Price cut on over 1,600 items KrisShop, Singapore Airlines’ flagship retailer announced that they will be running a sale for the month of June and we were skeptical if it just simply sounds good. The sale will run from now till 28 June 2021. Marketed as the “Mega Mid-Year Deals“, the sale is said to have over 1,600 items on sale with discounts going by as much as 60%! Sounds good for our pocket. We decided to take a look by
Dress your little one in this specially tailored junior sarong kebaya uniform. Made from the same batik fabric that is used for the Singapore Girl’s uniform, the sarong kebaya comes with a blouse and a matching skirt for girls. Synonymous with the heritage and grace of Singapore Airlines, this exclusive junior sarong kebaya set is bound to be a cherished and memorable gift. Available in sizes XS, S, M, L and XL (refer to measurements chart). Do note that the
Last Chance To Pre-Order Singapore Airlines launches the limited edition Singapore Airlines Mahjong Set last month and demand was so strong that it got sold out soon after their release. The mahjong set that features the Airlines’s signature batik motif retails for S$338 or 42,250 miles on KrisShop and scalpers are reportedly reselling it on Carousell for twice the price. Good news. Singapore Airlines has announced that it has start taking pre-orders for the mahjong set, with delivery scheduled to be in
To celebrate 20 years of partnership, American Express (“Amex”) and Singapore Airlines (“SIA”) are holding “The Perfect Vacation at Home Draw”. 20 lucky Card Members will win a 2D1N themed staycation at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore or The Barracks Hotel, 20,000 KrisFlyer miles, and a welcome bag filled with Amex and SIA merchandise to bring home^. Here’s how you can participate in The Perfect Vacation at Home Draw. Apply for an American Express Singapore Airlines Credit Card To participate in the
You may have come across in the news that earlier this year in February and August, the S$112 million Aviation Sector Assistance Package and S$187 million Enhanced Aviation Support Package were rolled out respectively. But more monetary help for the aviation sector is on its way. The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) announced on Tuesday (Dec 29) that the government will provide an additional S$84 million to the aviation sector to aid workers and businesses affected by the pandemic.