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KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes April 2019 offers

30% off a range of Business, Premium Economy and Economy Class redemptions for travel in April and May 2019

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Welcome to our analysis of the March 2019 edition of Singapore Airlines’ Spontaneous Escapes offer. This month it’s back down to earth with a bump, following February’s bumper offer of 50% off Economy Chlass and 45% to 61% off Business Class saver awards it’s back to the more typical 30% discount across the board.

For the first time, with the exception of A350ULR routes, some Premium Economy Class discounts are also available on some other Singapore Airlines routes, such as Tokyo, Seoul and London.

30% off selected saver redemptions

Last month Singapore Airlines celebrated the permanent launch of the monthly Spontaneous Escapes deal with a fantastic offer. It was for Business Class seats at Economy Class redemption rates (which meant 45% to 61% off depending on the redemption zone) or half price Economy redemption rates (which we don’t need to tell you meant 50% off the miles needed for those award tickets).

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This month it’s back down to earth with a little thud, the airline repeating the more regular offer of 30% off in these cabins for travel in the month of April.

Some destinations however have retained the ‘pay Economy, get Business’ offer, namely Singapore to Delhi and Mumbai where you can fly for 18,500 miles (the usual Economy saver rate) instead of 39,000 miles, a 53% discount.

That makes it cheaper to fly in Business Class with 53% discount (18,500 miles) than in Premium Economy (which is discounted by 30% and therefore costs 22,400 miles). Crazy.

Edit: Singapore Airlines made a typo in the original Spontaneous Escapes release. Delhi and Mumbai are in fact 27,300 miles each way, which makes more sense.

Premium Economy awards are also available for 30% off on a wider range of routes than usual.

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Some of the Business Class offers this month are valid for the popular 2013 J seat, including flights to and from Sydney. (Photo: MainlyMiles)

April offers – SIA newest Business products

Let’s start with the answer to the most popular question we are asked when this promotion comes around – “Which Singapore Airlines long-haul Business Class or new Regional Business Class seats are included this month?”

Lots of you want to try the new seats, so here’s how it looks for April 2019 in the latest premium SIA cabins:

Spontaneous Escapes – April 2019
SIA New Business Class products on offer
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2017 J

(full seat details)

39,000
27,300 Miles:

  • Singapore – Shanghai (SQ830)
  • Shanghai – Singapore (SQ833)
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2013 J

(full seat details)

62,000
43,400 Miles:

  • Singapore – Canberra (SQ288)
  • Canberra – Singapore (SQ288)
  • Singapore – Sydney (SQ288)
  • Sydney – Singapore (SQ288)

47,000
32,900 Miles:

  • Singapore – Haneda (SQ630)
  • Singapore – Seoul (SQ612)
  • Seoul – Singapore (SQ611)

39,000
27,300 Miles:

  • Singapore – Beijing (SQ800, SQ806)
  • Beijing – Singapore (SQ801, SQ805)
  • Singapore – Shanghai (SQ828, SQ832, SQ836)
  • Shanghai – Singapore (SQ825, SQ831, SQ835)

39,000
27,300 Miles:

  • Singapore – Mumbai (SQ422)
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2018 RJ

(full seat details)

21,500
15,050 Miles:

  • Singapore – Ho Chi Minh (SQ186)
  • Ho Chi Minh – Singapore (SQ185)

19,000
13,300 Miles:

  • Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (SQ116)

A 5.5 hour trip in the 2017 Business Class seat on the new A380 to and from Shanghai at 27,300 miles in April is a good value way to try out this new seat. Sadly that’s the only offer for this cabin in April.

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Click here to read our full review of SIA’s 2017 New A380 Business Class

For the 2013 Business Class there is a wider range of options, including Sydney and Canberra on the 777-300ER , the only Australia options this month.

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Click here to read our full review of SIA’s 2013 Business Class

Options for the 2018 Regional Business Class are limited to Ho Chi Minh (15,050 miles) and Kuala Lumpur (13,300 miles), which is a shame as there were starting to be more extensive offers on this product type lately.

Booking tip

Before we get into the full route list for this month’s offer, every month almost without fail we get asked the same question. “I searched the right route on the right date, but it still shows the full redemption amount!”

