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Monthly, Singapore Airlines releases discounted flights as part of their Singapore Spontaneous Escapes promotion. We’ve seen more extensive and better cabin promotions in the past, but there are couple deals worth noting. This time around the only one that REALLY pops out is SFO to SIN aboard the A350 for just 66.5k a piece in business class. This is a very solid deal; however, it wouldn’t surprise me to see Singapore continue to offer deals on the LAX/SFO/EWR routes as they seem to be undersold and consistently represented on these promotions month to month. There are a few other sweet spots within Asia that could afford you the opportunity to fly in the new biz cabins or at least in a very comfy cabin for 5+ hours for 21k to 27k points.
Details of the offer:
- Only certain flights are eligible
- Redeem online from now till 30 April 2019 to enjoy a 30% redemption discount on selected destinations across the Singapore Airlines and SilkAir network
- Travel from 1 to 31 May 2019 inclusive.
Here’s the SFO to SIN route
This route is operated by an A350-900 that is fit with the business class shown in the above featured image. Make sure you choose a bulkhead seat which offers the greatest amount of space.
North Asia is the other area that poses some interesting deals
Singapore is currently flying their new A380 with the updated Business and Suite cabins between Shanghai and Singapore. Keep an eye on 830 and 833 as the flights that will feature these new products.
Here’s a peek at the new biz that you could lock down for just 27,300 points
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