Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes: June 2024

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Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes

Singapore Airlines is one of the best airlines in the world, and every month Singapore Airlines releases discounted award flights as part of their Singapore Spontaneous Escapes promotion.  It can be hit or miss, and sadly if you were hoping for another month of those 56,700 miles business class flights from JFK to Frankfurt, you’ll be disappointed. Most of the award routes are around Asia and quite a few blackout dates. Let’s take a look.

Note that you can’t change or cancel these tickets.

Full details are here

Details of Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes

  • Only certain flights are eligible
  • Must book by 06/30/24
    •  Redemption discount on selected destinations across the Singapore Airlines and SilkAir network
  • Travel between July 1st and July 31st
  • Blackout dates do apply
  • Can’t change or cancel your tickets
  • No partner flights

Note that this is the A350-900 business class

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The most attractive options.

There are flights from several different regions, but these are the ones that stuck out most to me.

North America

Nothing this time around

South East Asia

These are actually very attractive economy rates on short flights that could end up being expensive if you’re booking close to departure. 6k Singapore Miles is great!

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South Pacific

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Singapore is one of my favorite cities in the world

I’ve been a few times and would go back in a heartbeat. I’m not sure I can make it in the timespan for this deal since I have other trips planned, but these are fabulous rates.

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How can you earn Singapore Airlines Miles?

All of the major transferrable point currencies give you access to Singapore Airlines Krisflyer program. These currently include:

  • American Express
  • Chase
  • Citi
  • Capital One
  • Marriott

To see the cards that we recommend the most, and the current offers and benefits, we highly recommend you visit our Top Credit Card picks here – we update every month

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