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Great price from Stockholm to Sydney on Singapore Airlines Business Class! However, there is a catch; you need to book via AMEX International Airline Program (IAP) to get the lowest price starting from €2,184/$2,429 R/T.
Now if you are not an Amex card member, fear not; the deal is still applicable for you at €2,383/$2,650. But why haven’t you signed up for an Amex yet? The discount with Amex IAP essentially pays for itself.
Details of This Deal
|Routing (R/T)||Price from|
(quoted by Singapore Airlines)
(quoted by American Express IAP)
|Stockholm to Sydney||€2,383/$2,650||€2,184/$2,429|
- Travel Period: Well scattered across 2020. Bits and pieces in 2019
- Prices are quoted on point of writing. It is subjected to changes, based on demand.
- Fare Class: D
A Quick Introduction to the Amex International Airline Program
As part of the benefits under the AMEX Platinum Card or the AMEX Business Card, cardholders may receive exclusive savings on selected airlines via the AMEX International Airline Program for international travels on First, Business and Premium Economy cabins. Flights have to originate from the US or selected Canadian destination. As claimed by AMEX, the average savings for First, Business and Premium Economy are as follows: $600, $300, $100 (R/T). In addition, you will also receive 5x Membership Rewards points.
How to Find This Deal?
The best way to find this deal is by first searching Amex Travel. If you are not an AMEX cardholder, you can find this deal under google flights here.
What is The Business Class Product like?
Singapore Airlines flies the Airbus A350, Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-300ER on this routing. On the Airbus A350 and B777-300ER, you will be flying this Business Class Seat:
Whereas for the Airbus A380 on the Sydney sector, you will be flying the new Business Class seat:
Where Should I Credit This Ticket?
Check out where to credit. These tickets should book into fare code D, for some great earnings on the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan (Base miles -39,644 miles). I strongly advocate to credit your flights to the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. Check out the post below to find out why.
How Should I Pay For This Ticket?
If Amex isn’t your card of choice the Chase Sapphire Preferred offers 2x points on all airfare purchases.
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