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Singapore Krisflyer Sale: Get 30% Off On Select Award Flights!

Last updated: August 16,2022
Originally Published: August 16,2022
by Jestan Mendame

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The Singapore Krisflyer program is offering big discounts on award tickets with its “Spontaneous Escapes” promo. You can get up to 30% off on economy, premium economy, and business class seats on Singapore Airlines at select regions worldwide.

“Spontaneous Escapes” isn’t new and Krisflyer has been offering this on a regular basis before the pandemic hit the travel industry.

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Singapore Krisfkyer offers economy class flights from LAX to SIN for only 29,400 miles.
Singapore Krisfkyer offers economy class flights from LAX to SIN for only 29,400 miles (Image courtesy of Canva Pro).

Booking Singapore Airlines Award Flights

Booking these discounted award flights can only be done at Some of the destinations include flights to Southeast Asia, Europe, Canada, West Asia, Africa, and the USA.

But you better act fast because the booking period is only until August 31, 2022, with travel dates from September 1-30, 2022. Plus, seat availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.

You can see the full award chart here to check the specific destinations being offered. However, here are some of our top picks from the deals they offer. Take note that these are one-way prices only and taxes and fees are not included yet.


  • Los Angeles to Singapore (Economy Class) – 29,400 miles
  • San Francisco to Singapore (Economy Class) – 29,400 miles


  • Singapore to Frankfurt (Economy Class) – 29,300 miles
  • New York to Frankfurt (Premium Economy Class) – 36,400

West Asia & Africa

  • Singapore to Colombo (Business Class) – 30,100 miles

Southeast Asia

  • Singapore to Hanoi (Business Class) – 16,800
  • Singapore to Manila (Business Class) – 16,800

Just take note that there are restrictions per destination. Some would have black-out dates while some flights are only restricted to certain flight numbers. Plus, bookings cannot be canceled once you purchase them so we recommend you have a look at the restrictions first before you decide.

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How To Earn Singapore KrisFlyer Miles

Flying with Singapore Airlines isn’t the only way to earn Krisflyer miles. You can also earn miles through credit card issuers that are transfer partners with Krisflyer such as Capital One, Chase, and American Express.

Here are some cards that we recommend:

Chase (1:1 transfer ratio to Krisflyer)

American Express (2:1 transfer ratio to Krisflyer)

Capital One (1:1 transfer ratio to Krisflyer)

Marriot Bonvoy (3:1 transfer ration to Krisflyer)

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The blackout dates can be a bit annoying especially if you don’t have flexible travel dates but the deals are very promising. Take advantage of the award flights in the Europe and USA regions. You rarely see discounted flights like these on other airlines.

  • Earn 60,000 Bonus Points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
  • $50 Annual Ultimate Rewards hotel credit
  • 5x points on travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards
  • 3x points on dining, online grocery purchases, and select streaming services
  • 2x points on other travel purchases


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