Scoot sale: Fly to Singapore from $149
Return to the home of the Merlion with cheap flights available now.
TL;DR: What's the deal with this flight sale?
Cheapest flight available:
1 November to 30 November 2021
Singapore will be opening up to fully vaccinated Aussie travellers with no need to quarantine from 8 November.
To celebrate the good news Scoot Airlines has launched discounted flights at super cheap prices.
Singapore is a foodies' dream! Once you've had your fill of food, chase an adrenaline rush in the city's theme parks, tour its museums or party until the sun comes up.
Travel dates in this sale run from 8 November to 15 December 2021 and from 12 January to 26 March 2022.
Ready to book? Compare prices to Singapore and grab your tickets with KAYAK.
If you're heading to Singapore don't forget to check out Flight Centre's stay and save deals with up to $200 off.
How good are these Scoot sale fares?
This offer from Scoot has matched the low Melbourne-Singapore prices available in Jetstar's international sale. Better still these are the first Sydney-Singapore fares we've seen go on sale and are the cheapest direct flights available in November.
These Scoot sale flights are on sale until 2:59am AEDT Monday 8 November 2021, unless sold out prior.
These fares at a glance
- Okay flexibility: Scoot used to offer flight changes via third-party site "ChangeYourFlight". You can add Scootsurance during booking to cover the cost of cancelled flights.
- Good airline: Scoot is a low-cost carrier with no-frills flights. Pay extra for checked baggage and in-flight meals.
- Great travel time: Don't worry about running to make your connection with direct flights in this Scoot sale.
- Good weather: June to August is usually the best time to travel to Singapore. However, Singapore is a year-round destination so don't let that stop you. Pack for warm and possibly rainy weather.
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