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You can book this month’s Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes promo awards for travel from Feb. 1-29, 2020. This promotion ends January 31st. We normally see discounts of up to 30% off Singapore Airlines awards, but this month, in celebration of the KrisFlyer program’s 21st birthday, you can book with an extra 21% off (up to 51% off in total). The discounts apply to specific routes, we’ve highlight the flights to/from the U.S. below.
What makes this deal so useful is that Singapore Airlines miles are some of the easiest credit card miles to accumulate, because they are a transfer partner with Chase Ultimate Rewards, Amex Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou points, Capital One and Marriott Bonvoy. So you shouldn’t have any problem getting the miles you need.
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Singapore Airlines promotions
What is the Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes promotion
Every month Singapore Airlines discounts specific Singapore Airlines and Silk Air award flights and cabins of service. Singapore offer dozens of discounted routes each month, but most of these deals are for flights that aren’t to/from North America. Singapore Airlines does serve six U.S. cities and we often see flights to/from San Francisco, L.A. or New York on sale, this month there are discounts to/from Houston, San Francisco and New York. Each month’s promotion will have specific travel dates the discount is valid for, usually it is for travel during the following month. So for this month’s deal you need to book in January, you’ll have an itinerary that finishes by the end of February 2020.
Each month there are business-class and premium economy awards on sale, but typically these deals are less abundant than economy awards. One thing to know when you’re perusing the sale page is that sometimes the discount will only apply to one direction of travel. So as an example, you might see a discount award from Singapore to Frankfurt, but the return to Singapore might be at the regular price.
You must book these awards online through the Singapore Airlines website to get the special pricing. These flights cannot be changed and cannot include stopovers. You will pay taxes and fees on these award tickets but they shouldn’t be outrageous.
You can see all of this month’s deals here.
Singapore Airlines award discount – January 2020
Here are some highlights of this round of Spontaneous Escapes:
- New York-JFK to/from Frankfurt
- Economy – 11,025 miles one-way
- Premium economy – 33,320 one-way
- San Francisco to/from Hong Kong
- Economy – 16,170 miles one-way
- Business class – 43,610 miles one-way
- Singapore to/from Dusseldorf
- Business class – 45,080 miles one-way
- Houston to/from Manchester
- Economy – 11,025 miles one-way
- Premium economy – 23,030 miles one-way
- San Francisco to/from Singapore
- Economy – 18,620 miles one-way
- Business class – 46,550 miles one-way
- Houston to/from Singapore
- Premium economy – 35,770 one-way
How to Earn Singapore Airlines miles
If you don’t have transferable points, you can easily earn the points you need for next time, since Singapore has this sale every month, with cards like these:
- Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card – 80,000 Ultimate Rewards points bonus after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first three months from account opening
- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card – 60,000 Ultimate Rewards bonus points after spending $4,000 on purchases in the first three months from account opening
- Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card – 50,000 bonus miles after spending $3,000 on purchases within the first three months from account opening
- The Platinum Card® from American Express – 60,000 Membership Rewards points after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first three months. Terms apply. Annual fee $550 (See rates and fees).
For rates and fees of the Platinum card from Amex, please click here
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