expired Singapore Airlines: Copenhagen Return from Perth $893, Adelaide $923, Canberra $954, Melbourne $963, Sydney $981, Brisbane $992


Destination: Copenhagen

Airline: Singapore Airlines

Departure Dates: 15 October to 12 November 2018

Valid Till: On sale till 4 June 2018

Frequent Flyer:

KrisFlyer (Star Alliance) or Velocity Frequent Flyer.

This fare books itself in “K” class and earns 50% of mileage flown.

Promo Code

Just search for the flights as normal on IWTF to find the cheapest dates. Select Aunt Betty as the supplier (if available) and enter the promo code on their payment page to get $50 off. Thanks to qantas21 for this

For more cheap deals (including flights from NZ) visit www.flightfinderau.com and feel free to drop me a line if you looking for cheap flights or just need advice.

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    K fares earn 50% miles on KrisFlyer since this year, not 10%.


    Whats the Promo Code?

  • -1 vote

    "Select Aunt Betty as the supplier (if available) and enter the promo code on their payment page to get $50 off."

    This line is incorrect and needs to be updated to "Open a new browser on auntbetty.com.au." If you "Select" auntbetty through IWTF, the price will be inflated.

    In this instance, IWTF charge a $4 premium to select auntbetty as the supplier instead of opening a new tab with auntbetty.com.au.

    Also, the deal needs to be updated to reflect the promo code which gives $80 not $50 off the booking. The code is MUMSDAY80.

    • +1 vote

      thanks for the $80 code. That a big saving (10 percent off).

      the premium is actually $1-2 not $4. Skyscanner is the same. If $1-2 is a big deal, maybe you shouldn't be travelling?

      • -1 vote

        The premium IS actually $4. Would you care for screenshots? I can easily provide. It’s pretty simple, open a new browser with AuntBetty and don’t book through the inflated IWTF link. Ozbargain is about the cheapest deal available, not paying ANY premium no matter the deal.

  • +1 vote

    A quick google search shows October is not the best time to visit Denmark as the days are shorter and most attractions have reduced opening hours.

    • +1 vote

      I agree with that. The dates were better for the Qatar special but a little bit more expensive. I've come to the conclusion that a cheaper air fare is not worth dealing with crap weather.


      Thanks for the tip, never crossed my mind

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