One Week Left to Book Premium Economy Awards on the Longest Flight in the World for Only 40,000 Singapore Airlines Miles!

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One Week Left to Book Premium Economy Awards on the Longest Flight in the World for Only 40,000 Singapore Airlines Miles!

Brett HolzhauerOne Week Left to Book Premium Economy Awards on the Longest Flight in the World for Only 40,000 Singapore Airlines Miles!Million Mile Secrets Team

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This month’s Singapore Airlines award sale doesn’t disappoint!  The discounted routes are very similar to the deals we saw last month and include the longest flight in the world (New York to Singapore)!  If you happen to be traveling outside of the US, there are also lots of deals to other Singapore Airlines destinations.

This sale lasts until October 31, 2018.  And you can book cheaper award flights for travel through November 30, 2018 (depending on the route).

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Book by:   October 31, 2018

Travel dates:   November 1 to November 30, 2018

Restrictions:   This promotion only applies to Saver Awards on select flights booked online.  No changes or cancellations are permitted.  Blackout dates apply.  No stopovers are allowed.

Routes discounted one-way to/from North America:

  • Singapore to Los Angeles or San Francisco (or vice versa) in Premium Economy for 38,000 miles (normally costs 65,000 miles)
  • Singapore to New York (or vice versa) in Premium Economy for 40,000 miles (normally 70,000 miles)

Singapore Airlines miles are easy to earn because they also transfer from lots of flexible points programs, like Chase Ultimate Rewards, American Express Membership Rewards, and Citi ThankYou!  Right now, my wife and I are spending every dollar we can on The Platinum Card® from American Express so we can transfer our AMEX Membership rewards points to Singapore Airlines.

You can see the rest of the award flights that are on sale here.

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