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Singapore Airlines is one of very few who get it right in every cabin, not just the pointy end. Economy seats feature amazing width, pitch and service, premium feels like business class on some airlines, business is exceptionally good and first is O-T-T, which stands for over the top. For a very limited time though, Singapore is offering prices you’d expect on budget carriers, and if premium economy or business class is your style, there are some exceptionally good offers there as well…

a bed in a planeSingapore Air Black Friday Offers

Most of the time, all the good deals to Asia are from the West Coast. The Singapore Air Black Friday weekend sale has great deals to Asia from both coasts, and if you’re after Europe – those are available from East Coast USA as well. Let’s break the best deals down by cabin…

Singapore Air Economy Round Trip Deals

Economy is legitimately solid on Singapore, and at these prices the value is excellent. It’s tough to beat Tokyo for under $500 round trip, and…

  • $499 New York to Frankfurt
  • $499 Los Angeles to Tokyo
  • $499 San Francisco to Hong Kong
  • $549 New York, LA or San Francisco to Bali
  • $549 New York, LA or San Francisco to Bangkok
  • $599 Houston to Manchester

Singapore Air Premium Economy Round Trip Deals

With champagne, book the cook service and one of the larger entertainment screens and seats you’ll find in any premium economy cabin, this is a great way to elevate travel without breaking the bank.

  • $899 Los Angeles to Singapore
  • $999 New York to Singapore
  • $999 Houston to Manchester
  • $999 San Francisco to Singapore
  • $999 San Francisco to Hong Kong
  • $1099 New York, LA or San Francisco to Bali

Singapore Air Business Class Round Trip Deals

Business class, which was already regarded amongst the best has received a makeover via a new seat, healthier dining options and all the kinda stuff – but all the fun things like Charles Heidsieck champagne remain. Under $3k from the USA, it’s a steal compared to standard pricing…

  • $1999 New York to Frankfurt
  • $2999 Los Angeles to Tokyo, Bali, Bangkok, Phuket, Singapore and more
  • $2999 New York to Singapore, Bali, Bangkok or Phuket
  • $2999 San Francisco to Hong Kong
  • $3499 Los Angeles to Male, Maldives

a group of people in a buildingThe Travel Dates And Fine Print

For almost every deal, the dates you can travel are from early January 2020 through late May 2020. There are a few exceptions where you can travel later in the year. The fares are really easy to find via the dedicated pages for each city, and with one click you can get the exact fare availability info.

Here’s a link to the New York, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle promo pages. Enjoy. Since you’re flying Singapore Air, there’s a very high chance you’ll be stopping through Singapore, so here’s a guide to having an amazing time there.

Are you booking any of these awesome deals?!

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. Looking for a getaway in March since I’m retired and like to take 2-3 international trips a year to see different places, along with numerous trips in the US. Have been to Hong Kong and like Asia but also don’t want to go somewhere (like Singapore or Bangkok) that is 85-90 degrees that time of year. Booked NY-Frankfurt Premium Economy for under $1000 since haven’t flown SIA and consider the flight experience for the price to be a huge part of the trip. Considered paying for business which is what I typically fly but when I read reviews of their PE product and saw pictures of the seats I gladly saved $1000 that I’ll spend somewhere else. As noted this is better, IMHO, that the “business” product on airlines like Icelandic Air and Norwegian (just to name a few) as substantially less. Best prices I’ve seen in years on a truly amazing carrier (as you stated in all classes of seats).

    1. I have been on Singapore Business about 4 times and Premium Economy my once the first month it was introduced as well as PE on Cathay Pacific and EVA. Now I only fly Business. My criteria is if the flight is more than 10 hours, or at night when I will sleep. They are not even close to being similar.

      The only way you can really justify flying PE is if you are on a day flight where you will stay awake the whole flight or the flight is less than 8-9 hours,

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