THIS IS NO DAD JOKE Insanely Cheap Return fares to Singapore For Father’s Day


This is not sponsored just a seriously awesome deal I wanted to tell you about … 

In 3 weeks I will be sitting at an awesome resort in Singapore with my family of 5 all because Scoot offer insanely cheap airfairs.  This post is not sponsored I paid for our tickets over 6 months ago.  For our family of 5 it cost just over $2000 to get us to Singpore for a holiday which is AMAZING!!  I love budget airlines which fly overseas as they make it possible for us to take our kids on adventures in other countries without it costing us the earth.  We have taken our kids to both Cambodia and Thailand flying budget airlines and we have never had an issue.

Scoot gave me the heads up that they were doing an amazing Father’s Day deal which are airfares from $250 RETURN.  You can give dad the gift of a family holiday this Father’s Day woohooo.  You can book fairs at these prices for the whole family not just dad but you will have to be quick. The sale starts on the September 4th 2015.

Here is a little more info below …

A ticket from Perth to Singapore return is from $250 including taxes (economy FLY  food and bags extra) and from $600 return in ScootBiz (including bag and meal).

From Gold Coast it is a tiny $330 return (economy FLY food and bags extra) and $700 in ScootBiz, return, including all taxes.

From Sydney and Melbourne* it is a tiny $350 return (economy FLY food and bags extra) and $700 in ScootBiz, return, including all taxes.

Flying aboard Scoot’s brand new fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners – for a well-earned break in the Lion City – Singapore.

On sale from 0001 Friday September 4 till 0900 on Tuesday 8th September (Singapore/Perth time)

Travel Period (PER/OOL/SYD – SIN): 1 Oct 2015 – 15 Nov 2015; 15 Jan 2016 – 26 Mar 2016. Blackout periods may apply over school holidays and event periods.

Travel Period (MEL – SIN): 1 Nov 2015 – 15 Nov 2015; 15 Jan 2016 – 26 Mar 2016. Blackout periods may apply over school holidays and event periods.

Book your tickets at or contact their Call Centre

* Melbourne flights commence Nov 1, 2015

About Scoot™

Scoot™, which started flying in June 2012, has carried 5 million guests and welcomed home its first 787 Dreamliner in February 2015. The airline operates medium and long haul no-frills flights between Singapore and Sydney, Gold Coast, Bangkok, Taipei, Tokyo, Tianjin, Shenyang, Nanjing, Qingdao, Seoul, Hong Kong, Perth, Osaka, Kaohsiung and soon to Hangzhou and Melbourne. Scoot provides – in addition to fantastic value airfares – a safe, reliable and contemporary travel experience with a unique attitude – Scootitude™. By September 2015 Scoot will operate an all-787 fleet, offering more comfort and amenities including on-board Wi-Fi Internet connectivity and in-seat power. Scoot is passionate about changing the way people travel long distance. Book your tickets at or contact our Call Centre.

Scoot was voted 2015 Best Low Cost Airline (Asia/Pacific) by and ranked in the Top 10 of the World’s Best Low-Cost Airlines in 2015 by Skytrax.

Terms and Conditions

Fares comprise the price of the air ticket and associated taxes and surcharges. Taxes and surcharges are subject to change due to currency fluctuations. Fares indicated are for round-trip travel, for travel originating out of Gold Coast, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne. Blackout periods may apply during school holidays and event periods. Unless stated otherwise, Economy class fares exclude checked baggage, meals, inflight entertainment and other optional charges, such as service fees that may be levied for bookings made through the Call Centre. Offer is valid for online bookings made at and on Scoot’s mobile app for supported devices only. Payment processing fees per guest segment are not included. Full list of fees are available at Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all dates. Bookings are not refundable except as provided in the Conditions of Carriage. All the terms and conditions are available at



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