Fare Deal: Roundtrip between Singapore and Seattle

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Last week I posted about Singapore Airlines nonstop flight between Seattle and Singapore that is due to launch on September 3, 2019. This flight will mark the fourth nonstop flight between the United States and Singapore for the airline. The others are Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Newark. Singapore has announced special fares for the new route.

Singapore Airlines

The fares range from $590 USD in Economy to $3,000 USD in Business. The biggest thing to remember about these fares is that they have to be booked by 11:59pm, Seattle time, on November 30, 2018.


The fare rules follow:

Singapore Airlines

Valid Flights
Availability of this fare deal is based on flight departure times.
Valid outbound flights: SQ 27
Valid inbound flights: SQ 28

You may  Earn KrisFlyer miles
You may not Upgrade with KrisFlyer miles

Travel period
Outbound travel period: Tue 03 Sep 2019 to Sat 30 Nov 2019
Inbound travel period: No restrictions
Travel completion date: Sat 30 Nov 2019

Itinerary change
Rebooking is permitted with fee $200, plus fare difference between the fare paid and the higher fare of new itinerary.

Cancellation / Refund
No refunds except for some government and airport taxes.

Other conditions
Fare is ALL-IN and include all taxes, fees. Fares are subject to availability and may not be available on all departure dates. Travel completion date should not exceed maximum stay of one month.

Special conditions
This fare is available through Nov 30, 2018 at 23:59 Seattle time. The “ticket sale period end date” indicated as Dec 01, 2018 is the corresponding date in Singapore time zone.

Final Word
I find that Singapore Airlines does a great job of promoting their expansive route network. This promotion is another example. I am already thinking about flying on the A350 between Seattle and Singapore.

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