Get ready to escape to over 65 destinations! What better way to kick start the year than planning for your dream trip in 2020? Scoot is running a sale to over 65 destinations with fares starting from as low as S$58! In addition, get up to 10% off* selected FlyBag and FlyBagEat fares for travel period 1 Feb 2020 to 30 May 2020 with promo code ESCAPE10. Click here or on the fares below to access the sale. Sale Period: 1000hrs
Fuel your 2020’s wanderlust Count down to New Year with Scoot and plan your travel to 65 cities with a 20% off promo code. Valid only for use today (31 Dec): enter the promo code FLY2020 and you will enjoy an instant 20% off selected fares when you search for a flight on flyscoot.com Travel to Taipei, Bangkok, Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka and many more. Click on the fares below to be re-directed to the Scoot’s booking page. Sale Period (GMT
Feed your need to travel with Scoot Scoot will be running a one-day only sale on 24 December 2019 offering up to 50% off fares to 64 cities in the world. Enjoy discounted fares to Hokkaido, Bangkok, Athens, Osaka, Taipei, Seoul and more. The sale will start at 7am, while seats last. Click here to access the sale or check out the sale below: Sale Period (GMT +8): 0700hr 24 Dec 2019 (Tue) – 2359hr 24 Dec 2019 (Tue) Terms &
Book your next flight to over 60 dream destinations with your UOB Card. Sale period: 23 – 26 October 2019 Travel period: Varies by destinations Enter promo code UOBFLY to get up to 30% OFF* selected Economy fares Click here to book now. Click on the fares below to be re-directed to the booking page. Sale Period: 1000hr 23 Oct 2019 (Wed) – 2359hr 26 Oct 2019 (Sat) Terms & Conditions: Promotional code is case-sensitive and the discount applies to non-promotional base fare only.
Good news if you are planning a getaway Now it makes sense to fly with Scoot as the budget carrier has announced on Facebook that they will be doing away with payment processing fees. Yes, you don’t have to pay $20 fee/person in addition to your fares anymore. (or $6 via AXS) We know exactly how you feel when you thought you got a good fare deal only to realize that you have to pay more because of the payment