Paris Return Flying Singapore Airlines: Perth $775, Melb $831, Bris $848, Syd $857 @ IWTF

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Another crazy flight deal via IWTF. Travel dates appear to be Feb-Mar next year, but search and you may find others. Payment is by debit card so a small fee may apply if choosing to pay by CC. Below are some sample dates & prices. Enjoy :)

$775 Return Perth to Paris

14/Feb 01/Mar $775
11/Feb 28/Feb $775
14/Feb 03/Mar $775
14/Feb 05/Mar $775
21/Jan 05/Feb $820

$831 Return Melbourne to Paris

14/Feb 03/Mar $831
11/Feb 03/Mar $831
14/Feb 28/Feb $832
11/Feb 28/Feb $832
11/Feb 27/Feb $871

$848 Return Brisbane to Paris

14/Feb 03/Mar $848
14/Feb 05/Mar $848
14/Feb 01/Mar $861
21/Jan 05/Feb $888
07/Feb 26/Feb $893

$857 Return Sydney to Paris

14/Feb 05/Mar $857
11/Feb 03/Mar $859
11/Feb 01/Mar $892
07/Feb 27/Feb $892
07/Feb 26/Feb $903

Comments

  • +3 votes

    Sacré bleu!

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    How's the economy class in this airline? Any inflight entertainment?

    • +19 votes

      One of the best.

    • +7 votes

      They are the best airline in my opinion and have the best airport by far.

    • +2 votes

      Depends. On my flight last month on the return Australia leg they only served 1 hot meal when all other airlines serve 2! It was only a very basic breakfast.

      The flight attendants didn't seem to be that proactive with regular drink offerings to make sure everybody stayed hydrated.

      Their new A350s recently introduced on some Australian routes should be a nice experience.

      Singapore Airlines is great for travelling with infants/children.

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        where did you fly to?

      • +4 votes

        That little button that calls the attendants: it’s the drinks button

        • +2 votes

          That reminds me of the outbound leg. A couple travelling together seated in front of me would press the button literally every 30-40 mins to order a rum and coke or something similar. You could see the attendant was a bit fed up but to her credit she was professional about it.

        • +3 votes

          @tranter: That was quite probably me! But if I reclined in your face then it wasn’t me.

        • +1 vote

          @tranter: Actually you just gave me an awesome weekend project idea: install an attendant button in my home. Paging drinks lady Mrs muncan…
          … ouch

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        yeah I don't like their "continental breakfast" when flying into Brisbane either. it's basically a muffin, bread roll, a few slices of fruit and coffee. I asked them why they don't serve a hot brekky and their reason was it's a short flight, only on flights > 8 hours do they do that. you should ask for seconds when they're serving dinner if you think you're gonna be hungry later. They also don't give out peanuts on red eye flights unless you request (reason was because people prefer to sleep).

        At the moment there is only one flight that is the A350, the rest is on the 777 to Brisbane, so pick the correct one!

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    Putain la vache!

    Anyone know if it's possible to get there one way cheaper than just buying a return ticket here?

    Edit: $365 one way not bad at all

    Edit: One way flights are no longer a thing, they have shot back up to 1k plus :/

  • +1 vote

    Singapore Airlines too from Melb. Bonza deal!

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    It's a shame the deals don't seem to be the other way around. Paris to Sydney as I want to bring the family out.

  • +1 vote

    Great price. Just be aware that it is of course pretty chilly around that time (5 to 10 degrees maybe).

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    Any chance we'll see these fares in late May/early June?

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      Very unlikely. Singapore Airlines have extra flights to Paris in (European) winter which they apparently need to fill, hence the promotions specific to Paris (they had a similar deal recently for flights in Oct-Nov).
      In May-June it's back to the daily flight.

  • +1 vote

    Avoid credit card fees by price beat at flightcentre. They don’t charge fees

    • +2 votes

      That used to be the case. Last time I did a price beat there was credit card fees. That was through their online portal. There is also the option of direct deposit without fees.

      • +2 votes

        That’s why you should visit the store.

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          Does it make a difference? I find it more convenient to do it over the phone and email. They usually send you a link to finalise the booking in their online portal.

    • +1 vote

      They do now. Just did price beat yesterday had to pay a fee

    • +2 votes

      Important to note that if you want to make changes you'll have to pay Flight Centre imposed fees in addition to the airline's own charges. Standard with any third party booking though.

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        This is especially important with refundable/partially refundable tickets. Flight Centre has a $300 third-party cancellation fee, which is even higher than online agents.

  • -1 vote

    mmm is this first class price?

  • +1 vote

    I really don't understand your website. Every time on these deals i try and navigate it and the flights are usually not there when i click through and also when i am moving dates, removing all the irrelevant airlines it does not keep the settings when change date and its just a total waste of time and effort.

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    Great price flying with one of the best airlines in the world!

  • +2 votes

    Too bad Paris is quite miserable that time of year. If you can tolerate the weather then awesome price!!!

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    IWTF shows the deal as expired.

    But I still found good prices for Singapore Air flights to Paris in February via IWTF:
    Per $821rt
    Mel $922rt
    Syd $893rt
    Bris $850rt
    Cairns $884rt

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