Singapore Spontaneous Escapes: premium economy from the US to Europe and Singapore on sale


Singapore Airlines is out with its latest “Spontaneous Escapes” discounts and this month’s deals are available to book until 9/30/22 for travel between 10/1/22 to 10/31/22. While this month’s list is pretty weak overall, the Premium Economy deals between New York and Frankfurt/Singapore may be worth a look.

Singapore Airlines Krisflyer Spontaneous Escapes

The Deal

  • Singapore Airlines has released this month’s Spontaneous Escapes, offering discounts on some routes to/from Singapore and Europe. This month’s deals must be booked by 9/30/22 and flown between October 1-31, 2022 (though note that some routes feature blackout dates). Sale options include:
    • New York (JFK) to/from Frankfurt for 36,400 miles each way in premium economy (Frankfurt – JFK blacked out October 1-3)
    • Newark to Singapore for 56,350 miles one way in premium economy (Singapore – EWR blacked out October 1-3)
    • Singapore to New York (JFK) or New York (Newark) to Singapore for 56,350 miles one way in premium economy (Singapore- JFK blacked out October 1-3, JFK-Singapore blacked out October 1-9)

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Key Terms

  • Must book by 9/30/22
  • Must fly between 10/1/22 and 10/31/22

Quick Thoughts

This month’s deals aren’t terribly exciting — it is one of the thinner lists we’ve seen for premium-cabin travel and the options for business class awards are pretty underwhelming.

However, for those based in North America, the Premium Economy deals may still be worth a look. Flights between New York and Frankfurt for 36,400 miles one-way in premium economy are a decent deal given the excellent on-board experience you’re likely to have with Singapore Airlines. Particularly for a daytime flight back to the US, getting some extra legroom and decent in-flight entertainment for a small premium over what most airlines charge in economy class could be appealing.

Flights from JFK and Newark to Singapore for 56.350 miles one-way in Premium Economy are also probably an ok deal and flights are available in both directions. It isn’t anything to write home about, but if you’re looking to travel next month, it may be appealing, particularly since award space has been fairly limited recently.

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Might be worthwhile to keep “no changes/cancellation” listed under key terms in the template for these posts.