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United Airlines: Roundtrip Flight from Los Angeles to Singapore EXPIRED

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United Airlines via Expedia offers Roundtrip Flights (Non-Stop) from Los Angeles (LAX) to Singapore (SIN) for $384. Thanks axIguy and serra

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United Airlines has dropped their Los Angeles (LAX) to Singapore (SIN) nonstop route to $384 roundtrip. Availability is October 2017 to mid-December 2017.

Search using Google Flights [google.com]:

https://www.google.com/flights/#s...9;a=UA;s=0

Find your dates and book ASAP!

This is also available starting from NYC and flying through LAX/SFO on your way to Singapore on United for just $100 more. Availability through next May!


https://www.expedia.com/Flights-S...F2017TANYT
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Last Edited by axIguy October 7, 2017 at 10:32 PM
Sample LAX Departure Dates:

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OCTOBER [google.com]: 29-31
NOVEMBER [google.com]: 1, 2, 4-9, 11-15, 19-29
DECEMBER [google.com]: 3-6
Sample LAX Return Dates:

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Combine one of the below with your chosen departure date from the Sample Departure Dates section to create a roundtrip. The maximum time you can stay in Singapore with this fare is 3 months so keep that in mind when choosing your departure and return dates.

October: 29-31
November: 1-3, 5-16, 21-24, 28-30
December: 1, 3-7, 11-14, 18-28
January: 10-12, 14-31
February: 1-9, 11-23, 25-28
March: 1-5


Use those dates and plug into Priceline [priceline.com], Orbitz [orbitz.com], CheapOAir [cheapoair.com] or Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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If SIN bores you after 2 days, low cost carrier Scoot will fly you cheaply to other destinations in Asia/Australia.
eg SIN-BKK $84 RT pp.
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Added sample departure dates to the wiki. Seems like their is decent availability - especially in November.
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Return date is vital to the deal too, tried May return and it came up as $850+
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If SIN bores you after 2 days, low cost carrier Scoot will fly you cheaply to other destinations in Asia/Australia.
eg SIN-BKK $84 RT pp.
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LAX - SIN nonstop is a brand new route. Doesn't even start flying until Oct 27.
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can it be done in reverse?
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can it be done in reverse?
Run your dates on KAYAK and get back to us.
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Return date is vital to the deal too, tried May return and it came up as $850+
You can try clicking the Google Flights links in the wiki for any of the departure dates and then play around with the return dates to see the fares.

I haven't looked at the fare rules, but based on the pricing, it seems to require a return within 3 months of departure. So if you tried a November departure and a May return, that wouldn't price at the lowest fare.
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If SIN bores you after 2 days, low cost carrier Scoot will fly you cheaply to other destinations in Asia/Australia.
eg SIN-BKK $84 RT pp.
Definitely this. Singapore can be expensive (and maybe boring) to stay in but there are a whole host of Southeast Asian destinations on it's doorstep that have a lot to offer - good/cheap food, beaches, cheap accommodation, etc.
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LAX to SIN is a long ass flight. I did it on Singapore air when they did the all business class flight which made it bearable. Being stuck in economy for that long would suck! Ideally you have some status and can upgrade to economy plus.
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Definitely this. Singapore can be expensive (and maybe boring) to stay in but there are a whole host of Southeast Asian destinations on it's doorstep that have a lot to offer - good/cheap food, beaches, cheap accommodation, etc.
We just had to cancel this trip due to health reasons, but after much research, Bali and Cebu or Puerta Princesa in the Philippines are good options. Some Australian destinations are also much cheaper from here.
My 1st Choice that I'd LOVE to go back to and VERY cheap from here is Thailand... mainly Railay Beach!! You MUST look up photos on Google, absolutely amazing!!!
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Good way to get miles but Dollar requirement for elite status is a pain
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