BA flash Club World sale (£1,000 return to the US)

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  • Jenni Reid
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    BA is offering pairs of Club World seats from £2,019 return for both tickets. Destinations include New York, Miami, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Washington and Dallas, as well as Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

    Other destinations include Beijing, Hong Kong and Bangkok for £2,998, Mumbai, Chennai, Lagos and Abuja for £2,999, Antigua for £2,305, Barbados for £2,332 return and Toronto for £2,399.

    Executive Club members can use Avios part payment – two people travelling together in Club World can pay £619 return and 261,000 Avios.

    Travel is for selected dates between August 13 and September 30 and customers need to book by August 19.

    britishairways.com
    ba.com/luxury-offers

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    TimFitzgeraldTC
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    They also have sales fares for solo travellers to some of the US destinations as well. But the companion pricing looks good (and lower than some Economy fares) on some routes for 2 people were travelling together.

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    mkcol74
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    BA is offering pairs of Club World seats from £2,019 return for both tickets. Destinations include New York, Miami, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Washington and Dallas, as well as Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

    Other destinations include Beijing, Hong Kong and Bangkok for £2,998, Mumbai, Chennai, Lagos and Abuja for £2,999, Antigua for £2,305, Barbados for £2,332 return and Toronto for £2,399.

    Executive Club members can use Avios part payment – two people travelling together in Club World can pay £619 return and 261,000 Avios.

    Travel is for selected dates between August 13 and September 30 and customers need to book by August 19.

    britishairways.com

    ba.com/luxury-offers

    Do we think a BALPA resolution is teetering on the horizon then & BA are trying to drum up customer demand to fill those planes? Surely they wouldn’t want to deliberately put themselves on the hook for large compo payouts if the strike goes ahead which will then be in this travel period?

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    nevereconomy
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    FYI if using big AVIOS part-payment. If the ticket purchased is non-refundable and you cannot travel, the AVIOS are also not refunded.

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