Get 2p per Avios using ‘Part Pay With Avios’ until Monday (for economy ….)

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British Airways has launched a very generous tweak to its ‘Part Pay With Avios’ proposition, for just four days.

Until Monday 22nd October, Executive Club Members can save £100 on a World Traveller flight for just 5,000 Avios.

This works out at an attractive 2p per Avios.

Full details are on this special page of

Usually 14,500 Avios gives you £90 saving, which is just 0.62p per Avios. This is why we rarely recommend using ‘Part Pay With Avios’ for large discounts, although it is a better deal at lower levels.

Until 22nd October you will get £100 off a return flight with 5,000 Avios. This offer is valid on long haul return bookings departing from the UK for up to nine people on one booking – so a family of four would save £400 in total when using 20,000 Avios. The maximum discount per person is £100.

The snag is that the offer is only valid for long-haul Economy (World Traveller) bookings. It would have been good to see 2p per Avios for a large discount on a Club World or World Traveller Plus ticket, but if you are happy with World Traveller then this is a decent deal.

British Airways 5000 Avios £100 offer

You must book by Monday 22nd October for travel between 19th October 2018 and 9th October 2019.  Basically you can book as far out as the BA booking system will let you with no restrictions.

No registration is required. The offer will automatically show on when you reach the payment page as long as you are logged in.

The special offer page for the deal is here.

PS. British Airways is also offering a 50% bonus when you buy Avios this weekend.  The bonus applies to even the smallest purchase of 1,000 Avios.  If you don’t have 5,000 Avios in your account and need to book a World Traveller flight, you will make a small saving by purchasing some Avios first. You will be paying close to 1p per Avios and getting 2p each for them. The page to buy Avios is here.

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  1. AndyGWP says:

    Thanks for this post Rob – it’s a while since I’ve done a long-haul cash flight, and even longer since it has been in economy but more than happy to for the price I could get for May half-term (which is similar to what I was paying for a Ryanair flight to Malaga this year, with similar restrictions on seat selection and baggage).

    This will be my first long-haul flight with no hold luggage… I’ll cope fine, but it will restrict the goodies (booze!) I can bring back 🙂

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