Singapore Airlines Business Class To/From Dusseldorf For 64,000 Miles – Plus More Deals In The New ‘Spontaneous Escapes’ List

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We regularly cover Singapore Airlines’ 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 bargains!

It’s very similar to other award discounts like Flying Blue Promo Awards and ‘Miles and More’ Mileage Bargains.

The current offer is for selected Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights booked by 30th November 2019. Choose from any of the flights listed here and travel between 1st-31st December 2019 (though watch out for ‘blackout dates’ on some routes).

What’s available?

This list is pretty good this time, particularly Business Class between Dusseldorf and SIngapore for 64,400 miles each way:

To find the discounted rates, just log into 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.

Example from a previous list

There are no ‘surcharges’ when redeeming KrisFlyer Miles on Singapore or SilkAir flights, so the taxes/fees are relatively reasonable.

As usual,  there’s a full range of good value redemption options within Asia on the Spontaneous Escapes list, including Business Class flights between Singapore and India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh for 27,300 miles one way.

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 a 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.


  1. Ben says

    Also HSBC points convert to SA points.

    Can one book a flight before they actually transfer the points to SA? If not, it is risky unless one uses this airline anyway.

    • Joe Deeney says

      I don’t think there’s an official policy re putting awards on hold actually, but there are certainly reports that some agents are willing to do so for 24 hours and potentially up to 3 days. Certainly no harm in ringing and explaining you need to wait for the points to be transferred.

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