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Hot deal alert! To the dismay of our neighbors to the north, the Canadian dollar isn’t quite having it’s best year, and that’s creating some serious flight deal potential for anyone willing to use miles or a cheap ticket to pick up a flight. If the idea of a vacation in the heaven that is Singapore, with a flight that goes for less than $400 sounds ideal, we’ve got the ideal deal…

The Super Cheap Economy Deals To Singapore…

United and ANA are offering absolutely fantastic fares to Singapore, one of the most fun countries to visit, which also happens to be the home of the iconic Singapore Sling. If you’re in, or willing to start from Vancouver, Montreal or Toronto, you can score unheard of deals on excellent carriers, with meals, bags and seat assignments included. With all deals this good, we recommend using miles or a cheap ticket to venture to Canada, adding a little side vacation in, since the savings will still be greater than departing from most cities.

The Dates You Can Jet Off To Asia For Less Than $400…

These deals are available for Vancouver from October 2017 to March 2018, with other cities mainly offering January 2018- April 2018. It’s worth checking other dates and things are subject to change. Sadly these are excluding winter holidays and New Year. Darn! If you have travel plans to visit Singapore or Southeast Asia anywhere in that time period, this is definitely as cheap as you’ll find.

How To Book These Incredible Deals…

The easiest way to search these stellar offers is on Google Flights, but don’t book there. In the departure field, simply enter YVR for Vancouver, YYZ for Toronto, YUL for Montreal or YYC for Calgary, and SIN for Singapore as your destination, in the date range mentioned to find the lowest fares available. You’ll find the very best prices out of Vancouver, with similarly great options out of Montreal or Toronto. Google Flights will give you links to book, but go to Momondo, which will shave a few bucks off the price. You can also check out CheapOAir, Expedia, Travelocity or SkyScanner to see if they have even lower deals…