expired Perth to Singapore Return $433 Via Singapore Airlines (May, Aug, Sept, Oct)


I was cleaning up the expired deals on IWTF and found that Perth - Singapore Return via Singapore Airlines is on sale.

This is a full service airline so you receive bags & food. Next best deals are from Scoot but are a bit around $350 but you need to pay extra for bags and food ($56 each way) so around $450 total. It seems that this may be the cheapest Singapore Airlines Perth-Singapore flight seen on OzBargain. March: $445, March: $543, Feb: $457, Jan: $558. So price is trending down which is good for Perth travellers.

Some good dates for a weekend away if you take the late night flights out.

Dep. Tue 16/May/17Ret. Fri 19/May/17Economy $433
Dep. Thu 18/May/17Ret. Mon 22/May/17Economy $433
Dep. Fri 26/May/17Ret. Tue 30/May/17Economy $433
Dep. Fri 04/Aug/17Ret. Mon 07/Aug/17Economy $433
Dep. Wed 23/Aug/17Ret. Tue 29/Aug/17Economy $433
Dep. Mon 23/Oct/17Ret. Thu 26/Oct/17Economy $433
Dep. Mon 23/Oct/17Ret. Sat 28/Oct/17Economy $433
Dep. Tue 24/Oct/17Ret. Sun 29/Oct/17Economy $433
Dep. Tue 15/Aug/17Ret. Mon 21/Aug/17Economy $433
Dep. Thu 17/Aug/17Ret. Wed 23/Aug/17Economy $433
Dep. Thu 24/Aug/17Ret. Mon 28/Aug/17Economy $433
Dep. Thu 12/Oct/17Ret. Tue 17/Oct/17Economy $433
Dep. Tue 30/May/17Ret. Tue 06/Jun/17Economy $438
Dep. Fri 08/Sep/17Ret. Wed 13/Sep/17Economy $438

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    Any business class deals from Melbourne in June??

  • +7 votes

    Traveled on Singapore Airlines to Singapore last month… Geez those airlines need refurbishing. Ancient seats and IFE, was very disappointed for what is meant to be a premium airline.

    • +3 votes

      Someone downvoted you but you're right. I fly SQ most of the time to Asia and they have a few certain planes (from Melbourne anyway) that are old and definitely need updating. If you get one of the newer planes though, they're amazing and beat out almost any other airline.


      Yeah have to admit Singapore Airlines Canberra to Wellington it was pretty old as well. Old in flight system with limited chanels and broke before flight over.

      Furthermore, when our flight home from Wellington to Canberra was cancelled they gave us four blankets and gave us a piece of paper to arrange another flight with them. No accommodation, no food vouchers, to a family with a 5yr old and a 3yr old. In fact we were cared more for by Air New Zealand staff than Singapore Airlines.

      After advising earliest flight back was waiting for 4 days, we made other arrangements to get home. Then after the first nights delay, after booking alternate flights they came back saying they could get us the flight the next day.

      Best part is so far tickets are non refundable even though they couldn't provide a suitable flight, this is continued discussion with them, but I won't be flying with them again in a hurry.


        The SIN-CBR-WLG flights are operated by ageing 777-200ERs, some of which are getting on for 15 years old. They're being replaced by A350s, but I'm not sure how that route is doing and when it can expect the newer aircraft.


      Waiting to get home to Perth (currently sitting their Gold Lounge - thank to Virgin). Their A330 is ok flying over, the ife of the last few rows kept going to sleep (black screen) requiring restarting now and then. I gave up and went to sleep.


    Don't forget when you fly Singapore Airlines you receive a Changi Dollar Voucher (CDV) valued from S$20 to spend at the airport when you transit through Singapore.


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