Singapore Airlines: Tokyo Return from Dar $575, Melb $612, Adel $616, Sydney $619, Cairns $623, Bris $634, Perth $648, Canb $667

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Singapore Airlines are having a sale on flights to Tokyo, Japan. Travel during May/June and September - November 2019. Singapore Airlines are #1 in the world airline rankings.

$575 Return Darwin to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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28/May 12/Jun $575 View Flight
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03/Sep 16/Sep $575 View Flight
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10/Sep 23/Sep $575 View Flight
29/Oct 11/Nov $575 View Flight
12/Nov 25/Nov $575 View Flight
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$612 Return Melbourne to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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13/May 27/May $612 View Flight
27/May 10/Jun $612 View Flight
28/Oct 11/Nov $614 View Flight
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02/Sep 16/Sep $614 View Flight
07/Oct 21/Oct $614 View Flight
14/Oct 28/Oct $615 View Flight
09/Sep 23/Sep $615 View Flight
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$616 Return Adelaide to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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02/Sep 16/Sep $616 View Flight
28/Oct 11/Nov $616 View Flight
12/Nov 27/Nov $616 View Flight
15/Oct 30/Oct $616 View Flight
29/Oct 13/Nov $616 View Flight
05/Nov 20/Nov $616 View Flight
22/Oct 06/Nov $616 View Flight
04/Nov 18/Nov $617 View Flight
14/Oct 28/Oct $617 View Flight
23/Oct 09/Nov $617 View Flight

$619 Return Sydney to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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13/May 27/May $619 View Flight
03/Sep 17/Sep $619 View Flight
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02/Sep 16/Sep $619 View Flight
28/Oct 11/Nov $619 View Flight
11/Nov 25/Nov $619 View Flight
29/Oct 13/Nov $619 View Flight
08/May 21/May $619 View Flight
15/May 28/May $619 View Flight
03/Sep 16/Sep $619 View Flight

$623 Return Cairns to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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06/Nov 27/Nov $623 View Flight
01/Nov 20/Nov $624 View Flight
30/May 20/Jun $624 View Flight
07/Nov 28/Nov $624 View Flight
16/May 06/Jun $624 View Flight
23/May 13/Jun $624 View Flight
30/Oct 20/Nov $624 View Flight
04/Jun 25/Jun $624 View Flight
16/Oct 06/Nov $624 View Flight
01/Nov 22/Nov $624 View Flight

$634 Return Brisbane to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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03/Sep 17/Sep $634 View Flight
28/Oct 11/Nov $634 View Flight
04/Nov 18/Nov $634 View Flight
11/Nov 25/Nov $634 View Flight
13/May 27/May $634 View Flight
02/Sep 16/Sep $634 View Flight
29/Oct 13/Nov $634 View Flight
15/May 28/May $634 View Flight
03/Sep 16/Sep $634 View Flight
08/May 21/May $634 View Flight

$648 Return Perth to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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02/Sep 16/Sep $648 View Flight
28/Oct 11/Nov $648 View Flight
04/Nov 18/Nov $648 View Flight
05/Jun 20/Jun $648 View Flight
15/Oct 30/Oct $648 View Flight
29/Oct 13/Nov $648 View Flight
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22/Oct 06/Nov $648 View Flight
04/Sep 16/Sep $648 View Flight
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$667 Return Canberra to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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28/Oct 11/Nov $667 View Flight
04/Nov 18/Nov $667 View Flight
27/Oct 11/Nov $667 View Flight
29/Oct 13/Nov $667 View Flight
05/Nov 20/Nov $667 View Flight
12/Nov 27/Nov $667 View Flight
22/Oct 06/Nov $667 View Flight
29/Oct 11/Nov $667 View Flight
30/Oct 11/Nov $667 View Flight
11/Nov 25/Nov $668 View Flight

$699 Return Hobart to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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29/Oct 12/Nov $699 View Flight
29/Oct 10/Nov $699 View Flight
29/Oct 13/Nov $700 View Flight
05/Nov 20/Nov $700 View Flight
22/Oct 06/Nov $700 View Flight
29/Oct 11/Nov $700 View Flight
29/Oct 14/Nov $700 View Flight
29/Oct 16/Nov $700 View Flight
26/Oct 13/Nov $700 View Flight
28/Oct 11/Nov $708 View Flight

All flights are with Singapore Airlines and involve layovers in Singapore in both directions (flights from Hobart will also involve a brief layover in Melbourne in both directions).

