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[United.ca] CDN Cities to Singapore (+Japan= $120+), returning from Beijing on United/ANA from $515 CDN Roundtrip, Taxes Included!

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[United.ca] CDN Cities to Singapore (+Japan= $120+), returning from Beijing on United/ANA from $515 CDN Roundtrip, Taxes Included!

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As seen on Secretflying: Canadian Cities (Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary) to Singapore, returning from Beijing (to Canada) is pricing out as low as $515CDN, roundtrip, taxes included.

See the below Secretflying link for working date combinations:

https://www.secretflying.com/posts/cana ... roundtrip/

***This is a open jaw itinerary. You still need to book a separate flight from Singapore to Beijing

Thanks to user Coopercold for discovering that you can include Japan in your itinerary for as little as $120 extra

Example:

March 20: Ottawa, Montreal or Toronto to Tokyo
April 5: Tokyo to Singapore
April 16: Beijng to Ottawa, Montreal or Toronto

=$653+ CDN Total

https://www.google.ca/flights?safe=acti ... 0911917097

**Advice:
-Don't book through Momondo/different OTA (online travel agencies)websites. Instead use Google Flights, and book directly with United Airlines. Booking with OTA's can cause some headaches down the road (if there's any schedule changes, cancellations, or an OTA just cancelling due to it thinking it's a "mistake fare"). Booking through United means dealing directly with the airline when there's a problem.

-Booking through United:
—United Airlines has a 24 hour free cancellation policy. Buy now think later (well for 24 hours after purchase at least).

Schedule change:
—If your scheduled departure or arrival time changes by 30 minutes or more, we're happy to try to find other available flight options that meet your needs. Please keep the following in mind when you call:
—Your origin and destination will have to be the same as on your original itinerary.
—If you have a connection, you may be able to choose a different connecting city or airport.
—Alternative flights must be operated by United or our United Express® partners

Free Refunds:
When a schedule change happens, we try our best to provide you with options that minimize the disruption to your travel plans. In cases where the new flight options don't work for you and one of the following scenarios applies, we may be able to offer you a refund:
—The scheduled departure or arrival time changes by two hours or more.
—The change causes issues with the overall length of the trip, such as making the connection time too short or significantly longer than it originally was.

https://www.united.com/ual/en/us/fly/he ... anges.html
Last edited by oj777 on Jul 6th, 2018 5:19 pm, edited 6 times in total.
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Good deal if u dont get kicked out
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Toronto
Fyi you still need to set aside $$ for the flight from Singapore to Beijing.
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Also involves a painful flight over 16 hours from SFO to SIN in eco class...

Edit: Didn't mean to shit on the deal, it's a very hot deal IMO.
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Nov 23, 2017
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Good deal, but tickets have been regularly available at this price.
Regularly meaning, at least 3 times in 2018, and have remained at that price for 2-3 week periods
You don't have to worry about them cancelling on you.
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Faeton wrote:
Jul 6th, 2018 1:40 pm
Fyi you still need to set aside $$ for the flight from Singapore to Beijing.
without going through BJ,....it is $609...still HOT price to me..
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Price seems good as long as you don't get re-accommodated.
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Fly United: "you better obey our rules or we'll knock you the * out!!"
Last edited by MrDisco on Jul 6th, 2018 5:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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edit: cancelled my ticket
Last edited by saufer on Jul 7th, 2018 1:26 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Wow, great fare, but getting a GPU-able W+ class is still a little too pricey...
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coopercold wrote:
Jul 6th, 2018 3:15 pm
FYI: I expect to earn 8860 Aeroplan miles too. At a conservative 1.5 cents per mile, that's $132.90 value back. So the real cost is only 536.26 - 9.38 - 132.90 = $393.98 -- or less!

By the way, two (2) 50 lbs bags are included in the fare, plus your carry-on and personal item. I was also able to choose the seats for all my flights (except the YYZ to SFO leg).
Is that like a standard Aeroplan rate?
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Redsanta wrote:
Jul 6th, 2018 1:35 pm
Good deal if u dont get kicked out
You mean don't get dragged out - I couldn't help it lol
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How are you planning to go from SIN to PEK? very tempted to take the same route as the travel time s more reasonable as well as an opportunity to see Denver.

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