That’s because the Singapore Airlines website and app don’t make it obvious that the discounted miles rate is being applied – have faith! Click the ‘Saver’ rate and then check the drop-down box, where the discounted rate will then be shown, provided your flight is applicable for the discount. Here’s how it looks:

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You have to select your preferred flight first before the discounted redemption rate will appear, provided it’s eligible

Non-stop USA discounts: May 2019

An increasingly common monthly inclusion since the recommencement of non-stop flights between Singapore and the USA last year has been discounted Premium Economy Class redemptions on several of these routes.

That’s not too surprising, with the airline struggling hard to fill these seats on A350ULR flights at anywhere close to the rates it expected, let alone those needed just to break even.

Discounted awards for Business Class seats on the non-stop A350ULR are back this month, for travel in May 2019, but its not great news. Firstly only one route is included, Los Angeles. Secondly only Premium Economy is eligible, on only one flight number in each direction. This time it’s discounted by 30%, rather than available at Economy Class award rates like last month.

Discounts are for May 2019, but must still be booked by 31st March 2019 to be eligible.

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A350ULR – Premium Economy Class

Singapore to Los Angeles
Miles Flights Aircraft
68,000
47,600
SQ36 A350ULR
Blackout: 29 – 31 May 2019
Los Angeles to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
68,000
47,600
SQ35 A350ULR
Blackout: 29 – 31 May 2019

Flights in May on these routes are available full-fare for the following roundtrip cash prices:

  • Singapore – Newark: S$1,698
  • Singapore – Los Angeles: S$1,498
  • Singapore – San Francisco: S$1,768

That results in a value of between 2.0 cents and 1.9 cents per mile on these routes, even with 30% off the usual award rates.

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Premium Economy Class offers on Singapore Airlines’ A350ULR flights are once again included, but it isn’t worth parting with your miles on most of these flights due to the low cash fares on offer. (Photo: Singapore Airlines)

Singapore Airlines April 2019 Business Class discounts

Here is the full list of Singapore Airlines Business Class routes on offer for April 2019.

You’ll pay 30% off the usual saver redemption rates if you can book by the end of March and travel during April.

As always, we include those all-important Business Class seat types as well as the aircraft types, helping you choose better on your preferred route (or who knows, choose your route based on your preferred aircraft or seat type!).

If you’re unfamiliar, the following table shows each of SIA’s five Business Class seat types for your reference. The links are to our dedicated site pages with all the product details.

Singapore Airlines Business Class seat types
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2006 J 2009 RJ 2013 J 2017 J 2018 RJ

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Business Class

South East Asia

Singapore to Jakarta
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
19,000
13,300
SQ950 777-300 2009 RJ
Blackout: 17 – 19 April 2019
Jakarta to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
19,000
13,300
SQ951
SQ967
777-200
777-300
2006 J
2009 RJ
Blackout: 17 – 19 April 2019
Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
19,000
13,300
SQ116
SQ118
A350
A330
2018 RJ
2009 RJ
Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
19,000
13,300
SQ107 A330 2009 RJ
Singapore to Ho Chi Minh City
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
21,500
15,050
SQ184
SQ186
A330
787-10
2009 RJ
2018 RJ
Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
21,500
15,050
SQ183
SQ185
A330
787-10
2009 RJ
2018 RJ
Singapore to Hanoi
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
21,500
15,050
SQ188 A330 2009 RJ
Hanoi to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
21,500
15,050
SQ187 A330 2009 RJ
Singapore to Yangon
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
21,500
15,050
SQ998 A330 2009 RJ
Yangon to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
21,500
15,050
SQ997 A330 2009 RJ

North Asia

Singapore to Guangzhou
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
30,500
21,350
SQ850 A330 2009 RJ
Guangzhou to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
30,500
21,350
SQ851 A330 2009 RJ
Singapore to Beijing
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ800
SQ802
SQ806
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
2013 J
2006 J
2013 J
Blackout: 10 – 14 April 2019
Beijing to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ801
SQ805
SQ807
777-300ER
777-300ER
A380
2013 J
2013 J
2006 J
Blackout: 13 – 16 April 2019
Singapore to Shanghai
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ826
SQ828
SQ830
SQ832
SQ836
777-300
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
777-300ER
2009 RJ
2013 J
2017 J
2013 J
2013 J
Blackout: 10 – 14 April 2019
Shanghai to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ825
SQ827
SQ831
SQ833
SQ835
777-300ER
777-300
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
2013 J
2009 RJ
2013 J
2017 J
2013 J
Blackout: 13 – 16 April 2019
Singapore to Haneda
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
47,000
32,900
SQ630 777-300ER 2013 J
Singapore to Seoul
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
47,000
32,900
SQ612 777-300ER 2013 J
Seoul to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
47,000
32,900
SQ611 777-300ER 2013 J

