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Singapore Airlines is running a Black Friday sale that includes a number of routes an cabins. One notable part is the sale on business class fares that includes sub-$2K round trip fares from New York to Frankfurt. These fares are also available via the Chase portal or Amex Travel portal, meaning you can book them with points from around 133K points round trip, or maybe even less.
- Singapore Airlines business class fare sale with prices from around $1998 round trip from New York to Frankfurt
- Direct link to this promotion
- Tickets must be purchased by Nov 26, 2018 at 23:59 of its respective gateway local time
- Tickets are nonrefundable (date changes possible when paying a fee and any fare difference)
- See promo page for full terms
As noted at the top, many routes are on sale. Here are some example prices out of New York JFK;
You’ll find deals from all of the other US gateways as well, including Los Angeles to Tokyo from $450 in economy or $950 in premium economy and many more.
The deal from New York to Frankfurt comes around now and then and it’s solid. It is available for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday departures and returns through the end of the schedule.
These flights should also show up via the various credit card portals. For example, I see them via the Chase Portal from 132,530 Ultimate Rewards points round trip when using a Sapphire Reserve account.
If you have an Amex Business Platinum your net cost would be 129,220 Membership Rewards points after the 35% pay-with-points rebate, though you’d need to have 198,800 points to start and wait for the rebate.
Since you’ll also earn miles on these trips, either way would be a decent redemption if you’re looking for business class to Europe.
There are plenty of other deals to be had and you should be able to book them from most online travel agencies.
H/T: God Save the Points
Last updated on December 1st, 2018