Reminder: Time running out for the £1,007 BA Club World flash sale

This is a quick reminder that midnight tomorrow, Thursday, is your last chance to book a bargain trip over Christmas or New Year in the British Airways Club World flash sale.

All participating destinations are just £1,007 per person return!

(Please note that, whilst the website is headed ‘Take 2 for £2,014’, you do NOT need to travel with someone else. If you search for just one person it will price at £1,007.)

You must travel OUTBOUND between 21st December and 3rd January. You must return by 11th January.

British Airways

Here is the list of participating routes:

USA & Canada: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York (JFK, EWR), Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, Washington, Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver. From Manchester you can also book American Airlines to Chicago and New York JFK.

Africa: Abuja, Accra, Cairo, Cape Town, Entebbe, Johannesburg, Lagos, Luanda, Nairobi

Middle East: Abu Dhabi, Almaty, Amman, Bahrain, Baku, Beirut, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Muscat, Riyadh

Asia: Bangalore, Beijing, Chengdu, Chennai, Delhi, Hong Kong, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo

Central & South America: Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo

Full details can be found at a special ba.com page here. You can book via ba.com here.

The best availability has probably disappeared by now, but there are bound to still be some seats around.  I know one person who has decided to go for Gold Guest List status and has booked THREE trips – two to Hawaii and one to Los Angeles – back to back via circuitous routes and will effectively spend most of the Christmas period in the air!

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Comments

  1. Andrew (@andrewseftel) says:

    Two further things worth noting:

    1) Combine with the Amex Travel £50 off £150 to get costs even lower

    2) Some other airlines are price matching. I’ve seen some very similar fares from Virgin and Air Canada, amongst others.

    • pazza2000 says:

      Never even thought of this…. is their any ‘spread’ booking via Amex travel?

  2. I saw Tokyo for 993GBP yesterday!

    • Hi Brian, may I ask where you saw this? I’m looking at this route (business class) Thanks

      • I booked LHR-NRT 04/01/2015 – 11/01/2015 for £2005.60. This was on BA’s website, the prices are fluctuating slightly.

        D

  3. Does anyone happen to know what the furthest (& therefore most TPs) destination on offer is? Need a top-up as not too far off Gold….

    • Have a look on flyertalk’s BAEC forum

    • singapore is a direct flight for 160 e/w points; booked this morning for 1004 return… (albeit on 777-300er not 380 which was more expensive)

    • You want to booking a ticket on American Airlines via the AA website. Look for UK (AA flies also from Manchester, Newcastle etc) to West Coast USA or Hawaii. You want each leg to be over 2,000 miles to trigger long-haul tier points. UK – New York – LA is the boring option, something like UK – New York – Miami – LA is more interesting if AA will throw it up and should also price at £1k. You would get First Class tier points in certain scenarios on AA business class tickets but I am not an expert on what triggers that.

    • Yes, MAN-HEL-LHR-JFK-PHX-HNL-PHX-JFK-LHR-HEL-MAN for 1440 TP was bookable for about £1007. However, I availability on MAN-HEL-LHR and A/P class availability on PHX-HNL-PHX is all but gone during the period. Consider also BOS instead of JFK and OGG/LIH/KOA instead of HNL.
      For the absolute cheapest deal start your journey in JER. JER-LGW//LHR-JFK-LAX-HNL and return has been reported for under £760. This is because JER avoid APD and using AA codeshares you can eliminate much of the fuel surcharges. That would get you 1060 TP and be relatively comfortable.

  4. Anyone know if we return from NYC on AA into T 4 , is there an arrivals lounge we can access if we fly biz class? Can’t get back on BA. Tnx

  5. JamesWag says:

    I hope the NHS will refuse to pay for your GGL friend’s treatment for DVT.

  6. At one point Singapore was also coming up with the cheap fares. Availability for the cheap fares seem to be almost gone on the routes I checked.

    I have various redemptions over the holidays, I decided not to cancel any of them as BA Club still doesn’t appeal to me – and cancelling CX First would be silly! Especially when, so far, i have the whole First cabin to myself (fingers crossed).

    Regarding the person doing 3 back to back long haul flights on BA Club & over the holidays for GGL – that sounds an awful idea! How many hours in a Club World seat is that?

    Note that for anyone holidaying in Asia, MAS are doing very cheap fares in business class for flights leaving BKK – also works for multi city bookings (e.g. BKK – KUL, stopover, then KUL – HKG etc) and not penalised if just booking one way.

    • Dont trust the offer summary page; this morning it showed Singapore at 2500+; still made a booking for 1004 return; there are flights if you make a test booking you will see them on the day by day view.