AMAZING DEAL: $1,600 Delta Business Class From LA To Singapore

I’ve researched this fare a bit, and it seems to be legitimate. However, I figured I’d post about it before doing too much research, as I don’t want it to disappear.

Per FlyerTalk member IAkH, there seem to be some incredible ~$1,600 roundtrip business class fares on Delta bookable between the Los Angeles area and Singapore. The fare isn’t valid for travel out of LAX, though is valid out of surrounding airports, like Ontario. Blackout dates apply over December 9 through 25, 2016, and June 9 through July 16, 2017, but otherwise availability is wide open. Some segments price on ANA, Asiana, and Korean Air, though the transpacific segment seems to be on Delta in all cases.

The fare shows through Expedia, so book there, and then you’ll have 24 hours to cancel, if you decide to change your mind.


You can credit these flights to any of Delta’s partners. For example, “Z” class earns 150% elite qualifying mileage through Delta SkyMiles, or 125% elite qualifying mileage through Alaska Mileage Plan.

Hurry, this fare won’t last!


  1. Crazy how airline pricing works. Obviously a glitch as any norcal airport prices out as double the cost.

  2. I love on Expedia the little pop-ups that say ” 1200 people are searching flights to Singapore right now”. It should say “1199 OMAAT readers are searching for insanely cheap, EQM-ric J-class flights to Singapore” !!!

  3. For closer in dates I’m getting $1900-2000. Specifically anything in November/December, outside the blackout dates. So, still a good deal, but not as good.

  4. Thanks for posting! Will help with Delta status too (hope thy keep the match during that time as I’ll have A* exp).

    Got booked for late May/early June and got one segment going on ANA.

  5. Just booked for $1635 – good deal! Question, can I credit the one segment on ANA to *A (Lifemiles)?


  6. But when reviewing the routing, most flights require a connection in PDX, which then follows to NRT as shown below:

    Portland Intl. (PDX) to Narita Intl. (NRT)
    Delta 623
    Boeing 737-900

    I start to worry about a trans-Pacific flight on a B737… lol

  7. Thanks just booked for late May!

    I’m a recent AA/OW convert and have a few questions please.

    I have Alaska, Delta and ANA confirmation numbers with a ticket stock # starting in 006

    Can I credit the Alaska and ANA segments to Delta and earn MQM’s and RDM’s?

    For the Delta segments should I credit to another partner to avoid DL revenue based system?

    Am I way off on all of this? If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be greatly appreciated and congrats to all who got in on the deal!


  8. @Philipp, I believe you can ask for credit post-flight. Just request for manual credit after you fly the segment. They may ask for a scanned copy of your boarding pass and e-ticket so keep a copy of the original. This works well if you forget to (or intentionally didn’t) provide your loyalty number upon check-in. Though, I would imagine that elite status is linked to a loyalty number so you may miss on any benefits if you didn’t provide your number.

  9. Looked at booking ONT-SIN R/T for $1647 12/28/16-1/2/17, clicked the button on Expedia, but the payment page shows a R/T price of $3500. Something wonky is going on with their site or this is a bait-and-switch. May be worth calling Expedia directly if you find a deal.

  10. No Adam, never call airline or broker site with a deal like this. Great way to kill it. Lucky can you educate your readers a bit, maybe in a separate post?

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