[FARE GONE] Japan Airlines – Starting $328: United States – Singapore. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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A good sale Singapore.

  • San Francisco [SFO] – $435
  • Los Angeles [LAX] – $328
  • San Diego [SAN] – $442
  • Dallas [DFW] – $418
  • Chicago [ORD] – $328
  • New York [JFK] – $328
  • Boston [BOS] – $418

Update –

  1. We know some dates don’t price exactly. Try all the sites we listed.
  2. Elite Qualifying Dollars – its 0.06 of distance. So from New York, it would be about $1,200 (20k miles flown x 0.06) when crediting to AA. And about $960 from San Francisco and somewhere between that from other cities if it is all JL coded. Some flights have AA flight numbers – we believe these are issued by JL and in that instance it will still be 0.06 of distance. However, if you get a ticket number that begins with 001 (AA ticket), then it will yield very little elite dollars.

Update 4/7/2017 @ 11:45AM Eastern – fare gone

Singapore – Photo: Jaafar Alnasser via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Travel Date:

  • Sample from New York
  • September 18th – 25th
  • This is just ONE SAMPLE travel date, for more availability, please follow the “Fare Availability” and “How to Search for Availability” instructions below

Fare Availability:

  • Valid for travel on the outbound in April or September – November or January, 2018 – February, 2018 for Monday through Thursday departures and returns. Availability is limited. Must purchase at least 3 days in advance of departure
  • Please note that while this fare is valid at time of posting, if this post is more than two days old, the fare is likely gone.

How to Search for Availability:

You cannot buy tickets using ITA. To buy, follow our instructions in the “How to Book” section below.

Fare Class:

  • N


  •  JFK – NRT (Tokyo) – SIN (Singapore) – NRT – JFK



Japan Airlines is a member of the Oneworld Alliance and American partner. Mileage earning with American is as follows:

  • Miles Flown: 20,106 miles or 1.6 cents per mile

  • Elite Qualifying Miles: 10,053 miles
  • Redeemable Miles: 5,026 miles

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Background Information:

  • Visa: US Citizens – Not required. Other nationals, check the TIMATIC Visa Database
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD). $1USD = 1.41 SGD

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Comments (26)

  • Jason 6 years ago Reply

    JAL bumps prices 400% and Priceline says the flights are unbookable, even though it displays the prices as advertised. Anyone actually have any success booking?

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago Reply

    @Jason – we booked via Expedia for January 2018 travel.

  • LLD 6 years ago Reply

    Expedia worked for the September dates

  • Edie 6 years ago Reply

    Just booked via Japan Airlines site for Jan 11-Jan 22 from JFK for $341.5!

  • Edie 6 years ago Reply

    Has anyone been able to find a stopover?

  • Donna 6 years ago Reply

    Booked Oct 26-Nov 6 on JAL website (from JFK)! Thank you theflightdeal!

  • Brian Yuan 6 years ago Reply

    Anyone know whether Expedia’s 24 hour cancellation policy is like Priceline’s? Priceline’s only counts business days e.g. Friday booking allows you up until Monday to cancel for free.

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago Reply

    @Brian – we booked this morning and our Expedia risk free cancellation says until April 10th at 11:59PM. So just like Priceline’s.

    Brian Yuan 6 years ago

    Thanks The Flight Deal, you guys da best 🙂

  • Louis 6 years ago Reply

    The fares from NY appear to be gone.

  • Miss S 6 years ago Reply

    booked 450 with layover – mostly interested in japan but free one day to get food in SIN!

  • Raven 6 years ago Reply

    Was able to book 6 tickets from NY for 355 each in February. Thanks The Flight Deal! Ready for another family vacation!

  • Marisa Jackels 6 years ago Reply

    Is it truly gone now? Anyone know if calling the airline or Priceline can still get the deal? Thanks!!!

  • Melanie 6 years ago Reply

    the fares from LAX in September seem to be gone

  • JoEllen 6 years ago Reply

    This is why I HATE Priceline, Expedia and the like. You have to have a crystal ball to find a fare that’s advertised for what ?…15 minutes and then it is gone. Nevermind, I’ll just use my non-rev airline employee benefits and fly for $28/roundtrip !!

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago Reply

    @JoEllen – the fare lasted about 12 hours. and no crystal ball is required if you follow the instructions in the post.

    Credit 6 years ago

    Impressed you travel in economy, unlike other bloggers.

    @joellen, don’t forget, not to wear leggings

  • Sophia Wu 6 years ago Reply

    Did anyone else’s flight get cancelled? Because mine did !!

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago Reply

    @Sophia Wu – which travel online travel agent did you use to book? and when did you book?

    Sophia Wu 6 years ago

    I booked through just fly .. I got my confirmation and I even pulled my flight up on japan airlines then 12 hours later I got a cancellation email 🙁

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago

    @Sophia – about what time did you book? we booked around 3am eastern on april 7th via expedia and our itinerary is still intact. just want to get some data points. thanks.

    Sophia Wu 6 years ago

    Nope I’m def trynna figure out if this only happened to me or other people as well. I booked at 9:30am eastern time on April 7th.

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago

    @Sophia – we received one other comment with someone using Gotogate to book and it got cancelled. we haven’t had anyone reporting cancellations with expedia, priceline bookings.

  • Daryl Ann Jones 6 years ago Reply

    The fares are still available from LAX in Feb.

  • Philip Burkart 6 years ago Reply

    @the flight deal –
    First, THANK YOU SO MUCH! We’ve been able to take MANY amazing trips because of you.

    One of the most amazing places we’ve been is Railay Beach, Krabi Thailand. Please look up images- it was only $70 R/T when I checked from SIN.

    We hate to revisit since there’s so much to see, so I think we’re doing AUSTRALIA this time. Still a steal!

    Do you have any places you recommend for natural beauty and quiet from SIN?

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago Reply

    @Philip – dont have any good suggestions for you as we usually go to Singapore to eat, eat and eat.

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