that launched in 2013. It does all the hard work for you so that you can apply it to your online shopping cart and rack in the rewards.

They have promotions and deals for favorite stores such as Zalora, Lazada, and Expedia. Cuponation gives you the coupon code, tells you the details of the promotion, and even how much time you have until the offer expires! Additionally, the search function is easy to use to find your favorite brand or shop.

Moreover, Cuponation makes online shopping easier. It gives you the same offers and promotions advertised in-store for their online websites. Now, you don't need to wait in line in crowded stores. Instead, grab a drink, play some music, and shop at the convenience of your own home. Did I mention that their website is free to use?





Shopback is a cashback website. If you click a third-party shopping site through their site, you get cash back for your purchase. This cash back bonus is a newer concept in the online market that people are slowly discovering. It's actually a personal favorite of mine because you can usually combine this on top of a coupon code. That's double savings!

Here's how it works. First, it's free to join. Second, browse the website to find a brand that has partnered with Shopback to offer cash back for a percentage of your purchase amount. Next, click the "Shop Now" button. At this point, you will be directed to the store's website. Finally, shop and check out. Your cash back will be credited to your account within 72 hours. Then, you can withdraw your money through Paypal or transfer it to your bank.

You may think this is too good to be true. No, it's not a scam! These stores partner with Shopback to encourage online shopping. If you follow the steps, a tracking number is attached to your purchase. Then, the store notifies Shopback that you made a purchase and for how much. The merchant then pays Shopback a commission of the sale. In turn, Shopback rewards you a portion of that commission in real cash.

Currently, there are over 2.5 million users. Shopback also has an app and a Google Chrome Buddy Extension. Additionally, they also have coupon codes on their website. The fine print is that if you use a coupon code that is not found on their website, Shopback cannot guarantee cash back on your purchase. It is subject to the merchant stores' Terms and Conditions.

Unfortunately, I have been a victim of using a coupon code from Cuponation, for example, and forfeiting my cash back because the merchant store determined that my purchase was now ineligible. Other times, I was able to use both. To be safe, apply coupon codes from Shopback's website with the cash back bonus. On the other hand, if you find a better coupon on Cuponation that saves you more money, go with that!

Check out their Instagram to see some featured deals.

Website: Instagram: @shopbacksg

4. Street Deal



Street Deal offers daily discounts or vouchers across a variety of categories. You can browse travel deals, food, beauty services, as well as shop for products. They have thousands of products from gardening to sports as well as fashion and automotive items.

For example, I found a "Set of 2 Angry Lady Microwave Cleaner" figurines that I did not know I needed until now! It's a container in the shape of an angry woman where you add water, vinegar, and even some lemon extract to clean your microwave. I highly recommend you search for this item on the website.

While basic membership is free to get just by signing up, there is a VIP program that is a monthly subscription of S$9.90. You get free delivery, 15% off all offers, priority support, and flash offers that last 24 hours. Additional cash back feature is coming soon.

If you are a serious shopper, Street Deal also has a Premium membership of S$88 per quarter or approximately S$30 per month. With this membership, you still get free delivery, but 20% off all offers, free insurance on all your purchases, and exclusive flash sales offers that are available from 24 to 72 hours.


Final Thoughts

Singapore abounds with discounts, great deals, and rewards. It's a country that is conducive to shopping and dining! With these websites, you'll be able to save a bit more on each purchase whether you enjoy online shopping or want to snag a deal at a restaurant.

Remember to shop until you drop, but not until you are broke!