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$1 Singapore Stopover (2 Night Hotel + Admission to 20 Attractions) for Those En-Route to Another Destination [SQ/MI/TR Flights]

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Looks like a better offer than previous $1 stopover deals as it now allows two nights accommodation instead of one.

Add stopover holiday in Singapore en-route to your destination. For a limited time, enjoy a Singapore Stopover Holiday from S$1*. Featuring 2 nights accomodation in a Category A or B hotel (twin share), one-way airport transfer and one-time access to 20 attractions in Singapore worth over S$500. To enjoy this offer, book by 18 March 2020 and travel between travel between 5 March 2020 until 31 May 2020 and 1 September 2020 until 30 September 2020 (blackout periods apply).

This offer is valid for passengers who are commercially paying Suites/First, Business, Premium Economy & Economy Class passengers travelling from Australia to Singapore and onwards to all SQMI-TR (Singapore Airlines, SilkAir or Scoot) network destinations.

Passenger visiting Singapore as a destination on a round-trip or one-way itinerary are not eligible for this offer.

The $1 (SGD) Singapore Stopover Holiday offer is available in selected Category A and B hotels only as listed below:

Category A Hotels:
Days Hotel Singapore At Zhongshan Park #
Hotel Royal ^
Hotel Royal @ Queens ^
Chancellor @ Orchard #
Aqueen Heritage Hotel Little India #

Category B Hotels:
Hotel Grand Central #
Hotel Grand Pacific *
Hotel Mi *
Link Hotel #
V Hotel Lavender *

Room Capacities:
-# Maximum 2 persons in a room
* Maximum 3 persons in a room
^ Maximum 2 adults 2 children in a room (no bed for 2nd child)
Only one extra bed is allowed in a room at maximum. Baby cot is subject to space availability

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Comments

  • +40 votes

    Fantastic for those who work for large companies and want to work for 14 days remotely :)

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    # Maximum 2 persons in a room
    * Maximum 3 persons in a room

    How do they check?

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    I wonder why cruise companies and corona virus affected cities are having so many promotions now???

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    Wow. Good deal if you have a high risk appetite.

    • +1 vote

      117 cases in Singapore versus 60 in Australia …
      Just as likely to get it in Sydney.

      • +4 votes

        Erm…Australia is 10,000,000 times bigger!!!!

      • +1 vote

        Well the maths will say you are half as likely to get it in Sydney.

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        Tbh 117 and from what I can see, growing very slowly, is a great result in a dense place like SG considering the virus is out of control in South Korea with like 5K+ infections.

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          It's the fact that singapore is so densely packed on top of the higher number that makes it more dangerous.

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          yah…and no death form all cases..

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            @turbomond: Sure, but I'd not want to find out how good they are controlling the spread by going there at this time.

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              @CocaKoala: sure…they reported every single case and individually label each case with a case number, eg, case #31 etc. Then they follow up by contact tracing everyone that has links to it. Currently they have 138 cases with 90 discharged, 9 in intensive care. Whenever they have a case, they will put the person in the hospital and isolate from everyone except medical staffs, they don't do self quarantine.
              https://co.vid19.sg/

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                @turbomond: What I said was that I don't personally want to go there because it's still risky. Neither do I want to go to NSW right now, but that's just me.

      • +14 votes

        but you know everything possible about every singapore case, unlike practically nothing about what's going on in Australia

        http://wuhanvirus.sg

        • +2 votes

          WOW, that's super effective and transparent management. Singapore at its usual best!

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            @aaruu: +1 Other countries would do well to follow this. This is definitely a disease where the more proper information and transparency, the better it will be for everyone. A LITTLE knowledge is a dangerous thing.

            Oh and +1 for the deal. A true bargain.

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          this is very impressive, any idea what language is used to create this e.g. python, r?

    • -1 vote

      Singapore has arguably had a better response to this than Australia has…

      • +2 votes

        SG learnt from the SARS virus which we didn’t have much exposure to. They are now putting plans into practice. Very impressive SG. Good neighbours to have.
        I’m surprised at the lack of invasion from Indonesia-namely Bali. But there is no info from that regime. I’d expect WA to be impacted harder.

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    It's also available in September

  • +1 vote

    Can you take advantage of this if you have already booked your flights with SQ?

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    Can I book 14 days, for self-quarantine, on my way back, from china?

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      i don't see why not. But they're only paying for 2 nights so you'd have to cover the rest yourself.

      But you'd better be confident that Singapore is safe, otherwise you'd need another self quarantine when you return to oz.

    • +1 vote

      Dont think Singapore will let you in if you fly from China.

  • +1 vote

    how do I actually book this?

    Do I select a gap of 2 nights stopover, or is there an option I can select to automatically add it?

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      I also don’t know!

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        yeah I cannot figure it out.