South Asia

Singapore to Chennai
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ528 A330 2009 RJ
Singapore to Mumbai
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ422
SQ424
A350
A380
2013 J
2006 J
Blackout: 1,7,8,14,15,21,22,28,29 April 2019
Singapore to New Delhi
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
39,000
27,300
SQ402
SQ406
777-200
A380
2009 RJ
2006 J
Blackout: 1,7,8,14,15,21,22,28,29 April 2019

Southwest Pacific

Singapore to Canberra
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
62,000
43,400
SQ288 777-300ER 2013 J
Canberra to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
62,000
43,400
SQ288 777-300ER 2013 J
Singapore to Sydney
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
62,000
43,400
SQ288 777-300ER 2013 J
Sydney to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft Seats
62,000
43,400
SQ288 777-300ER 2013 J

Singapore Airlines April 2019 Premium Economy Class discounts

For the first time, Singapore Airlines is offering 30% off non-ULR routes in Premium Economy Class in April 2019.

Required miles are shown for a one-way redemption, with seat types on the flights also indicated (though these are all 2013 W, only the A350ULR has the 2018 W seats).

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 Premium Economy Class

Singapore to Haneda
Miles Flights Seats
34,500
24,150
SQ630 2013 W
Singapore to Seoul
Miles Flights Seats
34,500
24,150
SQ612 2013 W
Seoul to Singapore
Miles Flights Seats
34,500
24,150
SQ611 2013 W
Singapore to New Delhi
Miles Flights Seats
32,000
22,400
SQ402
SQ406
2013 W
Singapore to Mumbai
Miles Flights Seats
32,000
22,400
SQ422
SQ424
2013 W
Singapore to Dubai
Miles Flights Seats
37,000
25,900
SQ494 2013 W
Dubai to Singapore
Miles Flights Seats
37,000
25,900
SQ495 2013 W
Singapore to Johannesburg
Miles Flights Seats
37,000
25,900
SQ482 2013 W
Johannesburg to Singapore
Miles Flights Seats
37,000
25,900
SQ481 2013 W
London to Singapore
Miles Flights Seats
64,500
45,150
SQ305
SQ317
SQ319
SQ321
2013 W

Singapore Airlines April 2019 Economy Class discounts

Here are the Singapore Airlines Economy Class routes with 30% off in April 2019.

Required miles are shown for a one-way redemption, with aircraft types operating the flights also indicated.

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Economy Class

South East Asia

Singapore to Manila
Miles Flights Aircraft
12,500
8,750
SQ916 777-300
Manila to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
12,500
8,750
SQ921 777-300
Singapore to Ho Chi Minh City
Miles Flights Aircraft
12,500
8,750
SQ184
SQ186
A330
787-10
Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
12,500
8,750
SQ183 A330

North Asia

Singapore to Guangzhou
Miles Flights Aircraft
15,000
10,500
SQ850 A330
Guangzhou to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
15,000
10,500
SQ851 A330
Singapore to Beijing
Miles Flights Aircraft
20,000
14,000
SQ800
SQ802
SQ806
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
Blackout: 10 – 14 April, 18 – 20 April 2019
Beijing to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
20,000
14,000
SQ801
SQ805
SQ807
777-300ER
777-300ER
A380
Blackout: 13 – 16 April, 21 – 23 April 2019
Singapore to Shanghai
Miles Flights Aircraft
20,000
14,000
SQ826
SQ828
SQ830
SQ832
SQ836
777-300
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
777-300ER
Blackout: 10 – 14 April, 18 – 20 April 2019
Shanghai to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
20,000
14,000
SQ825
SQ827
SQ831
SQ833
SQ835
777-300ER
777-300
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
Blackout: 13 – 16 April, 21 – 23 April 2019
Singapore to Fukuoka
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ656 787-10
Blackout: 1 – 8 April 2019
Fukuoka to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ655 787-10
Blackout: 24 – 30 April 2019
Singapore to Haneda
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ630 777-300ER
Blackout: 1 – 13 April 2019
Haneda to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ639 777-300ER
Blackout: 16 – 30 April 2019
Singapore to Nagoya
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ672 787-10
Blackout: 1 – 4 April 2019
Nagoya to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ671 787-10
Blackout: 24 – 30 April 2019
Singapore to Osaka
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ618
SQ622
SQ620
787-10
787-10
787-10
Blackout: 1 – 14 April 2019

