Singapore flights from $198 return

Stephanie Yip 19 December 2017 NEWS

SingaporeChinatownNews

Shave $100+ off your flight by choosing to fly with Scoot.

You know it's a good day when Scoot slashes airfares to Singapore under $200 and today folks, is definitely a good day.

The budget airline has dropped fares between Perth and Singapore down to as little as $198 return for travel from mid- to end-2018.

Those flying out of the Gold Coast can jet set to Singapore from $238 return while those out of Sydney can pay as little as $258 return for their flight.

There's no set end date for this sale, but at these prices chances are it'll finish up sooner rather than later.

Compared to other flights on the same day, you're looking at savings well into the hundreds with AirAsia and Scoot flight combinations coming in at $300+.

Travel ranges from May-November 2018, depending on your route.

Look to the table below for more details or skip to book via I Want That Flight.

Flights to Singapore on sale:

From
To
Travel dates
Price (return)
Book
Perth Singapore May - November 2018 $198 Find your flight
Gold Coast Singapore May - November 2018 $238 Find your flight
Sydney Singapore May 2018 $258 Find your flight
Melbourne Singapore May - November 2018 $278 Find your flight

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