Offer: BA luxury sale – First class from £1799, US W Coast from £1999, Club from £1399

british airways first classBA First Class Taken: 17th May 2016 Picture by: Stuart Bailey / British Airways

If you were annoyed by the latest companion offer as you want to travel solo, don’t despair – there are some deals for us solo travellers too! If you missed the companion fares, you can find the latest version here. Don’t forget to look at trying adding a car or hotel for the extra Avios and potential further savings. Best of all you only need to pay a small deposit rather than the full price. The sale ends on 29 October 2019. If you fancy topping up the tier points or a short haul break there are some good Club Europe fares too.

You can book direct with British Airways here or find the cheapest online travel agent price with Skyscanner.

 

Club World

New York

New York

The fares Club World return start from:

  • Philadelphia £1399
  • Washington £1399
  • Toronto £1399
  • New York £1367
  • Nashville £1471
  • New Orleans £1568
  • Montreal £1399
  • Abu Dhabi £1399
  • Cape Town £2581
  • Johannesburg £1709
  • Muscat £1536
  • Nairobi £1246
  • Seychelles £1679
  • Nairobi £1399
  • Hong Kong
  • Osaka £2002
  • Tokyo £2001
  • Antigua £1745
  • Barbados £1766
  • Cancun £1645
  • St Kitts £1766
  • St Lucia £1765
  • Tobago £1717

You can book direct with British Airways here or find the cheapest online travel agent price with Skyscanner.

Cape town cheap business class flights

Cape Town waterfront and Table mountain

The fares for First return start from:

  • New York £1799
  • Boston £1999
  • Atlanta £1909
  • Washington £1899
  • Chicago £1999
  • Miami £2099
  • Nashville £1899
  • Pittsburg £2003
  • New Orleans £2003
  • Dallas £2099
  • Phoenix £2099
  • Toronto £1798

You can book direct with British Airways here or find the cheapest online travel agent price with Skyscanner.

Club Europe

Amsterdam

Destinations that get 80 tier points each way versus the usual 40 are in bold. Prices return per person start from:

  • Aberdeen £168
  • Amsterdam £146
  • Alicante £191
  • Barcelona £199
  • Bordeaux £142
  • Brussels £198
  • Bucharest £267
  • Budapest £242
  • Billund £187
  • Budapest £240
  • Cagliari £261
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  • Catania, Sicily £261 (tier point break guide here)
  • Cologne £150
  • Dublin £165
  • Edinburgh £177
  • Faro £216
  • Funchal (Madeira) £313
  • Gothenburg £202
  • Helsinki £228
  • Inverness £157
  • Innsbruck £205
  • Istanbul £315
  • Jersey £214
  • Lanzarote £304
  • Luxembourg £142 – great for a short break read my tier point break guide here
  • Malta £237
  • Manchester £177
  • Malaga £177
  • Marseilles £194
  • Marrakech £279
  • Milan £197
  • Nice £216
  • Palma £204
  • Pisa £194
  • Porto £171
  • Prague £242
  • Seville £208
  • Sofia £209
  • Stockholm £223
  • Tenerife £306
  • Venice £187
  • Valencia £197
  • Vienna £211
  • Warsaw £204

You can book direct with British Airways here or find the cheapest online travel agent price with Skyscanner.

 

British Airways holiday offers

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Venice

  • Barbados – Seven nights at the 4* Accra Beach Hotel and Spa, from £1999 per person, Includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick and accommodation. 
  • Abu Dhabi – Three nights at the 4* Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Cornichev, from £1409 per person, Includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow and accommodation. 
  • New York – Four nights at the 4.5* Omni Berkshire, from £1579 per person, Includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow and accommodation. Book by October 29. 
  • Venice – Three nights at the 4* Ambasciatori, from £209 per person. Includes Club Europe return flights from London Gatwick and accommodation. 

You can book direct with British Airways here or find the cheapest online travel agent price with Skyscanner.

6 Comments on "Offer: BA luxury sale – First class from £1799, US W Coast from £1999, Club from £1399"

  1. I need to head to NY for a business trip and direct flights are over £6k (Mon-Thurs). I asked work to book me ex-DUB and it’s around £2k. Travel agent came back and said they can’t book that route, am guessing the 1h 55min layover at LHR won’t allow them to book it. Any other tips to book with Oneworld as this trip will get me to Gold. Cheapest fare is Iceland Air, which I don’t really want.

    • You sure they aren’t just worried about you skipping the last leg (not saying you would)?

      1hr55min is inside all the LHR terminal transfer times as far as I am away, and booked on a single ticket it is the airline’s responsibility to get you from gate to gate.

      I would work on the Travel Agent and make clear you need to be in DUB before and after the trip (had to create many such reasons for a previous employer).

      In my experience Work Travel Agents can be very cautious on last-leg-skipping. PropTravel posted on flyertalk a few years ago when a fairly important airline went after them because a lot of their bookings were skipping the final legs.

      Whilst skipping the last legs are yet to bite the traveler, agents are much more vulnerable to airlines cutting them off – so tend to insist on return flights to local airport.

  2. p.s. Whilst I am known for my uncouth “wine clutch”, even on solid ground, I do wish BA would advertise their First Glass products with models correctly holding the stemware….. can save the clutches for the Club World images (where I belong, if I am lucky).

  3. A shame that Luxembourg has switched to T5 now – no more nice lounges on those bargain trips.

  4. Thanks Tom .you’re right it’s probably them being careful. I wouldn’t miss the last leg as I would want the TP. I’ve chosen to downgrade to PE (and saved the company a lot) as I want the TPs. I’ll be 55 away from gold after this trip, so a short trip in Europe before Feb will get me there .

  5. Hi Michele

    What are the rules on these deals, especially for Club Europe offers? e.g. are these prices available during the end of 2019 at all, or is everything 2020 based?

    Thanks
    Guy

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