Singapore Airlines: Beijing Return Perth $445, Melb $451, Adel $455, Bris $459, Sydney $462, Hobart $495 @ IWTF

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Singapore Airlines are having a sale on flights to Beijing, China. Travel in Oct - Nov/17. Singapore Airlines is ranked #3 in the World.

Click the links below to see all the flights. We have also provided some sample dates, click them and once the search has completed you can change the dates.

Perth to Beijing Flights $445 Return.
Dep. 24/Oct Ret. 09/Nov $445 View Flight
Dep. 10/Oct Ret. 26/Oct $446 View Flight
Dep. 17/Oct Ret. 02/Nov $446 View Flight
Dep. 31/Oct Ret. 16/Nov $446 View Flight
Dep. 07/Nov Ret. 23/Nov $446 View Flight
Dep. 14/Nov Ret. 30/Nov $446 View Flight
Dep. 21/Nov Ret. 07/Dec $446 View Flight

Melbourne to Beijing Flights $451 Return.
Dep. 10/Oct Ret. 26/Oct $451 View Flight
Dep. 17/Oct Ret. 02/Nov $451 View Flight
Dep. 24/Oct Ret. 09/Nov $451 View Flight
Dep. 31/Oct Ret. 16/Nov $451 View Flight
Dep. 07/Nov Ret. 23/Nov $451 View Flight
Dep. 14/Nov Ret. 30/Nov $451 View Flight
Dep. 21/Nov Ret. 07/Dec $451 View Flight

Adelaide to Beijing Flights $455 Return.
Dep. 24/Oct Ret. 09/Nov $455 View Flight
Dep. 31/Oct Ret. 16/Nov $455 View Flight
Dep. 07/Nov Ret. 23/Nov $455 View Flight
Dep. 21/Nov Ret. 07/Dec $455 View Flight
Dep. 17/Oct Ret. 02/Nov $490 View Flight
Dep. 10/Oct Ret. 26/Oct $521 View Flight
Dep. 14/Nov Ret. 30/Nov $593 View Flight

Brisbane to Beijing Flights $459 Return.
Dep. 10/Oct Ret. 26/Oct $459 View Flight
Dep. 17/Oct Ret. 02/Nov $459 View Flight
Dep. 24/Oct Ret. 09/Nov $459 View Flight
Dep. 31/Oct Ret. 16/Nov $459 View Flight
Dep. 07/Nov Ret. 23/Nov $459 View Flight
Dep. 14/Nov Ret. 30/Nov $459 View Flight
Dep. 21/Nov Ret. 07/Dec $459 View Flight

Sydney to Beijing Flights $462 Return.
Dep. 17/Oct Ret. 02/Nov $462 View Flight
Dep. 14/Nov Ret. 30/Nov $462 View Flight
Dep. 10/Oct Ret. 26/Oct $464 View Flight
Dep. 24/Oct Ret. 09/Nov $464 View Flight
Dep. 31/Oct Ret. 16/Nov $464 View Flight
Dep. 07/Nov Ret. 23/Nov $464 View Flight
Dep. 21/Nov Ret. 07/Dec $464 View Flight

Hobart to Beijing Flights $495 Return.
Dep. 07/Nov Ret. 23/Nov $495 View Flight
Dep. 14/Nov Ret. 30/Nov $495 View Flight
Dep. 10/Oct Ret. 26/Oct $499 View Flight
Dep. 24/Oct Ret. 09/Nov $508 View Flight
Dep. 31/Oct Ret. 16/Nov $508 View Flight
Dep. 17/Oct Ret. 02/Nov $508 View Flight
Dep. 21/Nov Ret. 07/Dec $519 View Flight

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Anywhere else in the region also on sale with SIA?

    • +1 vote

      Checked from SYD to Guangzhou or Shanghai, coming up with same prices.

    • +1 vote

      I just checked flights on the SQ website to Surabaya (indonesia) via Singapore and its about $250 cheaper than yesterday.
      So as a guess, I think SQ has a sale on to everywhere.

      Why doesnt the IWTF website just say that :)

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        WIsh it was a few days earlier. Looking at departing 29 September to anywhere in Asia.

        Surabaya isn't the most interesting city but do go visit the mud flow disaster. Very sad.

  • +1 vote

    Here i come China!

  • +8 votes

    Just got back from Beijing from the last Singapore Airlines special. Flew a A380 there and a A350 back.Had a great time in Beijing. Lots of things to do, people were friendly, and prices were very cheap. would highly recommend a visit.

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      What was the last deal? Virgin price error?

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      The food is really nice over there.

    • +1 vote

      how'd you find the a350 compared to the a380? looking at options now :D

      anywhere else you'd recommend outside of Beijing? i'm looking at flying into Guangzhou and catching the train to Beijing then flying out of there (same price as flying in/out of the same airport!)

  • +1 vote

    Great prices. Would be interested if there is other cities around the same price. Already have flights to PEK booked with SQ.

  • +1 vote

    I just wanna go to singapore. Does anyone know if it is possible to go on this deal but not proceed on the sin-beijing sector as mel-sin is $300 more than mel-sin-bj??