        Their instructions say to choose whether you want it to be on the outbound flight or return flight, but you never get that option when you click the button to Book Now.

        When you click the link to "Learn more and redeem your Singapore Stopover Holiday >" it doesn't actually take you to a page that teaches you about it or even mentions that it is $1.

        Shit web site.

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          It's super confusing! I've just recently booked a Singapore stopover holiday and had to contact them to find out about the hotel. After having paid for your tickets, go into manage booking, scroll down and you'll find add a Singapore Stop over, from there you book the hotel. Keep in mind the Singapore Formula 1 Gp is in those September dates and accommodation isn't available over that period (or at least it wasn't, when I booked) even if you don't want to actually stay and have a stopover, book it as a stopover rather than direct flight as the price is cheaper (I saved $158 doing it this way, on the return flight)

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            @Pturtle:

            even if you don't want to actually stay and have a stopover, book it as a stopover rather than direct flight as the price is cheaper (I saved $158 doing it this way, on the return flight)

            If you do this, you will need to collect your bags and clear immigration during your stopover won't you?

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            @Pturtle: People were saying the $1 is only for the first night, how was it for you?

    • +1 vote

      I got to the page that it asks you to book the stopover holiday, but I'm getting an error (we cannot process your request right now). Which is annoying because I wanted to see if it would be $1.

      To get to that page, I had to do a multi-flight, and physically select Singapore as a destination (rather than it appear as the stopover airport) on one leg. Then, it comes up as a page after the seat selection.

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        is it possible to get a $1 stop over on both legs of your journey?

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        doing what you instructed did not get me the deal. It just told me to book hotels. No mention of a stopover package.

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    Remember that prices are per person and only the first night is a bargain. Also check taxes. I've never found this deal to be of value of staying more than one night, but in saying that I do stay in 5 star hotels.

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    Which cities in southeast Asia are eligible for this offer. (i mean final destination Syd-sin-?)
    Thanks in advance

  • +1 vote

    Incredible deal. Unfortunately working in healthcare not a good time for it. A colleague at my Melbourne hospital had to take two weeks of annual leave after transiting in Singapore airport for only 90 minutes. Lots of hospitals rolling out policies to this end in the next week or so.

  • +1 vote

    This is an awesome deal. The cheapest way out of Australia for International travel is Scoot via Singapore, so this makes for a really cheap holiday if you use this to head somewhere cheap afterwards like Thailand

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    I've tried booking a return flight with a multi-city stopover in Singapore (2 days) but am not able to see anything in the booking page about the stopover holiday, as per this website!

    Has anyone been able to do this successfully and wouldn't mind sharing the steps???

    According to the page (https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/au/plan-travel/local-prom...) it's supposed to come up after the flight selection…

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      See my reply earlier

      To get to that page, I had to do a multi-flight (not a return flight) and physically select Singapore as a destination on one leg. Then, it comes up as a page after the seat selection.

      But I couldn't get it to give me options of hotel. Error.

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        Yep, I did that and I still didn't get a page about this…

        E.g. Sydney - Copenhagen and then Copenhagen to Singapore and lastly Singapore to Sydney.

        I made sure the Singapore destination was in the right period (1-30 September 2020) and for 2 days.

  • +1 vote

    For everyone booking, the option to book hotel doesn't come up as the website leads you to believe, continue with your booking and once you've paid for your tickets, go into your bookings/upcoming flights, select your flight then manage booking, on the manage your trip page,scroll down, (it can take a few minutes to appear) and you'll see compliment your trip and the option to add a Singapore Stopover is there, add it and select your hotel from there. The $1 option is available to those who have already purchased tickets and doing a stop over in the time period, I purchased tickets a couple of weeks ago and was holding off on adding the accommodation, but added it last night. If you aren't travelling in the time frame, the add a stopover option has been removed (hopefully temporarily)

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for that - great to know that you can only do this after purchasing as I kept trying to make it work with no luck…

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      this is risky. You have to have paid for it already before you can do that stuff. I wanted to see the details before committing.

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      can you clarify… during booking, after seat selection when it asks you to book hotel, you skip that step, and don't add it until after you've purchased your tickets?

      This is a bit scary for me. I like to make sure it all works before I pay my money. What if the option isn't there? I can't get a refund on the ticket.

      Also I have found that the ticket costs more with 2 day a layover, compared to simply transiting.

      I also wanted to test if I can get the $1 deal on both legs of the trip or just one.

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        I didn't get the option to book hotel after seat selection, so if you've got that option then book that way. I only had the option to add the stopover after paying for my tickets. For me it was cheaper to book stopover than direct, but I purchased weeks ago, I can only tell you from my experience how I was able to book the stopover, they may have changed it

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    Virgin Codeshare is it available? I booked through virgin on a singapore airlines flight but i cant manage my booking on the singapore airlines website with my ticket number.