South Asia / Africa

Singapore to Ahmedabad
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ530 A330
Blackout: 28 – 29 April 2019
Singapore to Chennai
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ528 A330
Singapore to Dhaka
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ446
SQ448
A330
A330
Dhaka to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ449 A330
Singapore to Kolkata
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ516 A330
Kolkata to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ517 A330
Singapore to Malé
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ452 A330
Blackout: 27 – 30 April 2019
Singapore to New Delhi
Miles Flights Aircraft
18,500
12,950
SQ406 A380
Singapore to Johannesburg
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ482 A350
Johannesburg to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
25,000
17,500
SQ481 A350

Europe

London to Singapore
Miles Flights Aircraft
38,000
26,600
SQ305
SQ317
SQ319
SQ321
777-300ER
A380
777-300ER
A380
Blackout: 1 – 13 April 2019

SilkAir April 2019 Economy Class Discounts

Only Economy Class redemptions are included for SilkAir this month. Here is full list, with 30% off the usual redemption rate in April 2019.

Note that we don’t include aircraft type details for SilkAir flights, as these can vary day to day.

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Economy Class

South East Asia

Singapore to Bandung
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI192
MI196
Blackout: 17 – 19 April 2019
Bandung to Singapore
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI191
MI195
Blackout: 17 – 19 April 2019
Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI320
MI326
MI328
MI330
MI340
Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI319
MI321
MI323
MI325
MI341
Singapore to Lombok
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI124
MI128
Blackout: 17 – 19 April 2019
Lombok to Singapore
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI123
MI127
Blackout: 17 – 19 April 2019
Singapore to Penang
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI346
MI348
MI350
MI352
MI354
Penang to Singapore
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI345
MI347
MI349
MI351
MI353
Singapore to Surabaya
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI224
Surabaya to Singapore
Miles Flights
7,500
5,250
MI223
Singapore to Phnom Penh
Miles Flights
12,500
8,750
MI602
MI606
MI608
Blackout: 13 – 16 April 2019
Phnom Penh to Singapore
Miles Flights
12,500
8,750
MI601
MI605
MI607
Blackout: 13 – 16 April 2019
Singapore to Siem Reap
Miles Flights
12,500
8,750
MI614
MI616
Blackout: 13 – 16 April 2019
Siem Reap to Singapore
Miles Flights
12,500
8,750
MI613
Blackout: 13 – 16 April 2019
Singapore to Yangon
Miles Flights
12,500
8,750
MI518
MI520
Yangon to Singapore
Miles Flights
12,500
8,750
MI519
MI521

North Asia

Singapore to Changsha
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI952
MI956
Changsha to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI951
MI957
Singapore to Chengdu
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI936
MI938
Chengdu to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI935
MI937
Singapore to Chongqing
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI972
MI976
MI980
Chongqing to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI971
MI975
MI979
Singapore to Fuzhou
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI992
MI996
Fuzhou to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI991
MI995
Singapore to Kunming
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI912
MI916
MI918
Kunming to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI913
MI915
MI917
Singapore to Shenzhen
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI962
MI966
Shenzhen to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI961
MI965
Singapore to Wuhan
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI986
MI988
Wuhan to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI985
MI987
Singapore to Xiamen
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI922
Xiamen to Singapore
Miles Flights
15,000
10,500
MI921
Singapore to Hiroshima
Miles Flights
25,000
17,500
MI868
Blackout: 11 – 18 April 2019
Hiroshima to Singapore
Miles Flights
25,000
17,500
MI867
Blackout: 25 – 29 April 2019

South Asia

Singapore to Bengaluru
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI424
Bengaluru to Singapore
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI423
Singapore to Chennai
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI436
Chennai to Singapore
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI435
Singapore to Coimbatore
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI456
Singapore to Hyderabad
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI474
MI472
Singapore to Kolkata
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI488
Kolkata to Singapore
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI487
Singapore to Trivandrum
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI492
Singapore to Visakhapatnam
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI442
Singapore to Cairns
Miles Flights
20,000
14,000
MI811
Male to Singapore
Miles Flights
18,500
12,950
MI481
MI483

Terms and conditions

The full terms and conditions for the Spontaneous Escapes offer, including the full route list, is available on the dedicated landing page for the deal.

