Advertisement

Great Deal Alert: Los Angeles To Singapore Economy Class Roundtrip on Delta for $747

by on July 8, 2013 · 8 comments

in Amazing Deal Alerts, Delta

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

The Flight Deal is reporting some cheap Delta flights from Los Angeles to Singapore in Economy Class. I was able to find these fights for $747 which would yield me 17,558 Medallion Qualifying Miles (4.25 cents per MQM). This fare is available for travel from August 21st-November 30th, and then again from January 1, 2014-May 20, 2014 for Monday through Thursday departures.

As a Platinum Medallion, I would be earning 35,116 redeemable miles. It does book into one of Delta’s lowest fare classes: T, so plan on sitting in coach on these long haul flights since they are not upgrade eligible. If coach is oversold, Medallions may get an operational upgrade to BusinessElite – but don’t count on it.

There is also a FlyerTalk thread on this fare deal which has some other creative routes such as routing through SEA or JFK to earn some extra miles, so take a look there if you are interested in boosting your mileage. Like all fare deals, they usually don’t last that long so it might be wise to jump on it straight away and take advantage of Delta’s 24 hour risk free cancelation policy.

Los Angeles-Singapore for $747 roundtrip.

Los Angeles-Singapore for $747 roundtrip.

While I couldn’t dig up a deal quite as low as those reported via ITA Matrix, I did find a number of roundtrip options for $747, such as one departing on October 15 and returning on October 17 flying through Tokyo-Narita. Considering that the next cheapest option is $1,092 on United, that is still a great price.

Flights in July are currently $1,774, so you are saving about $1,000, along with knocking out over 17,540 miles or 4.3 cents per mile. You have to book through Delta.com, but the ITA Search Tool is a useful resource to find the lowest possible fares, especially if your dates are flexible.

Photo courtesy of YourSingapore.

The glittering Singapore skyline is currently far more accessible.

I spent two very steamy days in Singapore last year, but would welcome the opportunity to see more of the pristine city – especially for such a great price. It is also a convenient stop off point for other destinations such as Bali or Bangkok. As you all know, I am a big fan of Delta – despite our sometimes dysfunctional relationship – due to perks such as pre-departure beverages, consistent WiFi on every domestic flight and generally friendly flight attendants, so I excited to check out this new deal.

As I mentioned the last time that Delta had a similar sale on for this route, it is a long way to go in coach, even though Delta now has Economy Comfort seats, with the layover in Narita you are looking at around 19 hours in the air.

For a less grueling way to rack up a bunch of MQM’s consider picking up the Delta Reserve card,which awards cardholders with 10,000 Medallion qualifying miles with the first purchase, and 15,000 more MQM’s if a member hits $30,000 in spend within the calendar year. The Delta Platinum Amex also offers 5,000 MQM’s after your first purchase and 10,000 MQM’s for $25,000 in annual spend, and another 10,000 MQM’s for $50,000 in annual spending.

Disclaimer: The responses below are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Previous post:

Next post:

  • Mr. Cool

    cheapest upgrade to bidness class = xanax

  • Cammie

    Is Singapore a good connecter to the Maldives from LAX? Would it be smart to book one of these flights, then look for another flight to and from the Maldives from Singapore?

  • Ryan K

    @The Points Guy

    I have a question and wasn’t sure where to ask it, so here we go. On a previous post comment you said that you can convert a Chase Checking Account bonus ($200) to Ultimate Rewards if you have a Sapphire Pref. card. What do I need to make this happen on a bonus I will soon receive?

    Thanks!

  • Pingback: where should I move? (outside of US)()

  • Ben Price

    Or klonopin, to which his/her own.

  • Dan

    Not a bad offer. But for YOU TPG, would you do it? Heck, when was the last time you flew International Long Haul Economy??

  • Fox

    This is such a great deal why does it not work the opposite way SIN-LAX-SIN? I could only find 1,700 dollars!

  • Pingback: Top 10: Reasons To Like Southwest Rapid Rewards | The Points Guy()

Print This Page