It’s that time of year again where British Airways has a sale to sell of some of its seats – this time, with Business Class and First Class long haul seats up for grabs.
Most destinations are up for grabs in the sale, with World Traveller (Economy), Club World (Business), Club Europe (EuroBusiness) and FIRST (First Class) being offered.
Notibly, some destinations aren’t in the sale, or only being sold in certain classes.
And since we all like a bit of a premium seat bargain, I’m looking at Premium Seats in this price list
Here’s a list of the starting prices for those who have a hole in their pocket:
Club World FIRST New York £1469 £1897 Calgary £1530 £1964 Philadelphia £1531 £1947 Washington DC £1553 - Chicago £1553 £1953 Seattle £1629 £2029 Vancouver £1694 £2094 Tampa & Gulf Coast £1699 - Austin £1779 £2179 San Jose (CA) £1817 £2217 San Diego £1872 £2272 Atlanta £1951 £2454 Miami £1995 £2472 San Francisco £2013 £2413 Las Vegas £2017 £2418
Latin America & Caribbean
Club World Grand Cayman £2272 Bahamas £2283 Rio de Janeiro £2360 Sao Paulo £2440 Buenos Aires £2920
Club World FIRST Tel Aviv £1115 £1615 Abu Dhabi £1238 £1838 Muscat £1360 £1960 Dubai £1380 £1980 Bahrain £1601 £2201 Doha £2103 Kuwait £2462
Africa and Indian Ocean
Club World Nairobi £2535 Mauritius £2698 Johannesburg £2720
India and Asia
Club World FIRST Delhi £1407 £2007 Mumbai £1427 £2027 Chennai £1503 Hyderabad £1510 Bangalore £1514 Hong Kong £1612 £2212 Beijing £1647 £2247 Chengdu £1685 Seoul £1944 Shanghai £1997 £2597 Tokyo £2041 £3779 Singapore £2140 £3260 DATA: British Airways
Needless to say, these are all starting from prices. Tickets must be booked by the end of 17th May 2016, with certain travel dates and a Saturday or Sunday stay requirement depending on the destination.
British Airways fare sales do have value where you can find them, and can represent a reasonable reduction against normal fares.
Although it could be an idea to keep an eye on the Frequent Flyer forums for those of us who wish to maximise their Tier Points – there are ways of milking these point runs
Yours truly will be digging around to see if a decent ticket can be had with oodles of Tier Points… this year of Silver isn’t what I’d call great to be honest.
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