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Old Aug 28, 14, 8:22 am   #1
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MH: SIN-KUL-HKT/MNL/REP/SGN (SE.ASIA CITIES) $30 onwards

SIN-KL-MANY SOUTH EAST ASIAN CITIES.

SIN-KUL-MNL-KUL-SIN $30 onwards
SIN-KUL-SGN-KUL-SIN $60 onwards

base fare 1GBP + taxes.
books into V for SIN-KL-SIN leg.

also available one way
dates avail thruout sep/oct

book on gotogate/cheapoair etc.
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Old Aug 28, 14, 8:49 am   #2
  
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Bangkok is also available. $62USD.

Thanks OP!
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Old Aug 28, 14, 8:53 am   #3
  
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Bangkok is also available. $62USD.

Thanks OP!
Some intra-Malaysia flights are also really cheap, including to east Malaysia. I've never seen KUL-BKI for only $50 oneway before, save on Air Asia.

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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:00 am   #4
  
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Sorry. I was looking at one-way tickets. I no longer have a point here.
Even the budget carriers aren't this cheap and if you have Oneworld Status, the QF Lounge @ SIN and MH Lounge @ KUL are nice.

Not sure which Oneworld Lounge at BKK is nice though.
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:01 am   #5
  
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Bookable on malaysiaairlines.com too

Is this a promo? These aren't particularly long flights, but still cheap!
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:03 am   #6
  
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Seeing SIN-KUL-TYO for $395 RT... ~5 cpm
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:04 am   #7
  
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Seeing SIN-KUL-TYO for $395 RT... ~5 cpm
For NRT, it has been like this for awhile, SGD $1.1k for business class is a steal while SQ is asking more than $1.1k in Y.

China cities, PEK & PVG are roughly there too.
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:07 am   #8
  
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Bookable on malaysiaairlines.com too

Is this a promo? These aren't particularly long flights, but still cheap!
SIN to MNL
10/11-16 for $32USD on O
I don't think this is a promo
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:09 am   #9
  
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Do these flights count as segments towards AA elite? If they do, theoretically 15 return flights will qualify you for AA Platinum for $ 450... That would be a very good deal.
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:26 am   #10
  
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Do these flights count as segments towards AA elite? If they do, theoretically 15 return flights will qualify you for AA Platinum for $ 450... That would be a very good deal.
The SIN-KUL-SIN Segments books into V class. So 0.5 each?
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:49 am   #11
  
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Received my ticket number and airline booking ref.

If you guys want to check your tickets on the Malaysia Airlines Website, do not panic if you cannot retrieve it via the main website.

You can retrieve it via the mobile website.

Most importantly, do not call MAS to kill the deal for the rest.

Safe Travels!
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Old Aug 28, 14, 9:56 am   #12
  
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The SIN-KUL-SIN Segments books into V class. So 0.5 each?
I'm not really familiar with AA elite program... Do they work with 0.5 EQS's? Haven't heard of that. I thought that every flight that earns miles (wether it be 0.2 or 0.5 or 1) earns 1 segment.
Could someone either confirm or refute this?
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Old Aug 28, 14, 10:00 am   #13
  
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Anything other than ex-SIN?
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Old Aug 28, 14, 10:08 am   #14
  
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I will probably be the only person on here doing this, but I booked SIN - Brunei for 40 r/t. Thanks OP!
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Old Aug 28, 14, 10:21 am   #15
  
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Class of Service Purchased Fares Booked in:* Base Miles (elite status qualifying) Class of Service Bonus Miles Elite Qualifying Points per Mile Earned
First Class A, F 100% 50% 1.50
Business Class C, D, J, Z 100% 25% 1.25
Full Fare Economy Class Y, B, H 100% 1.00
Economy Class K, M 70% .50
Discount Economy Class L, S, V 50% .50
No Mileage Credit N, O, Q 0% N/A

Note Travel ticketed as an AA marketed flight (booked as an AA flight number) and operated by Malaysia Airlines will earn AAdvantage base miles and elite qualifying miles, points and segments according to the AA mileage accrual chart.

https://www.aa.com/i18n/AAdvantage/e...iaairlines.jsp

V = .5 EQP/EQM
O = 0
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