This week's SuperDeals

Published November 29, 2023


Los Angeles — Jakarta 60% OFF

May 2024

Singapore Airlines (Economy)

Roundtrip (2 Stop / 2 Stop)

ATC price
$630 →

Regular price
~ $1600

~ $970


Zürich — Bangkok 65% OFF

April 2024

Saudia (Economy)

Roundtrip (2 Stop / 2 Stop)

ATC price
€419 →

Regular price
~ €1200

~ €781


Perth — Kuala Lumpur 54% OFF

April 2023


Roundtrip (1 Stop / 1 Stop)

ATC price
A$273 →

Regular price
~ A$600

~ A$327


Bali — Seoul 57% OFF

December 2023

VietJet Air (Economy)

Roundtrip (1 Stop / 1 Stop)

ATC price
$215 →

Regular price
~ $500

~ $285

More SuperDeals?Check your inbox!

Every month, we send 20-30 handpicked SuperDeals to our subscribers. Many of these offers have an extended “shelf life” — lasting weeks — giving you the freedom to plan ahead.

Tapping into these deals can be your shortcut to substantial savings. So, before confirming your next flight booking, we recommend you look into your email inbox for the previous issues of the Air Traveler Club newsletter. Your golden flight ticket could be waiting there.

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How to book SuperDeals?

Our go-to solution for finding cheap airfares is Google Flights. Whenever we send SuperDeals to 110,000 members of Air Traveler Club, we include links to Google Flights so each deal can be booked immediately.

Google Flights’ powerful engine simplifies airfare hunting. It searches and compares flight prices available from airlines and online travel agencies (OTAs) such as Expedia,, or However, it doesn’t sell flights directly to travelers – instead, it passes users on to the airline or OTA to book directly with them.

When you follow the link, you’ll be directed to the Google Flights search page filled out with the SuperDeal details: the departure and arrival airports and dates with the lowest possible price.

Booking deals with Google Flights: booking options
Google Flights booking options usually show prices available on the official airline website and selected OTAs

Google Flights then showcases various options for booking the deal: you can almost always book directly with the airline (by cutting out the middleman) or – alternatively – with an OTA that offers the same flight at a similar price. Once you have chosen your booking option, you will be redirected to the external website where you can finalize your ticket purchase.

Am I getting a good deal?

How to know if the flight we sent you is actually saving you money? Again, Google Flights has the answer. One of its standout features is a color-coded bar that appears underneath the booking options. It provides a visual representation of the price in comparison to the typical fare (for the same route, class, and airline) – indicating whether it is lower, average, or higher.

If the marker falls within the green zone (“price is low”) don’t hesitate to secure this deal as it is significantly – 40% to 80% – cheaper than average and unlikely to drop further.

Booking deals with Google Flights: price history
A visual representation of the flight price. In this example, the SuperDeal saves more than 50% compared to the regular fare.

Expired deals? Here's how to revive them

A green zone almost always indicates the best possible price. However, if you see that your flight has the marker within the orange zone (“price is typical”) or in the red zone (“price is higher”), it means that the deal has already ‘expired’.

Booking deals with Google Flights: price graph
Price Graph tool: find similar deals by looking at different dates and trip lengths

The good news is that you may still be able to find the specific SuperDeal. Deals often ‘expire’ because airlines frequently move cheaper flights further away from the departure date. The SuperDeal you’re looking for may still be available – but for different date combinations. This is when the Google Flights Price Graph tool comes in handy, where you can experiment with various dates and trip lengths.