expired Scoot: Basic Fares PER-SIN $99, OOL-SIN $129, SYD/MEL-SIN $139, PER-ATH $339, OOL-ATH $389, SYD/MEL-ATH $399 (One Way) + More

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If you’re wanting to head to Singapore, you can score a flight from Perth for as little as $99, from the Gold Coast for $129, and from Sydney or Melbourne for $139.

Routes on sale will also include Phuket (from $139), Maldives (from $229), Hong Kong (from $189), Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam (from $139) and Boracay in the Philippines (from $169).

And flights to Scoot’s first European destination - Athens - start from $339 from Perth, $389 from the Gold Coast and $399 from Sydney and Melbourne.

As for the fine print: The basic fares are for the flight only (meals and checked luggage cost extra) and are available for travel until March 24, 2018 (some blackout periods apply).

Travellers can enter the promo code FLYSCOOT for an extra $20 off selected FLYBAG fares (including checked luggage) or FLYBAGEAT fares (including meals and checked luggage).

The sale starts at noon (AEST) on Tuesday, July 25 at flyscoot.com and runs until 1.59am (AEST) on Monday, July 31, or until sold out.

Mod: The sale was originally advertised as starting at 25/7 noon, however it appears that is now 25/7 5pm. "Sale Period: Gold Coast/Sydney/Melbourne Time Time (GMT+10):1700hrs 25 Jul 2017 (Tue) – 0159hrs 31 Jul 2017 (Mon)" Deal will be stickied again at 5pm.

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  • +15 votes

    Luggage from Oz to SIN - AUD$40 each way (+$16 for Meal/drink/snack)
    Luggage from Oz to Athens - AUD$102 each way (+$66 for Meal/drink/snack)

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      OMG. What a joke

      • +5 votes

        Which brings it close to the sales fare of full service airlines

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          Be careful though. I flew from Guonzhou to Singapore to SYD as a cheap flight…. And they lost my luggage.

          Worst part was, I was afraid they were going to lose it in Singapore on my connection flight. So to make sure, I spoke to Scoot and got them to double-check and make sure. After affirming everything was in order, they still lied and neglected their duty.

          They managed to find my luggage and return it after a week, I was lucky that I removed the essentials from it and there were minor items that were destroyed.

    • +1 vote

      Price beat against JQ. They have cheaper baggage fees and other fees .

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    is this a Flyscoot deal or an Escape deal?

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    What are the chances of scoring cheap tickets for travel during Christmas/ early January period?

    • +3 votes

      Almost zero.

      Usually anything after 30 November - ~15 January is the peak season. Not too sure about other regions, but depending on when the lunar new year happens, the prices can remain pretty high until after the lunar new year.

    • +1 vote

      Keep looking man. If you can depart 2 weeks before Christmas, come back 1 week after. You still can find some not so outrageous prices, especially from airlines where Christmas is not big, mostly Asian countries. I just bought my return flights to New York for less than $1500 with Asiana Airlines. Not exactly a bargain, but not too bad I guess for the peak period, considering I once flew to Hawaii for this price with jetstar.

  • +6 votes

    It's amazing how you can fly internationally cheaper than certain domestic routes.

    • +4 votes

      It's bs imo. Stuck in the bush and it's over $600 to fly return to perth.

      • +1 vote

        Pretty sure on those bush routes you're paying the full value, as if flight prices had somewhat kept pace with inflation over the past few decades. On the international routes, there's so much competition, and so much premium product to cross subsidise economy travellers, that there are serious bargains to be had.

    • +3 votes

      Which has been one of the reasons I haven't holidayed in Australia for ages.

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    $10 payment fee for each flight and person. Basically $20 off is for the fees. Any way to avoid the fees?

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    Jetstar price beat from Melbourne.

    Both have the 787

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    What about going to Australia using Scoot?

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    Woo.. the new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner!! Might as well book a return flight OOL-SIN-OOL for the new plane experience + a few days tour.. Yeh why not?? haha

    • +1 vote

      Has been around for a few years now. Haven't been on one yet myself, but I've heard good things.

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        Don't know why but I always been feeling unwell during decent on new 787's
        Flew it 6 times actually and always feel uncomfortable. May be because of a little bit over alcohol I drink during the flight, but same I did on a330, 767, 777 planes.
        Just my personal experience by the way :)

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          That's pretty strange… Would it be because all your 6 787s flights were with budget airliners, whilst the a330/767/777 flights were full fares airliners?

    • +2 votes

      @paxa359 don't be overly excited as being a Lowcost carrier the whole Dreamliner experience gets spoiled by Scoot's service level.
      I flew PER-SIN a few months ago and other than a slightly bigger window than can be shaded with the touch of a button you don't seem to be flying in anything out of the ordinary Jetstar A319/A320.
      The seat feels like you're seating in a plank, the airplane looks like an advertisment billboard and the so-called 787 interior light advancements where something to be missed.
      I spent the whole flight thinking why in the world I preferred the $119 fare against the $215 sale fare from QF.

      • +1 vote

        Yeah…I've heard the Jetstar 787 likened a 'Tupperware Dreamliner'.

        No doubt it has the benefits of the lower pressure/atmosphere enhancements, but it's really not a very pleasant flight to make to Singapore.

