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Cyber Monday 2021 sale in Singapore: best deals still available

Cyber Monday deals

November isn't just about Black Friday, it also includes Cyber Monday which, in Singapore, is part and parcel of the mega sale we just simply call Black Friday. That's not necessarily the case elsewhere – in some markets like the US, Cyber Monday is its own big sale event, typically all done online, with different offers going live on that specific day.

We keep things a little simple in Singapore – retailers participating in Black Friday sales just extend the same offers to cover Cyber Monday as well, with not a lot of difference between the two actual days. So, locally, it's a four-day long weekend sale encapsulating both Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

However, aside from the top five remaining Black Friday deals listed below, the page you're currently reading is reserved exclusively for new Cyber Monday 2021 deals. Read on to find the best Cyber Monday 2021 deals.

Cyber Monday 2021 deals still available in Singapore


Nintendo Switch (2019) Neon Red / Neon Blue | SG$499 SG$440 (opens in new tab) (save SG$59)

It isn't the new OLED model, but you can still get the revised 2019 model with its SG$499 price still slightly down at just SG$440 post-Black Friday, which is not to be sneezed at, given there's an expected Switch shortage occurring in the lead up to the holiday season.

Nintendo Switch Lite | SG$329 SG$269 (opens in new tab) (save SG$60)

The Nintendo Switch Lite is bound to be one of the hot ticket items this holiday season, and we're not expecting to see as many discounts as usual due to stock shortages, so we reckon this deal is worth strongly considering. Available in Blue (opens in new tab) and Yellow (opens in new tab).



Sony WF-1000XM4 | SG$379 SG$309 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save SG$70)

The Sony WF-1000XM4 are the best true wireless earbuds in Australia (opens in new tab) you can buy. They deliver rich audio, top-notch noise cancellation, solid battery life and an IPX4 weather resistance. Sony's flagship earbuds are currently discounted to SG$$329, however, you can bring that price down to SG$309 when you apply a special SG$20 voucher on the product page under the price section. This Lightning deal ends at midnight on 30/11.

Sony WH-1000XM3 | SG$349 SG$269 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save SG$80)

The Sony WH-1000XM3 were a smash hit when they launched, offering a great all-round experience with solid noise-cancelling and gorgeous audio, and while they aren't the latest in the range, they're still absolutely worth it. With this solid discount at Amazon, these still great cans are totally worth it.

Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones| SG$478 from SG$399 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$79)

The Midnight Black (opens in new tab) and Matte Black (opens in new tab) versions of Beats' excellent Studio 3 Wireless Headphones have been reduced massively for Black Friday, with a SG$79 discount bringing the price down on these noise cancelling cans to just SG$399.

Apple AirPods with Charging Case | SG$199 SG$163 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$36)

Apple's AirPods are always in high-demand, which makes this rare discount extra special. Enjoy up to 5 hours of listening time on a single charge, and more than 24 hours of total listening time with the included charging case.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 (Silver Luxe) | SG$599 SG$479 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$120)

One of the finest sets of cans currently available, Bose's Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 deliver up to 20 hours of wireless audio listening, along with 11 levels of active noise cancelling and unrivalled voice call quality. And, you can now score a massive 20% discount on the Silver Luxe and Black colour options.

Audio Technica ATH-WS660BT Over-Ear Bluetooth High Res Headphones (opens in new tab) | SG$218 SG$194.37 (save SG$23.63)

Crank up the tunes with these Bluetooth high res headphones from Audio Technica, which offer 40 hours of continuous use on single charge (along with 1,000 hours in standby). Available in Grey/Blue.

