Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes: 30% Off Awards in September 2022 Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes: 30% Off Awards in September 2022

Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes: 30% Off Awards in September 2022

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Singapore Spontaneous Escapes price-busting award bookings are back! After returning from hiatus in spring 2022, Spontaneous Escapes are back again for another month.

These promotions offer KrisFlyer award bookings for 30% off on various routes, meaning you need fewer miles to book than normal. The latest list includes flights in September 2022. However, you need to book by August 31, 2022. So, act fast.

What Are Singapore Escapes?

Banner image advertises Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes for reduced-price award bookings

Singapore Airlines runs the KrisFlyer award program, and Spontaneous Escapes offer discounts on KrisFlyer award bookings. Each month, the discount is 30%. That means an award that would normally cost 50,000 miles now costs 35,000. Not all routes are covered, though. The Spontaneous Escapes promotion provides a specific list of which Singapore Airlines flights are included in the promotion.

The list includes eligible flight dates and a “book by” date. Typically, the list comes out with a “book by” date for the last day of that month. The travel dates are typically in the following months.

Key Terms

  • The promotion is valid for bookings made before August 31, 2022 at 11:59 pm Singapore time (GMT+8) / 11:59 am Eastern Time in the U.S.
  • Travel dates for the promotion are from September 1 to September 31, 2022.
  • Receive a 30% discount on awards with Singapore Airlines that are listed specifically in the Spontaneous Escapes list.
  • Bookings must be made at singaporeair.com as other channels won't reflect the discount.
  • The promotion is valid for economy, premium economy, and business-class redemptions.
  • Blackout dates apply on some routes.
  • Not all routes, dates, or locations are covered, and anything not on the list is not discounted.
  • Waitlist redemptions confirmed after the booking deadline will be confirmed at the full, standard price.
  • Changes and cancellations are not permitted.
  • If the flight is canceled by Singapore airlines for government or Covid-19 reasons, the miles and fees will be refunded to you.
  • Stopovers are not allowed on these bookings.
  • Cash and miles+cash bookings are not eligible for discounts.

Current Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes Routes

The full list of current Singapore Spontaneous Escapes routes is here. We've also broken the routes down into regions with tables that you can search for a destination you're interested in.

Southeast Asia — Economy and Business

RouteMiles Required for
Economy Ticket
Flight Number(s)Blackout PeriodMiles Required for
Business Class
Flight Number(s)Blackout Period
Singapore to Da Nang9450SQ174September 1-12
Da Nang to Singapore9450SQ171September 5-14
Singapore to Hanoi9450SQ194September 1-616800SQ194September 3-6
Hanoi to Singapore9450SQ191September 7-1116800SQ191September 9-11
Singapore to Manila9450SQ916, SQ91816800SQ916, SQ918
Manila to Singapore9450SQ917, SQ91916800SQ917, SQ919
Singapore to Siem Reap9450SQ166September 1-4
Siem Reap to Singapore9450SQ163September 7-11

North Asia — Economy and Business

n/a

West Asia & Africa — Economy and Business

RouteMiles Required for Economy TicketFlight Number(s)Blackout PeriodMiles Required for Business TicketFlight Number(s)Blackout Period
Singapore to Ahmedabad30,100SQ504
Ahmedabad to Singapore14,000SQ505September 1-1530,100SQ505
Singapore to Bangalore14,000SQ510September 1-4, 15-1930,100SQ510September 1-7, 16-18
Singapore to Chennai14,000SQ524, SQ526, SQ52830,100SQ526, SQ528
Chennai to Singapore14,000SQ525, SQ527, SQ52930,100SQ527, SQ529
Singapore to Colombo14,000SQ46830,100SQ468
Colombo to Singapore14,000SQ46930,100SQ469
Singapore to Dhaka14,000SQ446, SQ44830,100SQ446, SQ448
Dhaka to Singapore14,000SQ447, SQ44930,100SQ447, SQ449
Singapore to Hyderabad14,000SQ520
Hyderabad to Singapore14,000SQ521September 1-5
Singapore to Kochi14,000SQ536
Kochi to Singapore14,000SQ537September 2-14
Kolkata to Singapore14,000SQ517September 8-11, 27-30
Singapore to Mumbai14,000SQ422, SQ424, SQ42630,100SQ422, SQ424, SQ426
Mumbai to Singapore14,000SQ421, SQ423, SQ42530,100SQ421, SQ423, SQ425
Singapore to New Delhi14,000SQ406September 15-2830,100SQ402, SQ406
New Delhi to Singapore14,000SQ401, SQ403September 3-1230,100SQ401, SQ403

Australia — Economy and Business

n/a

Europe — Economy and Business

RouteMiles required for economy bookingFlight number(s)Blackout periodMiles required for business class bookingFlight number(s)Blackout period
Singapore to Frankfurt29,400SQ326September 1-19

USA — Economy and Business

RouteMiles required for economy bookingFlight number(s)Blackout periodMiles required for business class bookingFlight number(s)Blackout period
Los Angeles to Singapore29,400SQ11
San Francisco to Singapore29,400SQ31, SQ33September 1-5, 27-30

North Asia — Premium Economy

n/a

West Asia & Africa — Premium Economy

FromMiles required for premium economyFlight number(s)Blackout period
Singapore to New Delhi24,150SQ406
New Delhi to Singapore24,150SQ403
Singapore to Mumbai24,150SQ424, SQ426
Mumbai to Singapore24,150SQ423, SQ425

Australia — Premium Economy

FromMiles required for premium economyFlight number(s)Blackout period
Christchurch to Singapore35,700SQ298September 1-6, 24-30

Europe — Premium Economy

FromMiles required for premium economyFlight number(s)Blackout period
Frankfurt to New York (JFK)36,400SQ26September 1-8
New York (JFK) to Frankfurt36,400SQ25

USA & Canada — Premium Economy

FromMiles required for premium economyFlight number(s)Blackout period
Los Angeles to Singapore52,500SQ11September 8-10, 15-17, 23-30
San Francisco to Singapore52,500SQ33September 14-30
Singapore to New York (JFK)56,350SQ24September 1-9
Newark (EWR) to Singapore56,350SQ21September 1-6

Singapore KrisFlyer Transfer Partners

If you don’t have enough KrisFlyer miles to book an award, you can transfer points from numerous different programs:

Except for Marriott, all point transfers are at a 1:1 ratio. Transfers from Marriott are at a 3:1 ratio, plus a 5,000-mile bonus for every 20,000 miles received in your KrisFlyer account.

Worried that space might disappear while you're waiting on points to show up in your account? You can view typical Singapore KrisFlyer transfer times to see which points will transfer the fastest. You can also use our Balance Watch feature to get notified as soon as the miles hit your KrisFlyer account. Then, you can snag the Singapore Spontaneous Escapes award that you want as quickly as possible.

And when it's time to pay, make sure to use your best credit card for travel purchases. That way, you'll get a great return on your spending.

Our Take

It's great to see the continuation of Singapore Airlines' Spontaneous Escapes. If you have your eye on any of the routes included on the list, you can book for 30% fewer miles than typically required.

Before booking, make sure you know what you're getting into. You need to book within a short window, and travel is within the next month. You need to have some flexibility and be able to book for near-term travel. Lastly, you should be certain you'll take the flights since you can't change or cancel these promotional tickets later.

If you can make it work and are sure you're going to take the flight, Singapore KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes can be a great deal. Snag one if it fits into your travel plans.

Are you planning to book any of the current routes for the Singapore Spontaneous Escapes?

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Comments

  • It is a good offer, in may I’ll travel from New York to Singapore.
    Singapore Airlines is one of the best airlines in Asia