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      I assume you want to come home as well though? Once you break the sequence it's all over (http://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/global_footer/conditions-c... - see tickets section). Airlines possibly won't even let you leave Australia one-way if you can't fake the proper visa conditions of the destination on the return ticket.

      Looks like Scoot is the only direct option for the budget conscious.

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      not possible. Airlines do these all the time because demand and what people can/want to pay in different areas are different. For example, Cathay constantly has sales fair beiiing-Mel-Beijing with transit in Hong Kong. Guess what? Hong Kong- Melb - always more expensive. The other thing airlines love to do is beiiing- Melb -being often cheaper than Melb -beiiing- Melb. I personally think b-m-b, Cathay is often more reasonably priced. M-b-m, Qantas is way better. Qantas can also purchase cheap one way ticket. Cathay one way some times more expensive than return.

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      IMHO It is possible to just check in until SIN and not proceed to PEK, but make sure you tell the counter person. However, I am not too sure if it is possible on return journey.

  • +2 votes

    Flights to Shanghai appear to be same price!

  • +1 vote

    $600 MEL-CAN on SQ around Canton Fair dates is also great.

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      Just purchased MEL-CAN for $476 (OCT).. cant believe got 2 adults and 1 child for $1279 all up. I normally pay average price of $1200 for 1 person when not discounted to HK.

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    Option to stop over in Singapore ? cost ?

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      when you enter your booking you will be given options of transits up to 24 hours.
      then go to Singapore stopover section on SQ website to see the offers for hotels.

  •  

    Seems no deal from Mel to Wuhan?

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    From the SQ website

    Outbound travel period
    Thu 18 May 2017 to Wed 14 Jun 2017
    Sun 03 Sep 2017 to Wed 20 Sep 2017
    Tue 10 Oct 2017 to Sun 26 Nov 2017
    Sun 18 Feb 2018 to Thu 15 Mar 2018

    Sale ends 5 June 2017

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    LOWEST PRICE for SQ return from China in history! normally 7xx 8xx is already good price for SQ.

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    do tourist go to beijing?

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    Merged from Flights to Beijing and Shanghai return for $421 with Singapore Airlines

    The awesome Singapore Airlines sale on flights to Beijing and Shanghai finishes in 2 days. Travel in Oct - Nov/17 and Mar/18. Virgin Australia is a codeshare partner of Singapore Airlines, so some flights are shown as Virgin flights, but they are all on Singapore Airlines' planes.

    • +2 votes

      nice. $1600 for 4 (2 adults+2 children) to shanghai in march.

      booked with the virgin price error deal from last november and are going to beijing for $900 in september

      • +3 votes

        I just came back from China courtesy of those same VA error fare deals. China was absolutely amazing!!

        For anyone else, I would strongly suggest grab the Starhub SIM deal before you head over - I managed but had a pain dealing with SIM data only over there. Also get a couple of VPN apps installed on your devices before you get to China.

        Can't wait to go back again over the coming years, loved almost everything about the country.

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          You don't need VPN if you use Starhub SIM. You will get full unrestricted internet access :)

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            I don't doubt what you're saying, and intend to get a Starhub SIM for convenience and VFM, just unsure how any device connecting onto CN network infrastructure can be assured of same open access and level of privacy as having a VPN installed on the device itself.

            Also, by installing VPN onto the device you can use wifi networks to upload / download large data consuming files. Some hotels offer VPN but most that I stayed did not.

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            @xdreamyst: if you use Starhub SIM as Wifi Hotspot then any devices connect to it will use the same internet connection and will have unrestricted access.

            If you need to upload large file on Gmail/Facebook then you will have to use VPN using hotel Wifi. Or just temporarily use hotmail/yahoo mail in the mean time.

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          Oh the VA error fare - I happened to be in China at the time, so couldn't check Ozbargain as often as usual. I ended up missing the deal by probably 15 minutes… I remember when I proceeded to pay, the price was changed to full fare…

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      What's the best….
      Hong Kong or
      Beijing or
      Shanghai?

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        I booked fly in beijing, fly out shanghai. Same price.

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          i was looking at the same thing but in reverse, when i checked about a month ago Guangzhou was also an option as well.

      • +1 vote

        Hong Kong - busy, lots to see and do, expensive, crazy humid at times

        Beijing - crazy busy, mental traffic, lots to see and do, very historical, great food, not too expensive, friendly people

        Shanghai - very different to Beijing - almost European-like, not as busy, cooler, lots to see and do, more cosmopolitan. The Maglev train from Shanghai airport into the city is the fastest that most people will travel without going in an aircraft

        Great bullet train option between Beijing and Shanghai
        Shopping is better in HK compared to China
        Lots of rip-off merchants in China - beware and keep your wits about you

        Xian and Shenzen are worth a visit too

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      How can I get this deal with the price of $421? With the linking provided, I can only find $480 deal from Melbourne to China.

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        I got AUD499 only from Sydney.

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          Perth is the place of departure in Australia with the cheapest price as $475. But it is still much expensive than $421. I don't where the price in the title comes from. Maybe, the price listed is in the unit of USD.