Triple BA Miles Offer in Club and First 3 August -10 SeptemberBack to Forum
AnonymousGuest28 Jul 2009
If you fly to Chicago, Hong Kong or 16 other destinations as an Executive Club member in First or Club World cabins between 3 August and 10 September 2009, you’ll earn triple BA Miles.
No further info as yet….28 Jul 2009
As it happens, I will be flying to LAX during this period. Haven’t booked the ticket yet. Do you know if this offer will apply for LAX (or possibly SFO) as well?30 Jul 2009
You heard it here first, but this offer has now been formally announced, seems only exLHR in Club and First and does not include the less expensive fare classes:
HOW MANY BA MILES COULD A ROUND TRIP EARN?
Destination Club World * First *
Chicago 47,400 59,250
San Francisco 64,296 80,370
Boston 39,210 49,008
Newark 41,496 51,870
Calgary 52,272 65,340
Toronto 42,642 53,298
Montreal 39,024 48,780
Vancouver 56,562 70,698
Sao Paolo 70,752 88,440
Hong Kong 71,754 89,688
Beijing 60,642 75,798
Bangkok 71,034 88,788
Bangalore 60,000 75,000
Dubai 40,842 51,048
Riyadh 36,882 46,098
Jeddah 35,466 44,328
Cairo 26,250 32,808
Tel Aviv 26,592 33,240
* The following fare classes are eligible for this promotion: First (F, A) and Club World (J, C, D).
Please see terms and conditions for further details3 Aug 2009
Double bad for me 🙁
I fly via LHR, but it is not the starting point.
I am going to LAX, not SFO. Obviously, I could have chosen SFO an a connection, but …
Besides, when I fly discounted business, I suppose it does not apply then.
Anyways, thanks for the update!3 Aug 2009
Not at all rude.
For the return ticket to LAX via LHR (J class to LHR and I class between LHR and LAX) I paid £2043.
I was considering breaking up the tickets and add a flight from SFO to LAX so I would have my intercontinental starting from LHR and thus qualify for the triple offer, but when I checked online, BA was asking £6372 for just the LHR – SFO leg.
Obviously, that was out of question. Quite frankly, I am stunned by the difference. If I were living on the islands I would definitely consider a one way ticket out of England to start the trip elsewhere and save £4300…
This of course provided you do not check any luggage.4 Aug 2009