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We’ve written a few times before about Singapore Airlines’ excellent monthly ‘Spontaneous Escapes’ promotions. Essentially, these are time limited promos that knock big chunks off the number of Miles required for a variety of Singapore Airlines award redemptions, which can lead to some fantastic Business Class (and Economy) bargains!
The current offer is for selected Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights booked by 28th February 2019. Choose from any of the flights listed here and travel between 1st-31st March 2019
This list is superb this time. As well as a range of good value redemptions within Asia, there are some incredible bargains from Europe:
Yep, that’s right – you can fly Singapore Airlines Business Class from Barcelona or Rome to Singapore for just 38,000 KrisFlyer Miles one way!
If you want to travel even further afield, you could book an onward flight to Australia or New Zealand at the following superb rates too:
Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland can all be booked in Business Class to/from Singapore for 28,000 (20,000 for Perth) KrisFlyer Miles one way.
If you stacked a Europe-Singapore redemption with a Singapore-AUS/NZ one, you could fly all the way in Biz Class for 58,000-66,000 Miles one way (and stopover to see Singapore too if you want!).
To find the discounted rates, just login to your your KrisFlyer account and search for award flights like normal. You’ll actually see the standard pricing to begin with when searching. The discount only shows up when you select a flight.
There are no ‘surcharges’ when redeeming KrisFlyer Miles on Singapore or SilkAir flights, so the taxes/fees are very reasonable.
How to get KrisFlyer Miles
By far the easiest and best value way to accumulate KrisFlyer Miles in the UK is to transfer over American Express Membership Rewards Points at 1:1 rate. Note that KrisFlyer Miles expire after 3 years regardless of account activity, so do bear that in mind when considering whether to start collecting them.