Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer: Spontaneous Escapes for March & April 2024

Singapore Airlines has just released its latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes promotion for discounted award bookings on select Singapore Airlines flights worldwide. Book using KrisFlyer miles until February 29, 2024 to score a 30% discount for travel on select flights from March 1–April 30, 2024.

This time around, there are deals in economy, premium economy, and business class to a number of destinations throughout its Asian and South Pacific networks, as well as opportunities to fly premium economy and business class to North America and Europe. 

What Are KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes?

KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes are promotional discounts on Singapore Airlines flights that offer reduced KrisFlyer redemptions on select routes. The class of service and destinations available through the promotion differ each time, and are subject to a number of conditions.

Spontaneous Escapes must be booked during a specified period of time, and are eligible for a limited period of travel. This time, you have until February 29, 2024 to book, and from March 1–April 30, 2024 to travel, with some blackout dates throughout the month.

It’s worth noting that the travel window is two months this time around, while it’s typically just one month.

Spontaneous Escapes are valid for redemptions on Singapore Airlines flights booked through or through the app.

The discounts aren’t applicable to Singapore Airlines flights through other loyalty programs, such as Aeroplan, or with codeshare flights through KrisFlyer. 

There are a limited number of seats available with promotional pricing, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Spontaneous Escapes can’t be changed or cancelled once booked, so you’ll want to be sure that you’re able to travel on the ticket once it’s confirmed. 

Lastly, Spontaneous Escapes are valid on one-way and round-trip bookings; however, no stopovers are permitted, and waitlist redemptions aren’t allowed.

The full list of terms and conditions may be found on the KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes website.

KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes for March & April 2024

This month’s list of Spontaneous Escapes this time is quite extensive once again, and covers destinations across Singapore Airlines’s vast network. 

On many routes between Singapore and Europe, Asia, Oceania, and North America, you can score a 30% discount on KrisFlyer redemptions in economy, premium economy, or business class, depending on the destination.

The full list of destinations can be found on the KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes website. In many cases, the deals are linked to specific flight numbers or directions of travel, and may be subject to blackout dates, so you’ll want to give the list a close read if you’re planning on taking advantage of the promotion.

If you’re looking to fly from Singapore to Auckland or Christchurch, you can book a flight in business class for 47,950 KrisFlyer miles. 

For travel from Singapore to Johannesburg in March, you can get a flight in business class for 39,550 miles.

Moving further afield, you can fly from Paris or Brussels to Singapore for 72,450 KrisFlyer miles.

Once again, the most interesting Spontaneous Escapes offer this month for North Americans is for the fifth freedom business class flights between Frankfurt and New York (JFK), which can cost as little as 56,700 miles. That’s a great price for almost nine hours in the comfort of Singapore Airlines business class.

When it comes to other North American routes, you’ll be limited to flying in premium economy with this month’s Spontaneous Escapes.

For example, you can try out the fifth freedom flight between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita, which is available in premium economy for 51,100 miles, with wide-open availability.

Or, you can fly between New York (JFK) and Frankfurt in either direction for 36,400 KrisFlyer miles with this month’s Spontaneous Escapes.

There’s no registration required for this promotion, and you simply complete an award booking through the Singapore Airlines website as you normally would. Just sign in to your account, and make sure to select “Redeem miles” before you begin your search.

You’ll need to keep an eye out for flights that price out according to the Spontaneous Escapes charts, as there is limited availability with the 30% discount. It’s pretty easy to spot, though, as the word “Promo” is clearly displayed in the results.

Spotting the deals is easy, since the lowest prices for each day appear in week-long chunks at the top of the search results.

How to Earn Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Miles

In Canada, HSBC Rewards is the sole transfer partner to KrisFlyer, with a 25:9 ratio.

In other words, you’ll get 9,000 KrisFlyer miles for every 25,000 HSBC Rewards points you transfer. Points must be transferred in increments of 10,000 after the first 25,000.

Keep in mind that HSBC Rewards is about to become a thing of the past, as once the acquisition by RBC is done in March 2024, you’ll no longer be able to transfer points.

Therefore, you may want to have a look at this month’s Spontaneous Escapes, and then transfer your HSBC Rewards to KrisFlyer for an upcoming valuable redemption.

As always, you can transfer Marriott Bonvoy points to KrisFlyer miles at the optimal ratio of 60,000 points = 25,000 miles. Otherwise, you’ll have to look south of the border to US-issued credit cards to earn KrisFlyer miles.

Luckily, KrisFlyer is a transfer partner of all major US banks at a 1:1 ratio, including American Express US Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards, and Capital One Miles.

Therefore, a redemption through KrisFlyer should be well within the reach of anyone with access to the lucrative US credit card scene.


Singapore Airlines has released its latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes promotion, valid for bookings made until February 29, 2024 for travel from March 1–April 30, 2024.

There are some great opportunities to score a Singapore Airlines flight in economy, premium economy, or business class this month to destinations in Asia, Oceania, Europe, and North America.

Be sure to lock in a booking through the promotion sooner than later, as seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

1 Comment
  1. Dave

    It’s so annoying that they only offer the discounts in one direction on some routes (i.e. SIN-CDG, SIN-SFO/JFK)…

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