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KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes June 2019 offers

30% less KrisFlyer miles on a range of SIA Business, Premium Economy and Economy Class redemptions for travel in June 2019, including Bali, Australia and New Zealand

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Singapore Airlines has released its monthly Spontaneous Escapes offer, and once again we are seeing a 30% discount on selected SIA and SilkAir flights for travel in June 2019.

A total of 38 destinations feature this month across the two airlines, slightly more than we saw for May 2019. As usual you’ll have to be travelling on a discounted route in an eligible cabin class, outside a blackout date, and book by 31st May 2019, to be eligible for the discounted rates.

Options this month include some first time appearances like Economy Class from Manchester to Houston for 24,150 miles and Business Class from Hong Kong to San Francisco for 62,300 miles.

Elsewhere the list features some longer routes in the newer Business Class seats at attractive rates, like Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Japan.


June 2019 offers

For the second month in a row there are no Premium Economy redemptions on the A350 ULR services to and from the USA, however the Seoul route appears again with a discount in this cabin, and the Manchester to Houston flight (one-way) is available in this class of travel.

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For Business Class offers, regular stalwarts like Hong Kong and Bangkok are missing this month, however some great deals are available to and from Australia and New Zealand in a mixture of mostly 2013 J and 2018 RJ cabins.

Other long routes like Dubai and Johannesburg are also on offer, and Bali is back – a welcome return for a popular route.

Selected northbound services to Japan are discounted in Business Class, and the biggest saving of all is valid for the last three weeks of June – Hong Kong to San Francisco for 62,300 miles on the 777-300ER (26,700 miles off the usual rate).