expired Flights to Japan Return from Perth $671, Melb $676, Syd $684, Bris $693 on Singapore Airlines @ IWTF

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Singapore Airlines are having a sale on flights to Tokyo, Japan. Travel in Oct - Nov/17 and Feb - Mar/18. Singapore Airlines is ranked #2 in the World Airline Rankings. All flights have a stopover in Singapore. Some stopovers are shorter than others, depending on the dates you choose.

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    can we request to stay longer (like 2 days layover) in singapore on iwtf?

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        I found that the layover/multicity search makes the price really expensive (probably not covered under this sale).

        But I found that if you use search with BYOJet and once the results come up, select 'Singapore airlines', and then 'More flights' at the bottom of the page, it will present you with a ton of different flight options, with some having a day or two stopover in Singapore for the same price as not having the longer stopover.

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    from SQ website

    Ticket sale period:
    Wed 19 Jul 2017 to Mon 14 Aug 2017

    Outbound travel period:
    Mon 09 Oct 2017 to Sun 26 Nov 2017
    Mon 29 Jan 2018 to Sun 11 Feb 2018
    Sat 24 Feb 2018 to Thu 15 Mar 2018

    Travel completion date:
    Fri 15 Jun 2018

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    Not a shabby airline. Good deal.
    Thanks.

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    Are we ever going to see a similar deal for Dec-Jan?

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    Osaka too?

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    How about business class

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    Don't forget to pick up a Japan SIM in Singapore: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/316426

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      Thanks!

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      you can just order the ones off ebay direct to your aus door. I used yokoso sim - it's now a different name on ebay, but worked perfectly when i arrived in japan. Uses the largest network there too, and you know you have it before you even head out to the airport here.

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        You can't get this delivered, no.

        It is a fair bit cheaper/ more useful though.

        I'm using Yokoso right now and I find them to be shaped to about <2Mb/s.

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          have you gone over youe 3/4 gb though? If so they shape and if so you still can use the internet for unlimited.

          that said, what exactly do you need 2 mb/s + for anyway? Assuming video calling or other aspects aren't a must do for your holiday all round, I don't see why most would need high speed internet? Reliable, constant yes, but for google mapping, internet, facebook, photos upload it will be more than enough - never noticed a hinderance IMHO. I know some must have high speed unlimited internet for streaming etc, but I can't help but wonder (though it's not my business) why they wouldn't immerse themselves in their surroundings if your going to go out on a holiday, rather than gluing to your phone (which you can do the rest of the year back where you live).

          How much for your singapore one though in comparison?

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          @SaberX:

          It's about $14 for 2.4GB of data over 30 days.

          The extra latency and lack of speed on the Yokoso SIM makes it harder to watch YouTube when waiting for transport or playing Pokemon Go.

          Haven't gone over the limit tho.

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    Dammit just booked with Thai 3 days ago. For $947 but school holidays.

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    Good deal, especially if you can travel south from Tokyo at the end March period for the cherry blossom season

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    Not sure if its part of the sale but its $784 to fly out of Canberra also.

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    Just booked 9/2 - 23/2 with Budgetair. Just be wary that when I went directly to the Budgetair website the price was a tiny bit cheaper. Around $10-30.

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      i'd rather book direct with the airlines tbh, in the odd case you get shafted by these resellers or your bookings stuffed.

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    By the way, you can combine this with another $30 off if you use the coupon SAVE30 if you book at BYOJET by 31 July.

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    Didn't go through this offer, but went into Student Flights (both of us are under 30) and we got flights on Singapore Airlines for 3-24 Feb for $750ish each. Absolutely stoked about the price!