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Fewer points, more luxury – what’s not to like?

Cashing in your credit card points or airline miles for a “free” flight is a wonderful experience. There’s nothing better than travel and being able to go farther and wider thanks to your points is the absolute best way to do it. Singapore Air is out with their latest offer, reducing the amount of points you’ll need for flights in economy and business class – all around the world.

a city skyline with a body of waterAvailable Points

Singapore Air offers a great, easy to use loyalty program. You can earn Singapore KrisFlyer points from flights on virtually any Star Alliance airline and you can also instantly transfer Amex, Chase or Citi points into Singapore’s KrisFlyer program to take advantage of these limited time offers. Basically, whether you’re a frequent flyer or frequent credit card buyer, you can save points via this offer.

Worldwide Routes

Singapore is offering substantial discounts up to 30% off the usually required points for a given flight. Essentially, if a flight would usually cost 100,000 points round trip, it may require just 70,000 in this limited time offer. Economy flights within Southeast Asia start at just 5,200 points one way. Longer Asian flights such as Singapore to Seoul start at just 14,000 points one way or 30,000 in business class and Australian flights like Singapore to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane or vice versa are 40,600 points in business class each way. Between Europe and Singapore is a mere 59,000 points and flights to Southeast Asia or China in business class require just 12,500 points one way and up. The full list of available routes and flight numbers can be found here.

Available Dates

These deals must be booked by April 30th and are valid for travel in the month of May only. Are you looking for dates later in the year? We’ll keep you up to date each month as Singapore releases these monthly promotional offers. These offers launch on a monthly basis and cover travel for the following month only.

How To Book

Easy! These deals must be booked online and you can book directly on the Singapore website. Simply enter dates in May using one of the routes mentioned in the promotion list and look for the prices using points described in the promo. The discount will be instantly reflected, requiring no effort or promo codes whatosever. Find dates where these reduced mileage prices are available and book while you can. It’s that simple. But fair warning: competition for these offers is hot, so don’t hesitate to “land” something great.

Are you taking advantage of these great offers?

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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