Jabra Elite 85t True Wireless Earbuds | SG$348 SG$268 (opens in new tab) (save SG$80)

Jabra's stylish Elite 85t earbuds offer increased control over your Active Noise Cancellation with an adjustable ANC slider, which makes use of 6 built-in microphones for improved call quality. Using the included charging case, get up to 25 hours of battery life with ANC on and 31 hours with it switched off.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 | SG$449 SG$268 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$181)

This is an absolutely fantastic alternative to the likes of the Sony WF-1000XM3 or Bose QuietComfort Earbuds, albeit a more expensive option when not discounted. Still, if you want that professional Sennheiser touch, then you can't go wrong here.

Sennheiser HD 559 Open Back Around Ear Headphones | SG$229 SG$150.52 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$78.48)

If you're looking to save money on a great sounding pair of cans by forgoing the more advanced features that headphones sport these days, you can't go wrong with Sennheiser's HD 559 Open Back Around Ear Headphones. This wired set sports a detachable cable and supports both 3.5mm and 6.35mm jacks.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II | SG$499 SG$301.81 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$197.19)

Once considered the best ANC wireless headphones in the world, Bose's renowned QuietComfort 35 II cans still provide fantastic active noise cancelation and superb audio quality. They offer up to 20 hours of listening time from a full charge, along with volume-optimised EQ settings.

Jabra Elite Active 75t True Wireless Sports Earbuds | SG$318 SG$235.52 (opens in new tab) (save SG$82.48)

If you're looking for your next pair of sports earbuds, you're in luck: Jabra's Elite Active 75t buds are currently discounted for Black Friday. Like the slightly more premium 85t buds, the Elite Active 75t offers Active Noise Cancellation, however, you also get IP57-rated against sweat and other splashes. And, using the included charging case, you get up to 28 hours of battery life.



LG 55-inch C1 OLED 4K TV | SG$4,099 SG$2,188 on Lazada (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,911)

LG's C1 OLED flagship TV has been discounted drastically for Black Friday, with the 55-inch model of our favourite LG OLED TV of the year slashed from SG$4,099 to just SG$2,188. That's close to half price for this fantastic telly with self-lighting pixels for unrivalled contrast and black levels.


Samsung 55-inch QN90A Neo QLED 4K Smart TV (2021) | SG$5,099 SG$2,349 (opens in new tab) (save SG$2,750)

Samsung's QN90A Neo QLED is its top 4K TV currently available, and features the latest Mini LED backlighting technology, bringing incredibly accurate contrast and thousands of dimming zones for blacks approaching OLED-level. Was SG$5,099, now discounted to a stunning SG$2,349. That's over half price off!

Samsung 65-inch QN85A Neo QLED 4K Smart TV (2021) | SG$5,192 SG$3,834 (opens in new tab) (save SG$1,358)

One of the best 4K TVs currently available, Samsung's QN85A Neo QLED sports cutting edge Mini LED technology, bringing incredibly accurate lighting and thousands of dimming zones for near OLED-level blacks without any trade-offs to brightness. Note that you will need to pre-order this telly now and wait for it to be shipped from December 9.

TCL 75-inch C825 4K Mini LED Android TV | SG$3,712 SG$2,499 on Lazada (opens in new tab) (save SG$1,213)

If you're looking for an affordable entry point into the world of Mini LED TV tech, this 'hot buy' deal on TCL's 75-inch C825 4K Mini LED Android TV is a good way to go. Get IMAX Enhanced visuals and VRR support up to 120Hz, along with stunning Onkyo audio and a built-in subwoofer. 

Sony XBR 85-inch 85X8500G 4K LED TV | SG$9,999 SG$2,999 on Lazada (opens in new tab) (save SG$7,000)

While we're sure it's been a while since this mammoth 85-incher from Sony has sold for its full retail price, Lazada is advertising an equally huge discount of SG$7,000 for its XBR 85-inch 85X8500G 4K LED TV, which is an utterly insane 70% off. Even if the true discount isn't as massive as advertised, SG$2,999 is still an incredibly good price for an 85-inch 4K TV of this quality.


Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) motherboard | SG$406 SG$213.58 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save SG$192.42)

Amazon SG has a terrific deal on Asus' TUF Gaming X570-Plus motherboard, discounted to almost half price. Gamers will enjoy L8200A Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 2x2 802. 11ac Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO support, Bluetooth 5. 0 and more. Sports a memory clock speed of 4400 MHz.

Logitech Brio | SG$339 SG$251.31 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save SG$87.69)

The ultimate streamer's webcam, Logitech's Brio offers stunning 4K streams with HDR and Windows Hello support. It also offers built-in dual omni-directional mics with noise cancellation. A terrific option for game streamers and the work-from-home crowd.

Norton 360 Standard (1-year, 1-device) | SG$49 SG$39 (opens in new tab) (save SG$10)

Norton comes in at #2 in our guide to the best antivirus (opens in new tab), and the security giant's cutting the price of its Norton 360 Standard subscription by SG$10 for the 1-year, 1-device option. If you want something simpler and lighter, Norton AntiVirus Plus is also reduced by SG$10, making it SG$29 for 1-year on 1-device.

Surface Book 3 (13.5-inch) | from SG$1,919 (save up to SG$779.80) (opens in new tab)

Need a new productivity laptop? Microsoft SG has some excellent deals on its stylish Surface Laptop 3, with the 13.5-inch model offering anywhere from i5/8GB/256GB to i7/32GB/1TB configurations. 

Surface Book 3 (15-inch) | from SG$2,639.20 (save up to SG$860) (opens in new tab)

If you need a bigger screen for your productivity, Microsoft also offers a 15-inch version of the Surface Book 3, which starts at an i7/16GB/256GB config, all the way up to an i7/32GB/1TB option.

Surface Pro X | from SG$1,373 (save up to SG$647) (opens in new tab)

Sporting Microsoft's SQ 1 processor, the sleek Surface Pro X is an ARM-based Surface Tablet that offers up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. The black and platinum models have been reduced heavily for Black Friday, so jump on it!

Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam | SG$130.36 SG$95.80 (opens in new tab) (save SG$34.56)

Webcams have become incredibly important in the 'work from home' age, and Logitech's C920 is one of the best around. It offers crystal clear 1080p/30fps streams and stereo sound, along with automatic HD light correction.

Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Tri-band Wi-Fi Gaming Router | SG$699 SG$588.96 (opens in new tab) (save SG$110.04)

If you're serious about online gaming, you may want to consider the Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router. It was built with high speed gaming on Gigabit ISP services in mind, and offers the fastest Wi-Fi for current 802.11AC devices as well as next Gen 802.11ax devices.

Smartphones and tablets

Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) | SG$1,299 SG$1,269 at Lazada (opens in new tab) (save SG$30)

Score a discount on Apple's latest handset, the iPhone 13, which boasts the incredibly fast A15 Bionic chip, amazing battery life and a range of stunning new features, including an advanced dual camera system and a new 'cinematic mode' feature for movie-like video capture.


GoPro Hero 9 Black Action Camera | SG$599 SG$549 (opens in new tab) (save SG$50)

GoPro's action ready Hero 9 Black camera will follow you to hell and back, and get some amazing footage while you're there! It boasts a monster 23.6MP sensor for 5K video and 20MP photos, and also sports a new front display along with its rear touch screen with touch zoom functionality.

Smartwatches and Health

Hydragun Massage Gun | SG$599 SG$399 (opens in new tab) (save SG$200)

Work out those the muscle pains and knots with The Hydragun, an effective massage gun that's used by Olympians and recovery professionals. Currently reduced to just SG$399..

Fitbit Luxe activity tracker | SG$198 SG$168 on Amazon SG (opens in new tab) (save SG$30)

While most activity tracks are utilitarian in appearance, the Fitbit Luxe is a classier fitness band that more closely resembles a high-end smartwatch. Get up to 5 days of battery on a full charge, which'll come in handy for the Luxe's 24/7 heart rate tracking. Available in Soft Gold / White (opens in new tab) and Black (opens in new tab).

