Deal: Jakarta/Bali to Beijing/Shanghai in Singapore Airlines Business Class for $1,381


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Singapore Airlines is running some pretty good Business Class deals for flights departing from Jakarta, Surabaya and Denpasar, Bali to Chinese cities. Round trip flights go as low as $1,381.

Sample itinerary

Which flights for the new Business Class seats?

Before you get on the plane, see a Business Class seat that looks old and go “oh well, I got what I paid for”, find out which flights you should be booking to get the latest seats. There is no reason to settle for less just because this is a great deal. With the help of Mainly Miles’ brilliant seat tracker, I have come up with the flight numbers that you should try to book for Singapore Airlines’ latest Business Class seats:

2017 long-haul Business Class
Between Singapore and Shanghai: SQ830, SQ833

2013 long-haul Business Class
Between Singapore and Shanghai: SQ825, SQ828, SQ831, SQ836
Between Singapore and Beijing: SQ800, SQ801, SQ805, SQ806

2018 regional Business Class
Between Singapore and Jakarta: SQ964, SQ965
Between Singapore and Denpasar: SQ942, SQ946, SQ943, SQ947

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3 vacations in 1?

If you know me by now, I do not stop here. Let’s see how we can make this deal even better! As long as the first and last flights are within 22 days apart, you can construct a double open-jaw multi-city itinerary like this one below for only $1,521 with weekend flights for all four segments. Of course, you will need a positioning flight to Jakarta and another one from Bali. These one-way flights regularly go on sale for under $100 each.


Stack it up

  1. Click through Rebate Mango to for $15 (1%) cashback. You will receive an additional $5 if you sign up through this link.

  2. Use OCBC 90°N Mastercard for 6,084 miles (4 miles per dollar) worth $103.

  3. You will be booked into fare class ‘D’ for all four segments. Even if you do not hold any status, crediting these flights into Alaska Airlines’ Mileage Plan will give you 200% accrual for a total of about 13,000 miles (worth $286). This is enough for a one-way flight from Singapore to Japan/Korea in Economy for a future vacation. I wrote an article about why I value Alaska miles more than SQ’s Krisflyer.


With Singapore Airlines’ Business Class flights to China typically going for over $2,700, this is a great deal if stacked well and flights constructed for multiple vacations.

Tip of the hat to Unionruler from Flyertalk.

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