Sale: Flights to Singapore for just $172 return

Stephanie Yip 29 May 2017

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Shop and eat for cheap with Jetstar and Scoot.

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

Budget carriers Jetstar and Scoot are flying Aussies to Singapore for food, shopping and so much more for as little as $172 return right now.

To snap up these low fares you'll need to fly out of Perth and travel during October 2017, but if that doesn't work for you there are plenty of other travel dates and departure cities worth checking out.

In short:

  • Perth to Singapore... $172 return (Jetstar, October)
  • Darwin to Singapore... $180 return (Jetstar, October)
  • Adelaide to Singapore... $263 return (Jetstar, Februrary)
  • Gold Coast to Singapore... $288 return (Scoot, September)
  • Melbourne to Singapore... $293 return (Jetstar, December)
  • Sydney to Singapore... $318 return (Scoot, August)

Typically we see prices to Singapore hit the cheaper end of the scale at $220 return so at nearly $50 less, we're betting these tickets aren't expected to be on sale very long. So if you're eyeing a trip to the Singaporean nation, they're well worth considering. They can be booked online now at I Want That Flight.

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