The Latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes Deals

The Latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes Deals

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals are temporarily suspended as of March 2020. The information below covers the most recent promotion, which ran in February 2020.

KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals are a monthly staple of the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program. Every month, Singapore Airlines offers 30% off the KrisFlyer miles required for last-minute award travel on a range of different Singapore Airlines and SilkAir routes. The KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals can be used to book Saver awards in Economy, Premium Economy and Business class, for travel during the following month.

The latest Singapore Airlines Spontaneous Escapes deals have now been released for February 2020, for travel during March 2020. Many routes to/from Australia are available at discounted rates during this month’s promotion, including flights between Canberra and Singapore.

Until 29 February, you can also get 30% off Premium Economy award seats on Singapore Airlines’ non-stop flights from Singapore to Los Angeles for travel during April 2020.

KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes T&Cs

The KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes discounts apply only on point-to-point flights to/from Singapore. If you’re connecting through Singapore onto another flight, the final price will be the sum of the two individual flights or the regular price – whichever is lower. Note that no changes or refunds are permitted on Spontaneous Escapes award bookings.

You’ll need to book on the Singapore Airlines website to access the discount, and all flights must be taken within the promotional period. Some blackout dates may apply and no stopovers are allowed.

Discounted KrisFlyer Awards for February 2020

The latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals have been released on the Singapore Airlines website for travel during March 2020. Flights must be booked by 29 February 2020.

Here are the Australian and New Zealand destinations included in the KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes promotion for January 2020:

  • Adelaide: All flights in Economy & Business (some blackout dates apply to Economy class travel)
  • Brisbane: SQ255 & SQ236 in Economy & Business; SQ265/266 in Business only
  • Cairns: Most flights in Economy & Business
  • Canberra: SQ288 (Singapore-Canberra in Economy, Premium Economy & Business; Canberra-Singapore in Premium Economy or Business only)
  • Melbourne: SQ207, SQ227 & SQ237 (SIN-MEL) in Economy class only; and SQ218 (MEL-SIN) in Premium Economy only
  • Sydney: Various flights in Economy, Premium Economy & Business class

This month, Singapore Airlines is also discounting Premium Economy seats on its non-stop flights from Singapore to Newark, San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as Singapore Airlines’ fifth freedom route between Frankfurt and New York (JFK). These routes didn’t quite fit onto the map below.

Here’s an overview of all other Singapore Airlines and SilkAir routes eligible for this month’s new KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes promotion:

Singapore Airlines and SilkAir routes included in February's Spontaneous Escapes promo
Singapore Airlines and SilkAir routes included in February’s Spontaneous Escapes promo

Join the discussion about the monthly KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals on the Australian Frequent Flyer forum: KF Spontaneous Escapes


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