Singapore Airlines are a full service carrier (and #1 airline according to Skytrax), so all checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment are included.

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Comments

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    Possible to have a couple of days stop overs at Singapore?

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    Awesome, thanks OP. was looking for flights to Japan!

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    Any deals from Sydney in late June?

  • +2 votes

    Check Skyscanner, I booked direct flights with Qantas from Sydney between 29/05 - 18/06 and it worked out to be $2700 for 2 adults, 3 kids and a baby.

      • +11 votes

        Qantas are fine and they fly direct unlike Singapore.

        • +8 votes

          Qantas is an Australian airline. Of course they fly direct.

          However, I wouldnt say Qantas is in the same league as many of the top airlines like SQ, Emirates, etc. I think many Australians hold Qantas is too high regard.

      • +3 votes

        whats wrong with Qantas?

            • +5 votes

              @ath: Having flown everything from economy to first several times in the past few years, I can confirm that Qantas is not top tier. Sorry Australia, but compared to the heavyweights, the service, food, amenities just can't compare. Sure domestic flights are perfectly serviceable. But don't kid yourself when you compare their international offering especially in business and first class to SQ, Emirates, Cathay etc etc. Australia's always been a bit of a beta in everything. High costs, lazy/rude/entitled staff.

              • +4 votes

                @BYS2:

                High costs, lazy/rude/entitled staff.

                That is basically Australia now. Even though we think we are actually the best.

                • -4 votes

                  @Risto: Or maybe it is you? I've never had a problem with service here. Even compared to other countries. You receive what you give, they're not your slaves.

                  • +2 votes

                    @ONEMariachi: Or maybe it isn't me. When I see the entitled, self obsessed and ponderously tattooed phone checking hospitality workers, I yearn to go back to the thoughtful service found in Japan where my needs are anticipated.

                    They are indeed not my slaves, yet they are being paid to serve. And I am always polite and jovial. Perhaps you don't get out enough. But in all honesty I think I should receive precisely what the hospitality staff's boss believes I should receive. If the boss has clear guidelines, then they are dictating the future of the establishment, not the worker and their sense of right and wrong.

                    USA is sometimes better than AU given the tip will reflect their ability to provide a good service.

                    Establishments with new immigrants working tend to provide much better service even if their language skills aren't as cool. But there you go, they aren't so entitled.

                    How's that?

            • +2 votes

              @ath:

              Qantas Airways wins for Best Catering Services

              Really? must be business class only! Singapore Airlines has the best out of the 25 airlines I have travelled in economy

            • +2 votes

              @ath: Please don't use airlineratings.com and objective in the same sentence. Their rankings are laughable - on that link they have given world's best business class to Virgin Australia and world's best catering to Qantas. Hahaha. Don't even get me started on their safety rankings.

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    Anyone know if BYOjet is reliable? I've never booked flights through a 3rd party before.

    • +3 votes

      I've used them before with no issues for what it's worth.

    • +1 vote

      I booked through them last time I went to Japan, didn't have any issues but they did reschedule my flights but the different times were acceptable to me. Seems like the negative feedback they get is from people who want to change or cancel their flights so if you don't need to do that it should be fine.

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        Cheers! yeah I wouldn't need to change/cancel unless there's an emergency, but then that's why we get insurance :D.

        My only issue is I think I want to go to just kyoto/Osaka etc this trip, but flights seem to be much more expensive or have long layovers :( oh well. The JR pass is so expensive.

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          The JR pass is so cheap compared to paying local prices. A one way ticket from Osaka to Tokyo on a bullet train is $175. You get unlimited bullet trains for $380.

