This may be the lowest we’ve ever seen…
Just days ago, we wrote about airlines hiding their very best flight deals in plain sight, in their mobile apps. And then it happened. Singapore Air launched their most aggressive U.S. flight sale of the year, with $550 round trip flights to Tokyo in economy, exclusively available through the Singapore Air mobile app. But there was one deal a cut above the rest, that deserved its own mention. We’re talking about round trip premium economy, for the 14+ hour flight from San Francisco to Hong Kong, round trip, for $899.
Singapore Air launched a big, American style 4th of July Sale today, with exciting offers from all over the U.S. Those willing to download the Singapore Air mobile app on their phones will find not only a sale, but an additional $100 in savings on this amazing deal, bringing prices down to $899. That’s right – booking online or anywhere else would cost you $999, but if you download the app, it’s $899. That’s 28 hours in the air or more, round trip, with direct flights on the world’s best premium economy. Beat that!
Isn’t it fun to have something on the calendar to look forward to? These deals are only around for a couple more days, and are valid for travel from January 10th, 2019 thru May 31st, 2019. The deals expire July 9th, but we wouldn’t be too surprised if they were gone long before then. Long story short: don’t wait if a trip to Hong Kong in Premium Economy is exactly what you’ve been looking for. They even have Singapore Slings and Champagne in this premium economy!
Booking is easy, assuming you own a mobile device like a phone or tablet. Simply download the Singapore Air mobile app, tap the more button, and then “special offers”. Change the special offers city to San Francisco, if it’s not automatically set there, and magically $899 round trip premium economy deals you won’t find anywhere else will appear. It doesn’t get much better than that. And if you’re still on the fence, here’s a preview of Singapore Premium Economy. Hong Kong is always worth the trip…
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Featured image courtesy of Singapore Air.