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11.11 Singles’ Day Sales 2021 in Singapore | Find all the deals and sales in one place

Singles’ Day, the biggest online shopping day of the year! Check back here on the 11.11 for the deals. Keep reading to see a list of all the best Singles’ Day sales and shopping deals.

Keep reading to see a list of all the best 11.11 Singles’ Day sales and shopping deals.

Every 11 November some of the best retailers around offer massive discounts and sale to celebrate the Chinese festival that is Singles’ Day. This year a stack of retailers such as AliExpress by Alibaba, Esprit, YOOX and Jurlique are offering some amazing discounts. You can get up to 50% off designers like Saint Laurent, Alexander Wang and Tom Ford. There are also some huge savings on computers, TVs, tablet computers and phones.

Top Singles’ Day brands:

More Singles’ Day deals 2021:

Eric Dress Eric Dress

15% off orders $129

iShopChangi iShopChangi

Up to 70% off wines and spirits, beauty, fashion and electronics

Farfetch Farfetch

Up to 50% off + an extra 15% off selected designer pieces


Up to 50% off sale

Castlery Castlery

Up to $500 off site-wide


Amazon Amazon

Up to 50% off


Up to 60% off brands sale


Up to 50% off sale

Vivino Vivino

Up to 60% savings on top wines upon signup

Vivino Vivino

Up to 60% savings on top wines upon signup

PatPat PatPat

Buy 2 , get 1 FREE baby clothing

iHerb iHerb

10% off orders over $60

YesStyle YesStyle

FREE shipping with any SG$80 purchase

Amazon Amazon

Extra 20% off when you buy 2 items


Up to 70% off


Up to 50% off sale

Cue Cue

30-50% off selected styles

Lazada Lazada
Limited time

Up to 72% off MattX Mattress

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Limited time

Haven’t heard of Singles’ Day before?

You’re not alone. Singles’ Day is only really a celebration in China, but that doesn’t stop the rest of the world from being able to take advantage of the deals on offer.

In case you were wondering how significant Singles’ Day actually is, it’s worth nothing this is the largest online shopping day in the world. Alibaba alone generated $14.3 billion in revenue last year – to put that in perspective, Alibaba generated more revenue on Singles’ Day than all of the combined revenue of Black Friday.

Originally Singles’ Day was an entertaining festival for young Chinese people to celebrate that they were proud to be single. Society has plenty of days to celebrate partnerships and family like Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day, and Singles’ Day is supposed to be the unattached’s antidote to these – a day devoted to “treat yo’self”. 11 November was a deliberate choice of date, the 11.11 resembling single individuals.

Today, this celebration is primarily seen as a shopping event where retailers come together to offer top deals and discounts for the day in an effort for to make it more affordable for young singles to buy the things they’ve always wanted.

The timing of this shopping event could not be better, with many savvy shoppers already trying to get on top of their Christmas shopping. You can see a list of the top Singles’ Day deals on the main sales page.

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