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Singapore Airlines + Stopover

Singapore Airlines + Stopover

  1. Mimi

    Hi there! So I was able to book a ticket for Suite Class on Singapore Airlines for LAX-NRT-SIN about 2wks ago on the saver level. YaY! But I just realized (I clearly didn’t read through the blog thoroughly til now) that I am allowed a stopover (duh!). So with that Stopover option, I want to revise my itinerary from LAX-NRT-SIN (stopover)- SYD (final destination). Is there any way I can redo this and still keep my original LAX departure date?? I checked saver level awards for First/Suites for SIN-SYD and they seem pretty available. I checked the LAX-NRT-SIN itinerary and it’s waitlisted, so I clearly took the last saver level award seat. Any help and suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=1218]@Mimi[/USER] have you tried calling SQ? I know SQ offers a discount for booking online so I’m not sure how changes work. Maybe [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] might know.

  3. Anonymous

    Yep, you should be able to change it for a fee without losing the space you already have. Just ask for the online price since you “weren’t able to do this yourself online.”

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