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      It's probably me being paranoid, but I would never trust one of the 'small' booking agents like them.

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        I paid a little more and purchased directly from Qantas in this instance. I think IWTF pushed me to Mytrip.com for the dates I wanted. Mytrip wanted to charge me and extra $25 per person so they could actually answer my phone calls WTF!!!

        The price would have to be more than 10% cheaper with these "agents" to be even worth considering and , even then, I would still be nervous.

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        I've found Aunt Betty's usually offers similarly cheap prices, and they're the online brand of Flight Centre if you want peace of mind.

    • +1 vote

      If you or anyone you know that is caught in the BestJet debacle, you will not booked thru small companies.

      I booked and paid and was issued an eticket, but cancelled the next day without my authority. I questioned multiple parties but seems like I do not own the ticket (even issued) and the agent could cancelled your ticket anytime before your first leg and gets refund from the next foodchain up.

      This airline industry has no consumer protection at all. It is more like a cowboy like industry. Sad

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    Im keen to travel in late sept which is a date not covered, so with the dates listed, do i have to depart and come back on the dates listed, or i can depart on a date covered, come back in another date covered?

    We want 14 days and hoping to leave Late Sept.

    Not sure how to read the website, when i search i get higher prices from other airlines

    • +1 vote

      In case you are not aware starting 30 Sep for 2 weeks are school holiday, generally these sales do not cover. You may want to search for coming back before that day.

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    Storerep, is it possible to have a layover in Singapore for a few days on the return leg?

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      Tried using the Singapore Airlines site. If you use the multicity search, the flights end up about $300 more expensive if you add a layover.

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    Waiting for a deal to bangkok/kualalumpur via a good airline, preferably Singapore Airlines.

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    Damn, no cherry blossom flights

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    How long will this deal last for?

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    Going in 4 weeks and my flights are $200 more expensive than these, damn!

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    lol damn kids… can only go around school holidays! which means 0 chance of a decent price hahaha

    • +11 votes

      TL;DR: Just don't be a (profanity).

      There is a big culture of respect. You don't talk on your phone on the train, you don't litter, you put your earphones in so no one has to listen to your shit music. You be considerate.

      I wish there were more Australians like this.

      PS. even the drunks (which are common) don't harass anyone. They get drunk and stay quiet then stumble home or back to work.

      • +5 votes

        That's exactly why I keep going back. I love being in a public place where everyone is so considerate of everyone else. I always try to be respectful and polite and make an effort and I've never had any locals even remotely get upset with me. In fact, when my wife and I were in Osaka a couple of weeks ago, a nice couple we met during the hotel breakfast decided to show us around.

  • +1 vote

    Japan has started collecting a 1000 yen (~$12AUD) airport tax for departing the country. Its nothing compared to the quality of service and convenience you'll get throughout the country.

    https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2019/01/08/national/new-de...

    • +1 vote

      It's very strange that Japan hasn't had a departure tax until now. It's still very small compare to the $60 Australia charges.

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    How easy is it to amend the airline tickets? Does it usually involves fee? Looking to travel in Nov 19 but dates are unsure and would like to take advantage of this promotion however.

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      If you change discount/special flight tickets there will be a fee involved, often significant.

  • +2 votes

    Can you take advantage of the Singapore $1 stop over with these tickets?

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    Op - do flights ever have similar discount when departing/returning to Singapore? Moving to SIN this year and seems crazy to pay more despite travelling half the distance! :)

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    Anyone know good the skiing is in late November? I was planning on a week in Tokyo and going via the JR Rail Pass to a mountain to ski. Any suggestions on mountains close to Tokyo that are good for skiing and not completely bank breaking?

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      Gala Yuzawa Snow Resort and Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort can be accessed directly by Shinkansen in about 1 hour.
      Make sure you have backup plans because some ski resorts may not open until early December.

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      Too early. Hokkaido might be ok but nobody knows for sure

  • +2 votes

    Sugoi!

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    Awesome airline and price, but going via Singapore is a very long way to go. Probably a good idea to stop over for a night or two

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