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Qantas Black FLYDay Sale: Economy fares from S$399; Business class fares from S$1,999

Qantas is holding its Black Friday sale – called Black FLYDay – across Southeast Asia with very attractive all-in fares starting from S$399.

Destinations include major cities in Australia and New Zealand, as well as London, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Sale begins Friday, 23 November 2018, at midnight and will run until 24 November 2018, 11.59pm, Singapore time.

To book, visit

Qantas Economy & Premium Economy sale fares (SGD)

From Singapore toEconomyPremium EconomyTravel Period
Perth39924 Dec 18 – 31 Dec 18
20 Feb 19 – 09 Apr 19
01 May 19 – 30 May 19
23 Jul 19 – 11 Sep 19
Adelaide, Brisbane569
Auckland, Christchurch,
Queenstown, Wellington
London99915 Jan 19 – 21 Mar 19
02 May 19 – 20 Jun 19
Los Angeles, San Francisco1,09914 Jan 19 – 28 Mar 19
01 May 19 – 26 May 19
14 Jul 19 – 01 Sep 19

So if you have not planned your holiday for 2019, now’s the best time to think about it especially if you are planning on visiting Australia, New Zealand or London. I personally find going to USA via Australia a little bit of a detour, and the fares aren’t that great either (you could get SIA premium economy sale fares at that level).

Exception business class sale fares

Qantas is also running a Business class sale right after the Black FLYDay sale, starting from 25 November 2018.

Qantas Business Suites – found on the A330 and B787

The fares look very incredible, so I’ll be very curious as to how much availability are they putting out.

Qantas Business Class sale fares (SGD)

From Singapore toBusiness
Travel Period
Perth5991,749Depart between
24 Dec 18 – 31 Dec 18

Return by
2 Feb 19
Adelaide2,89924 Dec 18 – 31 Dec 18
13 Feb 19 – 13 Jun 19
Auckland, Christchurch,
Queenstown, Wellington
London5,62915 Jan 19 – 21 Mar 19

The business class fares will be on sale between 25 November 2018 and 3 December 2018. All fares above are inclusive of all taxes, fees and carrier charges. To book, visit

Best time for oneworld mileage runs

Apparently there is no minimum stay required, so if you have nothing on between 24-31 December 2018, this might be the perfect time to do a mileage run.

Qantas Frequent Flier members will get 7,800 points and 120 status credits for each sector. A return flight will earn you 240 status credits, a third of the 700 status credits required to achieve Gold.

If you are a Cathay Pacific Marco Polo Club member, you will get 60 Club Points for each sector, which really isn’t that great given that you will need 600 points in a year to achieve Gold status.

British Airways gives out 140 tier points per sector, which is pretty generous, but the only problem with BA is that you will need to take BA flights on top of racking up the tier points too.

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