The key considerations for KrisFlyer members are:

  • Book by 31st March 2019.
  • Valid for flights from 1st – 30th April 2019 (most SIA and all SilkAir routes)
  • Valid for flights from 1st May 2019 – 31st May 2019 (SIA A350ULR routes to/from Los Angeles)
  • Valid for ‘Saver’ award tickets on selected routes.
  • Blackout dates apply on certain routes (e.g. Jakarta to Singapore blocked in Business Class from 17-19 April).
  • Once booked, these promotional redemption rates are non-changeable and non-cancellable. Use it or lose it!
  • All flights in the chosen itinerary must be included in the offer, otherwise the miles rate reverts to standard ‘Saver’ rates for the whole itinerary with no discount. We recommend booking one-way legs so you can still save, for example on one direction of a return trip.
  • Stopovers are not allowed (again, think one-way redemptions with this offer).
  • Waitlist Saver redemptions are included in the discount, however the waitlist must clear on or before 31st March otherwise the regular ‘Saver’ rate will apply.

Summary

It’s a case of ‘back to usual’ with Spontaneous Escapes this month, with a return to the more typical 30% discounts we have previously been used to seeing for this offer.

It was probably a bit too much to ask for Singapore Airlines to repeat the generous 50% off Economy Class and Business Class for Economy rates (45-61% off) for a second month running, but let’s hope for a recurrence of that kind of deal again sometime later in the year.

Meanwhile there are still good value redemptions to get your hands on here if you still have travel plans to make next month, or you want to nag your boss and clear some annual leave last minute!

Two routes, Singapore to Delhi and Mumbai, still advertise Economy rates for Business Class flights, an excellent deal for 18,500 miles but with many blackout dates. It even makes a Business redemption cheaper than Premium Economy on those routes!

Edit: This was a typo by Singapore Airlines in the initial Spontaneous Escapes release for this month, since corrected.

There’s also the introduction of several Premium Economy Class routes with 30% off, in addition to the A350ULR flights which had previously been the only ones to offer discounts in this cabin.

While it’s a shame to see Hong Kong dropped from the list in April, since it was a great way to try the 2017 J product on the new A380, you can still pick up this great cabin for 27,300 miles each way to and from Shanghai – good value for a 5.5 hour flight.

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The 2017 J seat is available for 27,300 miles to or from Shanghai in April. See our review of the seat. (Photo: MainlyMiles)

This is the now the sixth consecutive Spontaneous Escapes offer which has included Singapore Airlines Premium Economy on its A350 ultra long-haul flights to and from the USA for a discount. This time, for the second month running, it’s only on the Los Angeles route, with 30% off rather than Economy rates for travel in May.

Fares for cash tickets on these flights remain low, so using miles doesn’t necessarily make sense under this 30% off promotional rate.

As expected with April being peak holiday season due to Easter falling right in the middle of the month this year, Australia routes are extremely limited and there is nothing discounted on the Business Class side to or from Europe or New Zealand.

There are however some London flights in Economy (26,600 miles) and Premium Economy (45,150 miles, but only one the way back to Singapore).

As always our tables above will help you to pick the right flight on these routes to ensure you get the new cabin products in Business Class.

Remember if you’re unable to secure a return flight at the discounted rates, book two one-way tickets instead. You’ll pay the usual ‘Saver’ rate for the non-discounted sector but at least the whole itinerary will not be at the standard rate.

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(Photo: MainlyMiles)

Remember that while Spontaneous Escapes is a great discount, you must have pretty firm travel plans before taking advantage. You won’t be able to modify or cancel these bookings once made.

Will you be taking advantage of any Spontaneous Escapes discounts for flights in April? Let us know in the comments section below.

(Cover Photo: Jonathan Palombo)

5 comments

    1. Yes this was a typo by Singapore Airlines in the first release of the list yesterday. They have since corrected it and the article has been updated. Thanks.

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