THE ENTERTAINER
www.theentertainerme.com

What’s the deal?
First, it's best used as an app (which you can download here) rather than a discount site. What they have is this: One-for-one vouchers! It’s not crappy one-for-ones too. You get meals from high-end restaurants like Fat Cow, hotels like Banyan Tree in Bangkok and activities from places like Wavehouse at one-for-one. Imagine paying under $100 for two beautiful steaks at Bedrock Bar and Grill. Really! I did it just last week! Tasted great. Also felt great on my pocket.
Here’s the catch:
It costs $70 to get all the deals. But after using it for a year, I have to say it’s completely worth it. The deals have worked it way past its initial $70. I’ve saved so much more.

DEAL.COM.SG
www.deal.com.sg

What’s the deal?
Very straightforward, it’s like shopping on Qoo10 but with discounts. Or like Groupon but on steroids. It’s so packed with stuff they have to arrange it according to “floors”.

CUPONATION
www.cuponation.com.sg

What’s the deal?
Aside from deals that they’ve pulled from other deal and coupon websites, they offer discount codes (for free!) for different websites like Agoda, Lazada and Expedia too. Just keep an eye out for the right deals.

SHOPBACK
www.shopback.sg

What’s the deal?
Get cashback by clicking through their site to other third-party sites like ASOS, Zalora, Lazada and even Taobao. We’re serious. You get cold, hard cash. Whatever amount you’ve gotten back on their site, you can cash out on Paypal or your preferred local bank account so it actually goes back to you. Sounds too good to be true right?
Here’s how it works:

Take Zalora for example. Zalora pays ShopBack a commission for each successful customer referral. ShopBack in turn takes a bulk of the commission and pumps 12% back to customers as Cashback.

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