Changi SGD$20 Dollar Voucher - Now Extended to Jetstar Transit Flights

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Enjoy every day low fares when you fly with us, and your transit experience in Singapore is now even more rewarding! We are pleased to partner with Changi Airport Group for a Transit Reward programme. Eligible customers will receive a S$20 Changi Recommends Voucher to spend on shopping, dining and lounges - valid for bookings made from 8 June 2018 until 28 February 2019.

Plenty of specific conditions, so check the Ts&Cs carefully.

Note: Similar offer on SQ, MI and NZ flights also available until 30 September

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Comments

  • +5 votes

    Can I buy a photo with Kim Jong? How long will he be there?

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    Thanks OP, useful for me.

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    Does the gift card work if you have an open jaw flight?

    Ie.
    Depart: Melbourne - Singapore - London,
    Return: Rome - Singapore - Melbourne

  • +2 votes

    Forget about it if you are in transit and have less than 2 hours of wait between two flights. There's always a long queue to get the voucher. Airport staff takes on average 3-5 minutes to issue a voucher for one customer. On two occasions last month, there were more than 50 people lined up to get this voucher. You may get lucky if you arrive/depart on non busy time.

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      on top of that you also need to have at least 1hr in advance from "boarding time" if u want to purchase duty free in liquid (alcohol or cosmetic) when flying back to Aus

    • +3 votes

      I’ve never waited more then 5 minutes to get mine. From memory there is 2 counters and 1 is always quieter than the other. I’m going off memory but I think I’m section c is the quieter one.

  • +1 vote

    We just transited through Changi on the way back from Japan, luckily no line. You weren't able to use the voucher on dining, but with two of them between us we ended up buying a bottle of Midori to take home with us. Great offer if you get the chance to take it up.

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    We just returned from a trip and the queue was about 15 minutes for us. We had about a 3 hour transit time so had plenty of time to kill. We spent them on toys for our kids.

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    We have a one way flight coming up from SYD to Chiang Mai, transiting thru Changi with Singapore Airlines, is there any point lining up and trying to "sweet talk" our way into getting a voucher? Or is definitely only for Return flights? Anyone had any experience? Thanks.

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      No Point in talking,they will scan your boarding pass and confirm before issuing the voucher.
      For the record - I was denied the voucher last month because first journey was in march and they could only issue if it was from 1st of April.No Idea why….maybe they consider April to April as Calender year.

  • -2 votes

    Can I get this if I'm flying with Air Asia? Or must it be with Jetstar?

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    I was there yesterday. Got 3 vouchers in about 5 mins - very little wait time. We only had 1 hour between flights, but still managed to use it at TWG Tea. You cannot 'sweet talk' your way into a voucher - they abide by their rules strictly (TIS man - this is Singapore).

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    $20 SGD is more than enough to spend a day enjoying Singaporean food/culture.

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    Perfect ! I have a stop-over of 10 hours in 2 months there.

    Any recommandation of stuff to do ?

    Is it easy to travel between terminals ?

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      Very easy.

      Go out and find as much hawker food as you can and eat until your pants don't fit.

      Also take a walk around the city to work off the food.

    • +1 vote

      If not late at night, go into the city for the day, or at the very least do a free city tour.
      If late at night, try sampling the top shelf spirits at the duty free, kip on the lounges, maybe exit and use the giant slippery dip (one free ride for every $10 spent in the airport). The transit hotels are reasonable value for 6 hours sleep.
      Transport between terminals is very easy with automated trains both airside and landside.

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        Actually forgot to mention that I have already been in Singapore 2 years ago and already visited the city.

        So probably planning to just stay at the airport and use all facilities from there.

        Also maybe wanna go to a lounge to have some rest time before the next flight to Paris.

  • +1 vote

    FYI these Jetstar vouchers are only able to be used at a handful of shops in T1. The SQ/MI/NZ vouchers can be used at almost all shops, in all of the terminals.

    Jetstar vouchers can only be used at

    2 food outlets (Dunkin Donuts and Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao)
    6 Shops (Salvatore Ferragamo, Longchamp, Discover Singapore, Kaboom, Pandora, Kipling & Giordano)
    Airport Oasis Wellness (on some services)
    Aerotel Transit Hotel ($20 off paid rate)
    1 lounge (1 hour access only)

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    Perfect! I'll be going to Thailand in the next 8 weeks so this will be perfect!

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    Good for Jetstar passengers. I don't think it will have a big impact on the wait times or lines for SQ passengers making use of this program. Jetstar uses T1 at Changi from memory, while Singapore Airlines operates out of T2 and T3.

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    we had a long transit at Changi coming to Sydney from Europe.
    got our vouchers and then went to Bedok by MRT for some local hawker food
    when we came back to Changi we enjoyed our 2 hours at a lounge (the shower was great!)

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    After some food, we use it to buy some toy :)

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    Does anyone know the validity of the voucher once it is received?

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    That's great to hear that. I used it for going into the lounge for showering after a long day in the city while I was transiting in Singapore with Singapore Airlines last month (it also provided simple food that I was bothered to have any).

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    I normally dont go to the counter between 8 Pm to 11 pm,if my transit time is less than 3 hours.Usually 15 mintes(Max) Before 7pm Singapore time for me.

  • +1 vote

    I'm in Changi right now. Picked up my voucher in 2 mins. It expires end April 2019.

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    I transit with a 3 day layover from Melbourne to Changi in a month's time, then onwards to Ho Chi Minh City with Jetstar. I don't have a return that transits, as the return is a direct flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Melbourne. Do I qualify for a transit voucher for the first leg?

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    We already paid for tickets with Jetstar Asia, can we somehow claim this promo?

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      Valid for Jetstar Asia bookings, provided other T&Cs are met.

      *Includes Jetstar Asia, Jetstar Airways and Jetstar Pacific.

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        "Passengers must be on transit in Changi Airport on both legs of their journey, which means that Singapore is neither the point of origin nor the end destination. A passenger is only eligible if at least one of the two transit durations is less than 24 hours after arriving in Changi Airport. This is calculated from the Scheduled Time of Arrival (STA) of the arriving flight to Changi Airport to the Scheduled Time of Departure (STD) of the connecting departure flight out of Changi Airport"

        Given we are flying from KUL to Changi with Jetstar and then flying back to Australia with Scoot, I'm presuming we cannot receive this promo.

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