8 Places in Singapore That You Can Shop For Cheap!

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Since the SEA Games have just ended, let’s all resume our national sport, shall we? This is the best period of the year to unleash the shopping monster in you because the Great Singapore Sale means discounts, discounts and more discounts!

Here are 8 places you should shop at to keep your wallet from crying:

1. Bugis Street

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With more than 800 shops hidden inside the popular Bugis Street, it’s a shopping paradise for many Singaporeans, from secondary school kids to office ladies. This street is almost like a one-stop solution for those looking for a quick retail therapy fix. With dresses and t-shirts from just S$5, accessories going at 3 for S$10 and cheap manicures for only S$8, you’ll definitely be spoilt for choice.

Address: 3 New Bugis St, 188867

2. Anchorpoint Shopping Center

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Anchorpoint is the first mall in Singapore to feature outlet stores. Brands like Cotton On, Charles & Keith, Pedro and G2000 sell their past season items at amazing discounts from 30% to 70%. While some of the brands aren’t exactly in the cheap range, the place is still worth checking out because you may still be able to find something that fits your budget. Take your time to shop in this mall and you’ll score a previously pricey item for cheap!

Address: 370 Alexandra Road, 159953

3. ZALORA

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Let’s not forget online shopping, shall we? ZALORA, Asia’s biggest online fashion store, has a wide range of brands including ALDO, Mango, Nike, New Look, Sephora and more! This GSS, use the voucher code “AMAZINGJUNE18” to get an 18% discount with a minimum of a S$90 purchase. On top of that, ShopBack also gives you up to 16% cashback for more savings!

We recommend:

Women – ZALORA BASICS Roll Collar Sheath Dress (S$15.04 after cashback)

Men – ZALORA Contrast Sleeve Trim Short Sleeve Shirt (S$9.16 after cashback)

Website: ZALORA

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4. Thrift Stores

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You may not know this but there are actually several thrift stores around our island that you can visit for cheap steals. You can even find branded second-hand clothes, shoes and accessories at a fraction of its original price. Sometimes, completely brand new stuff will be up for sale as well! Best of all? Prices usually start from as low as S$1!

Address:

New2U Thrift Shop – 96 Waterloo St, Singapore 187967

Praisehaven Family Megastore (The Salvation Army) – 500 Upper Bukit Timah Road Singapore 678106


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The Family Store – 309 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 347693

5. City Plaza

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If you love shopping in Bangkok, you’ll find the same kind of excitement in City Plaza. When you buy more from a store in this wholesale mall, you’ll get cheaper prices. Some store owners even allow some slight haggling so there’s no harm trying! You know it’s the right place to go when you see blogshop owners collecting their stock in several pieces of luggage bags.

Address: 810 Geylang Road, 409286

6. ASOS

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One of the favourite places for Singaporean youngsters to shop at, ASOS is a british online beauty and fashion store loved by many across the globe. Making European brands incredibly accessible for us, we can enjoy those chic and trendy pieces as seen on screen (thus the name ASOS) as well. Not losing out on the GSS fun, the website is also having a mega-sale of up to 70% off. Don’t forget to get your 5% cashback from ShopBack!

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Women – New Look Halter Neck Cropped Top (S$14.43 after cashback)

Men – ASOS Jersey Shorts In Super Skinny Fit (S$28.90 after cashback)

Website: ASOS

7. Far East Plaza

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Far East Plaza is the place you need to be at for some budget shopping when you’re in Orchard. With 6 floors to conquer, you better be prepared to be overwhelmed by the non-stop shopping! While you can easily find items going for S$10 or less, things typically cost S$15 to S$30 per piece. A good practice would be to check out each store’s sale rack for the best deals!


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Address: 14 Scotts Road, 228213

8. Shopbop

If you’re looking for luxury items that won’t break your bank, Shopbop is the way to go! From clothes, shoes, bags to accessories, Shopbop brings you your favourite contemporary and designer brands of the industry which include Acne Studios, Kate Spade New York, Cambridge Satchel and Marc by Marc Jacobs. I once bought a MBMJ laptop case for more than 30% off the price that it was sold in the Singapore boutiques! What’s more, the 5% cashback from ShopBack was a pleasant surprise to my wallet.

We recommend:

Women – Kate Spade New York Marietta Card Case (US$64.60 after cashback)

Men – Herschel Supply Co. Parker Backpack (US$38 after cashback)


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Website: Shopbop

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