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There’s been a lot of pop and fizzle in the early days of Black Friday offers this year, with more fizzle than pop.

Singapore Air is here to fix that, with some of the best offers of the year, including $999 premium economy from US gateways to most of Asia, and sub $2000 business class from the USA to Europe.

Economy in the $500’s, for a cabin which can easily rival some other airlines premium economy experiences, is not bad either.

Singapore Air Black Friday Deals

Singapore Air appears to be one of the few airlines that actually cares about making people smile this Black Friday. While other airlines pretend that we have no concept of what a good deal is, or was, Singapore is out with deals that would’ve been classed as bargains before the pandemic, and certainly are now.

From US gateways across the country, from New York to the West Coast, there are fantastic offers, even including premium economy round trip below $900. Fun fact: Singapore Air serves champagne in premium!

Here’s a breakdown of the best deals by cabin. All prices are round trip!

Nagoya castle and city skyline in Japan at sunset

Economy Deals

Premium Economy Deals

Business Class Deals

Singapore Air offers one of the world’s best experiences in all cabins, and particularly in economy and premium economy, where it’s a perennial top 3. Business class is also lovely, and if you happen to have the budget to stretch to first class, it’s otherworldly.

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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