Qantas flights to Singapore drop to $433 return

Stephanie Yip 26 June 2017

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Come for the warmth and sunshine, stay for the food and shopping.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check out our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Qantas and Emirates are currently hosting a sale on flights to Singapore, with fares starting from the shockingly low price of $433 return.

To put this into perspective, the last time Qantas had a sale on this route, it boasted starting fares of $458 return, so this deal is up there with the best from the flying kangaroo.

As Emirates is codesharing with Qantas, all flights booked through the airline will be on Qantas flights.

These sale prices cover select journeys between July and November 2017 and depart from five Australian capitals:

Airfares include checked luggage, in-flight meals and entertainment and are on sale until midnight 27 June 2017.

While you can find these routes on sale on the Qantas and Emirates websites, we found that booking site I Want That Flight is selling them for up to $40 cheaper.

For example, Qantas is currently advertising Sydney to Singapore flights from $599 return, while I Want That Flight is selling them for $557 return.

For this reason, we've displayed I Want That Flights prices above as they are the cheapest we've found for this sale.

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