Fitbit Sense activity tracker (Singapore Edition) | SG$418 SG$335 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save up to SG$83)

From what we can tell this is the cheapest price on the most advanced Fitbit smartwatch yet. You not only get top-notch fitness tracking, but there's a ton of health information available as well. You can keep tabs on stress levels and ECG functionality is available, too. Available in the White/Gold colour at this price.

Home and Office

Roborock S7 White Robotic Vacuum Cleaner | SG$1,299 SG$799 (opens in new tab) (save SG$500)

Kick your feet up and let a robot do your housework with the Roborock S7 White Robotic Vacuum Cleaner. This app-controlled sucker go both vacuum and mop (600g of mop pressure), with the ability to scrub floors at 3,000 times per minute.

Roborock S5 Max Robotic Vacuum Cleaner | SG$899 SG$529.90 (opens in new tab) (save SG$170)

If you're after an even more affordable robot vacuum, then consider the Roborock. It can also vacuum and mop, and boasts  290ml water tank. It also promises 180 minutes of vacuum time in Quiet Mode and 300g of mop pressure.

Tefal Air Force 360 Handstick Vacuum Cleaner | SG$599 SG$365 (opens in new tab) (save SG$234)

If you're after a good handstick vacuum that isn't ridiculously expensive, Tefal's Air Force 360 fits the bill. It offers 30 minutes of cleaning time on a single charge and provides 3 levels of filtration, allowing for clean air to be released. Comes with a motorised soft brush head and three additional attachments.

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday began as a promotion a little over 15 years ago in the US to support the then budding internet shopping phenomenon. It got tagged onto the end of the Black Friday sales to help new online retailers take a cut of the profits during that busy shopping period. And it clearly worked.

Cyber Monday is now an integral part of the Black Friday weekend, with plenty of deals on offer. This year Cyber Monday falls on November 29 – that's hot on the heels of Black Friday's November 26 date and making the last week of November the best time to pick up those Christmas gifts you've been eyeing. 

What to expect during Cyber Monday 2021

If you've done the maths, then you'll know that Cyber Monday 2021 is mere weeks away, so it's well worth getting that shopping list ready and doing a bit of research ahead of time. The good thing about Cyber Monday is that most of the offers that go live on Black Friday will still be available three days later, provided stocks don't disappear before then. This gives you time to think about what deal is worth spending your hard-earned money on.

As part of one of the biggest sales in Singapore, you'll see huge discounts on laptops, TVs, game consoles, appliances and pretty much everything else tech-related in between. And chances are very high that they'll all be priced at their lowest point through the whole calendar year.

While the offers don't quite change between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, some retailers do offer a whole new set of fresh deals to choose from, so it's always best to keep your eyes peeled for something you may need – Amazon SG in particular is known to bring on a whole bunch of new deals just for Cyber Monday.

The whole sale period usually ends at 11:59pm SGT on Cyber Monday, although another likely scenario could see retailers expanding this last day into a larger 'Cyber Week sale'. And we'll make sure we're here all the way till the end so you can find some of the best tech deals right here easily.

Where to shop during Cyber Monday 2021

As mentioned earlier, most Singaporean retailers will be offering deep discounts on Cyber Monday, flowing neatly on from Black Friday, but there could be some fresh new deals to take a look at.

Most of these deals are going to be available online from the likes of Amazon SG, Microsoft, Dell, Shopee, Lazada, Lenovo and so many more. We'll add a list of retailers offering Cyber Monday deals to this page, in case a specific store tickles your fancy. That list will be high up on the page, so it will be easy to find, but we'll also be listing every single top deal from all the best SG retailers right here. So be sure to bookmark this page and return on November 29 to see what's on offer then.

