Great Deal: Cheap Singapore Airlines Business Class Tickets To Asia & Europe

Singapore Airlines is known for having one of the best business class products in the world. However, they also generally have fairly expensive fares, given how good their product is.

Well, at the moment Singapore Airlines has an incredible business class fare sale, valid for travel originating in the U.S. Through this fare sale you can book roundtrip business class tickets for just under $2,000 roundtrip.


The basic details are as follows:

  • Valid for travel from New York to Frankfurt, Houston to Manchester, Los Angeles to Seoul Inchon, or Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita
  • Valid for travel on Sunday through Thursday flights
  • Valid for travel between June 1 and August 31, 2017
  • Valid for bookings through February 20, 2017
  • Maximum stay of one month permitted
  • The fare is bookable directly on Singapore Airlines’ website


Those are some incredible business class fares, especially for the routes to Asia, which are typically much more expensive. While there are some limitations in terms of days of the week you can travel, availability is wide open across the summer travel period.


Hopefully some of you can take advantage of this deal. Paid business class tickets on one of the world’s best airlines don’t get much better than this, at least when originating in the U.S.!

(Tip of the hat to steveholt on FlyerTalk)


  1. If you have the Amex Business Platinum you can pay with MR points and get 50% back, so you’re looking at round trip for around 100K points

  2. 50% back with the Amex Business Platinum is too good. Question is whether Amex will scale back, or others will match.

  3. Thank you!!! Just booked LAX-ICN over independence day weekend! Love when you post business class offers 🙂

  4. @mike. I can see this from LAX doing a google flight search. Appears that Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays in June, July, Aug show this price to Seoul. For NRT, looks like they are selling fast and only Wednesdays are available.

    Also, I saw on Google Flights that Lufthansa, and United were matching the JFK-FRA fare. Air Canada as well, although not a nonstop.

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