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In celebration of Singapore’s 50th anniversary, Emirates is offering fantastic fares from 10 US gateways for travel through the end of the year. Officially, fares are priced $1,749 for two economy class tickets and $7,999 for two in business class (tickets must be purchased in pairs), but we found some cheaper options while searching. Travelers can also take advantage of a buy two, get one free night deal at participating hotels.

To take advantage of the deals, input the promo code “USSIN15” when searching for a flight on Emirates website. Flights must be purchased by midnight ET on August 10, 2015.

Airline(s): Emirates
Route(s): DFW, JFK, LAX to SIN
Booking Link: Orbitz

We’ve compiled some sample dates for you below.

Dallas (DFW)-Singapore (SIN) for $841 per person on Emirates (earns 5,250 miles + 5,250 tier miles):

Dallas (DFW)-Singapore (SIN) for $841 on Emirates .
Dallas (DFW)-Singapore (SIN) for $841 on Emirates .

New York (JFK)-Singapore (SIN) for $873 per person on Emirates (earns 4,750 miles + 4,750 tier miles):

New York (JFK)-Singapore (SIN) for $873 on Emirates.

Los Angeles (LAX)-Singapore (SIN) for $3,998 per person in business class (earns 21,000 miles + 21,000 tier miles):

Los Angeles (LAX)-Singapore (SIN) for $3,998 on Emirates.

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For more on Singapore, check out our Destination of the Week post.

If you’re able to score one of these tickets, please share the good news in the comments below!

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