What is the cheapest way to get from Singapore to Hong Kong?

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I booked a trip from Yantai (China) to Hong Kong, one way tickets (there and back) 1RMB plus the tax of 245rmb each way....During the afternoon on a Wednesday.

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If you are looking for a direct flight from Singapore to Hong Kong, Scoot is usually the cheapest (but there is only 1 flight per day and it's a red-eye flight), followed by Tiger Air, Jetstar Asia, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and Singapore Airlines (best service but most expensive).

The cheapest fare I have paid for a SIN-HKG return flight is SGD133, on Scoot. It's a bare minimum fare - no check-in luggage and no in-flight meal. And I paid the fare using a SAM machine, as using credit card incurs a charge.
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