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        Oooh…better reconsider then as it's not going to be a short flight from OOL~SIN.. haha . How long was your flight from PER to SIN?

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    Read some reviews on trip advisor and a common complaint was the $4 cost of a bottle of water. No free drinks of water. Understand you start to get dehydrated after a couple of hours flying so you will need to factor the extra cost of water into your long haul flights,

  • +3 votes

    Once you factor in luggage, and food and water and seat and other fees for a flight to Athens, Scoot can be actually MORE expensive than a full service carrier flight to Athens. and horrendous layover times in Singapore in the middle of the night. Yuck no thanks. But if travelling half way around the world with no luggage and no food and no water is your thing, then this may be appealing.

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    The return from SIN to SYD leaves at 1.45am and is always late.

    To avoid this one could book a 22hr flight SIN-SYD and have a night in KL with airasia. (On promo atm if you are lucky).

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      Price match with Jetstar which leaves at a more respectable time and you get a 24 hour allowance to do so (Booking times for domestic or NZ, for example, can only be within 1 hour of each other)

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    Jetstar got a better deal, 184 dollar from Perth to Singapore Return.

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    My previous experience with Scoot was that they are quite fierce in weighing your check-in and carry on luggage. You have to ensure that the weight and size is still within the limit. But overall service was very good, much better than Tiger. I had the worst ever service by Tiger. I heard and read about Jetstar's on time performance is the worst among other budget airlines, which I would reluctant to fly with them.

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      Unlucky! I've flown Sydney to Singapore with them four times and I've never had my carry-on weighed.

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    I was looking at the flights with ScootBiz to BKK and noticed that when trying to choose a meal, it only had the option to choose one on the SIN-BKK leg and not the MEL-SIN leg. Which is strange, that they don't let you choose a meal on the longer flight.

    They must have food on that MEL-SIN flight. Is it a condition of the fare that you can only choose one meal per one-way trip, or anyone know what is going on with that? I mean, I understand if you only get one meal per one-way flight, but to not even have the option for purchasing extra meals and just have a red X on the tab, is weird.

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    Sale is on. Nothing in Dec as expected. Forced leave. :(

  • +1 vote

    Getting no flights for SYD>SIN after mid March, so it looks like you can't book past then. Darn it!

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    Rubbish… no $99 flight from PER to Sin. in Aug, Sep, Oct.

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      There was some when the sales opened up. A few hours later they all seemed to jump $40.

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    Nice, thanks.

    I was going to go mid next year, but Phuket, I'll go earlier.

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    What browser are you guys using? I'm getting nothing at all………………..

  • +1 vote

    I can't see any specials.

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    can anyone find any flights from Melbourne to Singapore for $139?? I can't find anything…

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    No sale fares at all from what I can see? Giving this a neg if nothing in the next 10

  • +4 votes

    http://www.flyscoot.com/en/au-scootnow

    Sale page states the below

    Sale Period:
    Singapore/Perth Time (GMT+8):1500hrs 25 Jul 2017 (Tue) – 2359hrs 30 Jul 2017 (Sun)
    Gold Coast/Sydney/Melbourne Time Time (GMT+10):1700hrs 25 Jul 2017 (Tue) – 0159hrs 31 Jul 2017 (Mon)

    Travel Period: By 24 Mar 2018

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    I think it is not a noon time yet guys

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    Terrible Site, slow and buggy.

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    I couldn't bring up any flights at all let alone whatever is on sale…….

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    Can anyone confirm what time this sale starts in NSW?

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    I have attempt serveral time of booking between Sept 17 - Mar 18. Its only come out "Promotion not applied".

    Is anyone could tell when is the date it applicable for the promotion ?

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    Just checked, still nothing for Dec i.e. prices stay the same. Ah well was worth checking. Mandatory leave FTL.

    I do see some flights from Perth in Feb though: e.g. Depart 30th Jan $106 Return 06th Feb $99.

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    Get decent prices for flights there, but still full price for way back….

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    Waste of time…. could not see anything in the next 3 months..

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    No changes compared with before 5pm…

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    Promo code is definitely working. Just booked tickets to Singapore in Oct - saved roughly $200 compared to before sale prices.

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    Internal server error!

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    Now that the code is working, just booked tickets to Singapore for March. Saved $55 per person.

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    MEL > MLE $269
    MLE > MEL $430

    Why is the return flight so much more expensive?

    And once you add checked baggage and a meal you save ~$150 compared to a good full-service airline such as Singapore or Cathay, who also provide way more services to MLE per week.

    What a joke.

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      That's my view as well…… you're better of buying a full return with Singapore or Cathway via something like momondo or statravel.

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    mel - bkk 15 hours one stop sing, $179 + 20kg bag $68 - promo $58,
    If it was direct maybe, but 15 hours—

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    got my flight to maldives on melbourne cup week for $538 and paid $8 processing fee with my amex qantas discovery card.

    visa/master rack up to $40 in processing fees. wow

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    I feel like I'm missing something. It says promotion can't be applied to this travel date. I'm assuming September isn't applicable?

    I'm guessing second half of september is the blackout period… oh man.

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    Just booked to KL..

    25/10/2017 - OOL > KUL $167.80 (4h transit in SIN)

    02/11/2017 - KUL > OOL $100.02 (6h transit in SIN)

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