The sale period though is a little confusing. Business and Premium Economy sale ends 23 July 2018, while Economy class fares are available through 13 July 2018.
For those who want to splurge a little, the business class fares seem rather reasonable. Fares begin from S$648 (two to go, Kuala Lumpur), and the most expensive being S$7,188 (New York JFK).
Return fares below:
|Destinations||Economy (S$)||Premium Economy (S$)||Business (S$)|
|Bangkok||248||228 (two to go)||–||1,068||918 (two to go)|
|Hong Kong||288||278 (two to go)||978||828 (two to go)||1,838||1,588 (two to go)|
|Tokyo-Narita||708||1,898||1,768 (two to go)||3,268||3,168 (two to go)|
|Sydney||678||658 (two to go)||1,808||1,608 (two to go)||4,208||3,808 (two to go)|
|London||1,198||1,058 (two to go)||3,068||2,698 (two to go)||6,108||5,698 (two to go)|
|Los Angeles||1,348||1,168 (two to go)||2,958||2,518 (two to go)||6,418||5,818 (two to go)|
|New York||1,478||1,428 (two to go)||3,308||1,988 (two to go)||7,188||6,188 (two to go)|
Note that all these fares must be purchase at least seven to 45 days in advance, depending on destination.
Singapore Airlines A330-300 regional business class[/caption]
One call out though: for those planning a trip to New York City later this year, two-to-go Premium Economy fares start at S$1,988. Good deal if you ask me. You will get 20,492 miles, plus if you charge that to DBS Altitude you will get 5,955 miles, for a total of 26,447. That’s enough miles for a return trip to Bangkok.
If you have got some money to burn to pamper yourself, I personally think that the Hong Kong deal is the best: two-to-go fares at S$1,588 per pax, and plus you get 3,970 miles on KrisFlyer for the trip. Charge that amount to your DBS Altitude card and you will get another 4,754 miles, for a total of 8,724 miles.
Not too shabby, if you have that kind of money. Book now at Singaporeair.com.