Cyber Monday deals: what to expect

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Cyber Monday 2021: deals we expect to see

  • Laptops – discounted MacBook Airs, Dell XPS 13, gaming laptops and more
  • TVs – cheap 4K TVs from LG, Sony, Samsung and more 
  • Tablets – potentially lowest prices yet on select iPads
  • Smartwatches – again, possible best prices yet on Apple Watch 6 and SE
  • Games consoles – No PS5 / Xbox Series X, but Nintendo Switch likely
  • Headphones – AirPods, Sony WH-1000XM4, Galaxy Buds, Bose, all on sale
  • Phones – iPhone 13 unlikely, but discounts on iPhone 12 and Galaxy S21
  • Cameras – Nikon, Sony, Canon, Fujifilm and more
  • Appliances – big sales on Dyson vacuums, air fryers, multi-cookers, Instant Pots
  • Smart home – cheap Amazon Alexa devices, Google Nest, Philips Hue and Nanoleaf

When does Cyber Monday end?

Cyber Monday is a single day and, in Singapore, it denotes the end of the biggest sale event of the calendar year. While most retailers kick off the Black Friday sale period earlier than the actual date, this sale usually ends at 11:59pm SGT on Cyber Monday.

A few stragglers are usually around for a day or two more, but discounts on most of the big-ticket items usually end as the clock ticks into the Tuesday following Cyber Monday.

Is Cyber Monday too late to get a good deal?

Traditionally speaking, no – Cyber Monday deals are often as good as those on Black Friday. That said, supply chain issues have really put the strain on a ton of categories over the last year, and that's everything from phones, to laptops, and even massage guns.

While it's still too early to say there won't definitively be any good deals on Cyber Monday this year, it could be a wise policy to get that Christmas shopping done sooner rather than later, especially on high-demand categories. Either way, we'll be dropping in any notable early deals into this article as we get closer to the date as well as any updates on the ongoing supply chain issues. 

How do I get the best Cyber Monday deals in 2021?

First thing's first, we'll be rounding up all the best Cyber Monday deals right here on this page, so if you want an easy-to-navigate index of expert recommendations, just simply bookmark this page and revisit.

Regardless of whether you'll be flying solo or not, however, we do still have some tips to help score the best possible Cyber Monday deals.

1. Check in early
As with the prior Black Friday deals (which happen the Friday before Cyber Monday), we always recommend checking in early to see what's on sale. While it's not always a case of the 'early bird gets the worm', there are sometimes flash sales on sites like Amazon SG which are available for a limited time and in limited quantities. Most of the best deals from Black Friday will spill over into the weekend too, so it's always worth keeping an eye on things on Saturday and Sunday.

2. Know what you're looking for
We'd definitely recommend drawing up some sort of basic shopping list or a list of requirements well before Cyber Monday lands. For example, if you're looking for gifts, then shortlist a number of options based on personal research. If you're looking for something like a 4K TV, set your budget, determine what size you need, and do a bit of reading in regards to brands and features. Similarly, with laptops you should think about what kind of specs and power you'll need and visit sites like Dell, Lenovo and Microsoft beforehand to gauge what they're likely to offer on the day.

3. Be prepared to buy alternatives
Following on from our second tip, we'd also recommend keeping an open mind in regards to what's exactly going to be on sale. You may have a crystal picture of the exact laptop you want to buy beforehand but find it's not as heavily reduced as another similar choice. In this case, it's often best to be brand-agnostic if you want to bag the best Cyber Monday deals.

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Stephen primarily covers phones and entertainment for TechRadar's Australian team, and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming in both print and online for over a decade. He's obsessed with smartphones, televisions, consoles and gaming PCs, and has a deep-seated desire to consume all forms of media at the highest quality possible. 

He's also likely to talk a person’s ear off at the mere mention of Android, cats, retro sneaker releases, travelling and physical media, such as vinyl and boutique Blu-ray releases. Right now, he's most excited about QD-OLED technology, The Batman and Hellblade 2: Senua's Saga.