Get 30% Off Select Singapore Airlines Awards (USA – Singapore In Premium Economy From 47,600 Miles)

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Singapore Airlines is back with another round of its KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes in which it’s offering a 30% discount on Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class awards to “over 40 destinations”.

In this set of Spontaneous Escapes deals we’re seeing the usual discounts on flights between Singapore and various destinations in Asia but we’re also seeing a couple of good Business Class deals to Europe, a few nice deals to/from Australia and two good Premium Economy deals on routes to/from the United States.

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Headline Terms and Conditions

  • The promotion is only applicable for online redemption of Saver Awards in Economy, Premium Economy and Business Class on selected Singapore Airlines and SilkAir operated flights.
  • Eligible bookings can only be made through singaporeair.com.
  • This promotion is not available through KrisFlyer Membership Services, SIA Ticket Offices, travel agents or any other channels.
  • To qualify for the promotion, tickets must be issued between 16 and 30 September 2019 (GMT+8), all dates inclusive, for travel between 1 to 31 October 2019 (GMT+8) for all destinations except to/from Los Angeles, or between 1 to 30 November 2019 (GMT+8), all dates inclusive, for travel between Singapore and Los Angeles, all dates inclusive.
  • All travel must be completed by 31 October 2019 (GMT+8) or 1 to 30 November 2019 (GMT+8) for flights between Singapore and Los Angeles.
  • If any part of the itinerary falls outside the applicable travel period or contains an ineligible flight, the entire itinerary will not be eligible for the promotion.
  • Any waitlist redemption that is confirmed after 30 September 2019 (GMT+8) will not be entitled to the discount and will be charged at full mileage levels.
  • Any change is strictly not permitted for bookings made under this promotion. Cancellation is also not permitted for partially used or totally unused tickets.
  • This promotion cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion.
  • This promotion is applicable to one-way and round-trip travel.
  • No stopovers are allowed for this promotion.

Please see the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes page for the full terms and conditions.

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Singapore Airlines 777-300ER Business Class

Example Deals

Cost is for one-way travel excluding taxes and fees.

Business Class Deals

Southeast Asia Routes:

  • Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (on select flights) – 13,300 miles
  • Kuala Lumpur – Singapore (on select flights) – 13,300 miles
  • Singapore – Manila (on select flights) – 15,050 miles*
  • Manila – Singapore (on select flights) – 15,050 miles*
  • Singapore – Yangon (on select flights) – 15,050 miles
  • Yangon – Singapore (on select flights) – 15,050 miles

North Asia Routes:

  • Singapore – Fukuoka (on select flights) – 32,900 miles
  • Fukuoka – Singapore (on select flights) – 32,900 miles
  • Singapore – Tokyo (on select flights) – 32,900 miles
  • Tokyo – Singapore (on select flights) – 32,900 miles
  • Singapore – Seoul (on select flights) – 32,900 miles
  • Seoul – Singapore (on select flights) – 32,900 miles
  • Singapore – Beijing/Shanghai (on select flights) – 27,300 miles*
  • Beijing/Shanghai – Singapore (on select flights) – 27,300 miles*
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Singapore Airlines A380 (New) Business Class

South Asia Routes:

  • Singapore – Colombo/Kolkata/Dhaka (on select flights) – 27,300 miles
  • Colombo/Kolkata/Dhaka– Singapore (on select flights) – 27,300 miles

Australia/New Zealand Routes:

  • Adelaide – Singapore (on select flights) – 43,400 miles
  • Singapore – Brisbane (on select flights) – 43,400 miles*
  • Brisbane – Singapore (on select flights) – 43,400 miles

European Routes:

  • Singapore – Frankfurt (on select flights) – 64,400 miles
  • Singapore – Dusseldorf (on select flights) – 64,400 miles

*Blackout dates apply

Example Premium Economy Deals

North Asia Routes:

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  • Singapore – Beijing/Shanghai (on select flights) – 22,400 miles*
  • Beijing/Shanghai – Singapore (on select flights) – 22,400 miles*
  • Singapore – Seoul (on select flights) – 24,150 miles
  • Seoul – Singapore (on select flights) – 24,150 miles
  • Singapore – Tokyo (on select flights) – 24,150 miles
  • Tokyo – Singapore (on select flights) – 24,150 miles

European Routes East:

  • Singapore – Frankfurt (on select flights) – 45,150 miles
  • Dusseldorf – Singapore (on select flights) – 45,150 miles
  • Singapore – London (on select flights) – 45,150 miles
  • Singapore – Manchester (on select flights) – 45,150 miles*

Australia Route:

  • Brisbane – Singapore (on select flights) – 32,900 miles*

Europe Routes:

  • Singapore – Dusseldorf (on select flights) – 45,150 miles
  • Dusseldorf – Singapore (on select flights) – 45,150 miles
  • Singapore – Frankfurt (on select flights) – 45,150 miles

North America Route (1 – 31 October 2019):

  • Singapore – Houston (on select flights) – 51,500 miles*

North America Route (1 – 30 November 2019):

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  • Singapore – Los Angeles (on select flights) – 47,600 miles
  • Los Angeles – Singapore (on select flights) – 47,600 miles

*Blackout dates apply

Bottom Line

I’m growing to like these Spontaneous Escapes deals but I really wish that Singapore Airlines wouldn’t offer a discount in just one direction on select routes – people need to get home too!

While there aren’t any stellar deals this time around it’s worth noting that the Premium Economy deals on the US routes look to be good value (especially considering how upscale Singapore Airlines Premium Economy is) and the Business Class deals on the European and Australian routes represent good value too.

Don’t forget that you only have until the end of the month to book (I suggest booking sooner rather than later just in case inventory disappears) and don’t be caught out by the fact that the Premium Economy deal to/from Los Angeles is valid for a separate set of dates to all the other offers.

Let me know if you book any great deals.