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Singapore Airlines features in my top 10 Business Class airlines and their Black Friday seat sale is offering some excellent deals.
Roundtrip airfares from the United States to Asia start at $449. Examples include Los Angeles to Tokyo for $449, Houston to Bali, Bangkok and more for $599 and San Francisco to Hong Kong for $549. Premium Economy is also on sale with prices starting at $1,050 from Los Angeles to Tokyo.
For those who want to fly to Europe in Business Class, tickets from New York to Frankfurt are being offered at $1,100 for Premium Economy and $1,999 for Business Class. You can see these offers and more on Singapore Airlines.
Seats must be booked by midnight November 27, 2017 for travel from January 15, 2018 to June 30, 2018. All travel must be completed by July 31, 2018 and you can read my Singapore Airlines Business Class flight reviews to find out what your experience will be like.
Probably Our Favourite Offer: Free Bitcoin & Free Airline Miles
This is actually an ongoing offer not restricted to Black Friday or Cyber Monday, but seeing as Bitcoin seems to be on a roll, with a current price of around $8000 and predictions of Bitcoin being worth $100,000 – $2 million over the next 5-10 years, it might be just the time to jump on this bandwagon. It is worth noting that investing in cryptocurrencies remains a gamble but you can start small and if you simply invest coffee money ($10-$20), you have little to lose. One the most educated articles I have read trying to make sense of Bitcoin can be found on Moneyweek.
If you do decide to buy Bitcoin, make sure you set it up using a coinbase referral link like mine. Once you buy or sell $100 USD (£76) of digital currency or more, you will get $10 USD (£7) of free Bitcoin (as will your referrer, which on the link above would be me). I have also found Bitcoin to be a great way of boosting my airline miles. To the moon…
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