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Attention all students, Singapore Airlines is granting you some special privileges just for being a student. The relatively new “Student Privileges” program offers eligible students a way to save on air travel and receive added benefits on flights operated by Singapore Airlines. Here are the details on Singapore Airlines' student-centric program.
Singapore Airlines Student Privileges
College students can now enroll in Singapore Airlines' Student Privileges program. The program was rolled out just a few months ago. It offers eligible students discounts on air travel, added flexibility, and savings on checked baggage. Below is a breakdown of the benefits offered as part of the Student Privileges program:
- Save 10% on airfare with exclusive student fares. Eligible cabins/fares include Lite, Value, or Standard fares booked in Economy Class or Premium Economy Class
- 40 kg (88 lbs) checked luggage allowance up to 3 pieces for flights to/from the United States
- Receive a fee waiver for your first booking change, regardless of your fare type. Changes include dates, destinations, or class of service
Are You Eligible for The Student Privileges Program?
Students from numerous countries across the globe enrolled at most accredited universities are eligible to sign up for Singapore Airlines' student program. The most significant eligibility requirement is the country in which you are attending school.
Students attending college or university in countries including Australia, Germany, India, Singapore, Spain, the U.K., and the United States are eligible to join the program. There are a number of other countries on this list. To access the full list of countries, click the following link.
If you don't already have one, you'll need to sign up for a KrisFlyer account. KrisFlyer is Singapore Airlines' frequent flyer program. In addition to being useful for Singapore Airlines awards, the KrisFlyer program can prove beneficial when traveling on other Star Alliance partners including United Airlines and ANA.
Signing Up for Student Privileges
Signing up for the Student Privileges program is quite simple. To begin the sign-up process, click the following link. When you're ready to join and confirm your identity as an eligible student, click “Verify Student Status” toward the bottom of the page. You will be redirected to log in to your KrisFlyer account and then to a page to verify your identity as a student.
Verifying your identity as a student is quite simple. All you need to do is select the country in which you are attending classes and the institution at which you are receiving your education. Once you've selected both, click submit. SheerID — which is used for a number of popular student discounts — will verify your eligibility within a matter of seconds.
If everything checks out and your identity as an eligible student can be verified, you will see the following message.
Now, you're ready to enjoy the benefits of Singapore Airlines' Student Privileges. You can begin booking flights and enjoying the added benefits of the program right away.
The Bottom Line
College is one of the best times to get out and explore the world. However, I've always felt as though airlines and hotels fail to capture student travelers. Few airlines still offer student fares or benefits. Although the tide does seem to be turning with some airlines recently adding student fares and other perks.
It might not seem like much but Singapore Airlines' Student Privileges is a fantastic way for students to save a few bucks, receive an added luggage allowance, and more flexibility on international flights.
If you're also a student, what other travel-related student discounts and perks have you come across?
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