Error Fare: Fly Roundtrip from Singapore to Jeju for S$333 nett

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Scoot is resuming flights from Singapore to Jeju, South Korea from 15 June 2022.

The airline recently announced this new route on Facebook and advertised a “promotional” one-way fare of S$300. So, this looks like an error fare!

Scoot’s Facebook post

The deal

Fly from Singapore to Jeju for just S$333 nett on some dates in June 2022.

Book directly at flyscoot.com.

Scoot A321neo (Photo credit: Scoot)

Available dates

For the flight from Singapore to Jeju, aim for a fare of S$180.

For the flight from Jeju to Singapore, aim for a fare of S$153.

At the time of writing, I saw these fares for both flights on the following dates:

15, 17, 19, 22, 24, 26 June 2022

Sample itinerary

What does the fare include?

These are flight-only fares and each passenger may bring a maximum of 2 pieces of cabin baggage with combined weight not exceeding 10kg. Passengers may pre-purchase 20kg checked baggage for S$45 per flight.

Passengers may also select seats and meals at an additional cost.

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Testing requirements to South Korea

The South Korean government has recently announced that from 23 May 2022, travellers will be able to take an ART/RAT pre-departure test (previously PCR).

On top of that, from 1 June 2022, travellers will need to take PCR test within 3 days (previously same-day) from arrival in South Korea.

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Bottom line

This is a great fare for roundtrip flights to Jeju. With the insane hotel prices that we are seeing in Singapore, it probably makes more sense to use that money to fly to South Korea. Act fast before they are gone!

3 thoughts on “Error Fare: Fly Roundtrip from Singapore to Jeju for S$333 nett”

  1. hi, i taking the scoot flight to jeju. how do i book the on arrival pcr test? there is none offered at the airport and i’m required to go to one of the hospitals in jeju to get tested. how to book with the hospitals?

    Reply
    • Hi Waheda, I am not sure about that. Maybe you can get more information here: https://www.airport.co.kr/jejueng/cms/frCon/index.do?MENU_ID=440

      Hope everything goes smoothly for you!

      Reply
  2. Don’t think it’s error fair, it’s a particularly risky time to visit Jeju as it potential typhoon with weather change from spring to summer

    Reply

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