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Veteran Carousell Singapore Seller Spills the Beans (Cheap Goods)

I am a Carousell seller ever since Carousell Singapore began and had quit after reading the original article: Carousell Online isn’t for everyone, maybe even you? But that’s not the main point of my sharing today. After earning a substantial amount of pocket money from Carousell Singapore all these years, I would like to give back to the community and give away the game altogether. From this article, I will tell you the top 3 online sources I used to get a broad range of goods (No Ed Sheeran tickets though) at their lowest costs possible, in which you can use to save a lot more than buying on Carousell or even open a mini-shop yourself there. Let’s begin.

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Carousell Singapore Source #1: Ezbuy

I am not here to tell you how awesome Ezbuy is and why you should try this and that. I will leave that to the Instagram influencers. If you’ve done your research before reading this comprehensive guide, you should have already known that Ezbuy is the #34 most visited website in Singapore.

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Range of Goods: Anything China from Furniture to Snorlax Toys and Figurines

If you are just looking to buy cheap stuff for yourself, make sure you always wait for promotions such as 1-time Prime Vouchers and Free Shipping and Agent Fee Days. Never buy from Ezbuy on any other day since agent and shipping fees can be costly when checking out. Personally, I tend to stock up a lot on Black Fridays, Taobao 11.11 and 12.12. On the other hand, if you are the type who simply can’t wait or is sure to frequently buy from them, go for their monthly subscription premium membership. The amount of potential savings will outweigh the S$9.90 per month, or S$89 per year if you wait for their annual membership promotional offers.

Another tip is to save is to log in and collect your daily bonus under the eCoins section of the app. eCoins is used as a special currency for lucky draws and redeeming vouchers. I have saved up a few thousand of these myself in the case of a big event.

Lastly, only buy goods that are labelled “Prime”. It is quite self-explanatory why you do that, but tonnes of people commit the crime of purchasing buy-for-me/ezbuy tagged goods only to be shocked at the additional miscellaneous costs. For more tips to save, I am sure you can Google it up as there are tonnes of influencers promoting Ezbuy nowadays.

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