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British Airways September sale starts TODAY

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It is always risky writing about deals which are not yet launched as there is always a chance that they get pulled at the last minute or start late.  So, if it is not live when you read this, don’t blame me!  (EDIT: it is now live!)

The British Airways September sale is due to start today and runs until 20th September.  I don’t know the valid travel dates yet.

British Airways A350

Details are hopefully here.  I will do a full article on the pricing either tomorrow or Thursday, but the headline prices should include LA from £478 in World Traveller, Miami from £549, Orlando from £413 and Abu Dhabi from £399.  BA Holidays deals in World Traveller will start from New York at £449 per person.

Of more interest to the HFP market, Club Europe holiday deals will start at £259 per person with long-haul deals starting at £1,599 each for Club World to New York.

The home page for the sale is here.

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Comments (70)

  • Tilly71 says:

    Lego deal back on tesco direct, 1000 pts on £60 spend, 500 on £30.

  • Daniel says:

    Looking for some advice on a BA tier points run, need 110 to level off, available either weekends between now and the end of my collection year Nov 8th, or the 1/2 term October holiday.

  • Imbruce says:

    I booked flights from LHR To JFK for next June on Sunday. The outbound are with AA return are with BA as we are coming back from Boston and I could not find a return flight direct from Boston to LHR on AA. I used the 10% via MBNA credit card link to
    Which is a good rate. Then when I get to the check out it tells me I nee to pay
    £36 per seat each pax each way, then £10 credit card surcharge.
    Should the AA Flights show on their AAAadvantage page or just BA as I don’t won’t have to pay for seats again?
    Flights for myself and o/h and seat allocation charges are all separate transactions, which I thought was odd?

  • samson10 says:

    Is anyone else still having trouble actually getting to the sale fares? I click through to the ‘£359 Dubai’ page and it shows me a list of months with prices and then when I click the month I get a swirly thing for a bit and nothing else…