20% off selected British Airways flights with Shell

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British Airways has launched another discount code in association with one of its partners.  This time, it is with Shell Drivers Club.  However, anyone can take part.

You can save 20% on World Traveller and World Traveller Plus tickets to a selected range of destinations, for travel in May and June.

Shell promotion

The list of destinations is a little eclectic, to put it mildly:


Hong Kong


Mexico City

Rio de Janeiro



Dallas Fort Worth





Abu Dhabi


Here are the full rules:

Booking period: 10 – 24 March 2014

Travel period:  1 May 2014 – 30 June 2014

Discount:  20% off per person, minimum spend of £450 per person

Cabin:  World Traveller and World Traveller Plus

You MUST use the promotional code ShellMARZH when booking.

You can find full details at a special Shell page at ba.com here.

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  1. Londonbus says:

    Works well. LHR-PEK-LHR 3/26 May – code reduces it from £1104 to £883…

  2. Londonbus says:

    That’s in T class WTP – so you could probably UUA to Club, no?

    • timezonehopper says:

      Unlike WT, all WTP non-redemption classes, i.e W, E and T, can be UuA’d.

    • Col A-B says:

      What’s “UUA”?
      Most acronyms I know but this I just can’t figure – am guessing something to do with upgrading.

      • Upgrading Using Avios (previously known as ‘MFU’) – taking a paid for (revenue fair) and upgrading it one cabin higher using Avios.

  3. General Mayhem says:

    Bugger. I booked a flight to MEX last week for June 2014.

    Oh well. Some you win…..

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