Sale: Flights to Singapore from only $109

Andrew Munro 17 March 2017 NEWS

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Fly from Perth to Singapore for $109 and from Sydney or Melbourne from $149.

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

Budget carrier Scoot, in partnership with Tigerair, has officially broken past 50 million passengers flown. Now the already-low prices are being dropped even further in celebration. Dozens of international flights are up for grabs at rock-bottom prices and the Singapore deals in particular stand out - even among all the other exceptional deals.

Flights to Singapore start from $109 out of Perth and go no higher than $149 for flying out of Sydney, Melbourne or the Gold Coast.

As a budget deal these prices do not include baggage, meals or in-flight entertainment.

The Scoot 50M Soaring Sale ends at 2:59am AEDT on 19 March or until seats are sold out, while flight dates are in the period of 15 March to 28 October.

Black out periods may apply over school holidays and event periods.

Your visiting window is more than half a year, which is just as well because Singapore has warm and lush weather all year around so you can plan your trip on convenience alone, or for the times of year when you can get the lowest prices in Singapore.

The Scoot 50M Soaring Sale puts prices well within reach, so grab a deal, start planning your trip and get start looking forward to making it a reality.


Fares to Singapore in Scoot's 50M Soaring Sale

From
To
Dates
Price (each way)
Book
Perth
Singapore
15 March 2017 - 28 October 2017
$109
Gold Coast
Singapore
15 March 2017 - 28 October 2017
$149
Melbourne
Singapore
15 March 2017 - 28 October 2017
$149
Sydney
Singapore
15 March 2017 - 28 October 2017
$149

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