Posted by William Charles on January 15, 2020
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Published on January 15th, 2020 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes: Singapore To San Francisco For 46,550 Miles In Business (51% Off)

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The Offer

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  • Singapore Airlines is offering a discount on a number of flights:
    • Singapore to San Francisco for 18,620 miles in economy
    • Singapore to San Francisco for 46,550 miles in business class
    • Hong Kong to San Francisco for 43,610 miles in business class

The Fine Print

  • Must book by January 31st, 2020
  • Must travel between February 1st and February 29th, 2020

Our Verdict

Singapore flights in business look like an attractive option.

 



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Sang Kancil Guru

That it costs nearly 100k in SQ miles for one-way J from SIN-SFO is bloody criminal.

SaigonSteve
SaigonSteve

Im on the website but I can’t seem to find these discounted rates anywhere. Has this started yet?

CF Panda
CF Panda

You need to actually select the flight and the price will reflect correctly if it’s eligible for the promo. Ran into this confusion myself thinking there was nothing.

CF Panda
CF Panda

Just thought I’d share that space has fluctuated over the past day as I was able to grab the SIN-SFO in J for 46,550 several hours after it not being available earlier yesterday. and a separate NRT-SIN for 23,030 in J as well. About as slick as these point deals ever seem to get. Further reference, Chase took about 5 hours from points transfer to appear in Krisflyer account and Citi took about 10 hours. YMMV but hopefully sheds insight on those looking to take the plunge and move points over (36 months to use from time of transfer i believe before mile expiration)

SF-Travel
SF-Travel

I just booked SFO – HKG in mid February. @ 43K points it makes sense

Benny
Benny

Be careful, the 24hrs free cancellation policy doesnt apply. No change and no refund

Benny
Benny

Got cancelled after 3rd call for ‘one time exception’. They are messing up with DOT guideline I guess.

veeRob

I don’t believe DOT guideline would apply to a non-American carrier. A Singapore revenue flight booked on an American OTA like Orbitz usually has the 24 hour cancellation policy, but directly with the airline does not. For future reference.

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