50% Off Award Flights for Hopping Around Southeast Asia!

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Do you have travel plans to Asia this summer?  If so, you might be able to save miles during your trip!

Via One Mile at a Time, you can get 50% off award flights through Singapore Airlines’ regional airline, SilkAir!  But you must book through the Singapore Airlines website by July 11, 2017, and your travel dates must be between July 1 and October 31, 2017.

Singapore Airlines SilkAir 50 Off

Fly From Singapore to Thailand for 50% Fewer Miles!

I’ll give you the details about this deal.

50% Discount for SilkAir Flights

Link:   Singapore Airlines 50% Off SilkAir Awards

If you were one of the lucky folks that jumped on a super cheap Singapore Airlines flight a couple of months ago, here’s a cheap way to hop to another destination during your trip!

For a limited time, you’ll get 50% off award flights with Singapore Airlines’ regional airline, SilkAir.  SilkAir serves lots of destinations around Asia, and even a couple of destinations in Australia!

Here’s what you need to know about this promotion:

  • Registration is NOT required
  • Book through SingaporeAir.com by July 11, 2017
  • Travel between July 1 and October 31, 2017
  • Valid for coach and Business Class seats
  • Your travel must originate in Singapore
  • Valid for one-way and round-trip tickets

This isn’t a rebate, so you should see the discount before you reserve your award seat.  And remember, you will NOT pay fuel surcharges for award tickets through Singapore Airlines.

This is great for folks who have travel planned to Singapore this summer!  Just keep in mind that to get this discount, you must be flying from Singapore.

For example, during this promotion, you can fly from Singapore to:

  • Bali – 3,750 Singapore Airlines miles in coach
  • Cebu – 10,000 Singapore Airlines miles in Business Class
  • Maldives – 9,250 Singapore Airlines miles in coach
  • Phuket – 10,000 Singapore Airlines miles in Business Class
Singapore Airlines SilkAir 50 Off

Phuket Has Gorgeous Beaches and Incredible Hotels You Can Reserve for Free With Points

Want More Singapore Airlines Miles?

I like Singapore Airlines miles because they’re easy to earn.  They’re a transfer partner of all 4 major flexible points programs:

Transferring points to Singapore Airlines can take several days, though in my experience it usually takes ~1 day.

Bottom Line

You’ll get 50% off award flights on SilkAir when you book a flight originating in Singapore through Singapore Airlines!  You must book before July 11, 2017, for travel between July 1 and October 31, 2017.

This is a great deal for folks headed to Singapore this summer.  Let me know if you book a discounted SilkAir flight!

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One response to “50% Off Award Flights for Hopping Around Southeast Asia!

  1. 3,750 KrisFlyer miles from SIN to DPS (Bali) is a steal IMO. It’s a reasonably short flight, so coach is perfectly sufficient. And SQ has a fantastic hard product in coach. I flew that route and was very pleased with how nice coach was, how good the in-flight entertainment system was, food, service, etc.. I seem to recall the cash price would’ve been about $400-500, but I’m sure that’s changed by now. If you’re in the region during those dates, go for it. Bali is great!