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Qatar Airways offering flight and ticket packages to the Club World Cup

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The FIFA Club World Cup is taking place in Doha this year, from 11th to 21st December.

Qatar Airways has put together a range of packages which, importantly, include match tickets.  Liverpool, as the current Champions League title holders, will be representing Europe.

Fifa Club World Cup 2019 Qatar Airways

Headline prices from the UK, for economy flights, are:

  • Birmingham – Doha: £421 return
  • Cardiff – Doha: £430 return
  • Edinburgh – Doha: £420 return
  • London – Doha: £474 return
  • Manchester – Doha: £419 return

Full details are available on this page of the Qatar Airways website.

Comments (116)

  • Ammar says:

    OT – Have the BAPP and hit the 10k to bag the voucher, which is in the avios a/c? Was going to cancel but thnking of just downgrading to the free version for the offers to stay in the account and some avios that have not Transferred accross yet? what is the best way to do that? Online with an application for the blue one or over the phone do you have cancel the card?

    • BJ says:

      Just apply for the blue online via a referral link, you might just get lucky with the referral bonus and you might just get another bonus for spending £1k but don’t count on either.

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        I take it that works other way round BJ?
        Upgrade from BA Blue to BAPP by applying for BAPP online?

  • Tracy says:

    Going to Japan next year and want to use points for Tokyo hotel, any preference between Courtyard Tokyo Station 140k points, Marriott 200k, Prince Sakura 200k and Westin 210k? Price is for 5 nights, so 5th night free and I will need 2 rooms so double the points. 1st time tourists with 2 teenagers.

    • meta says:

      Courtyard- rooms are very small, but location is good. Westin – far from main attractions and I think station too. Sakura – it’s not far from Shinagawa, good for connections to Haneda, but a bit far away though you are at least close to main lines. If you have Hilton points, Conrad & Hilton Tokyo are much better. But I’d also look at good Japanese chains in a location where you want to be. It will work out cheaper too.

      • Tilly says:

        +1 for Hilton Tokyo. Stayed last month and found the location to be excellent. Plus the airport limosine bus drops you right in the hotel forecourt from Haneda. It’s right on top of the metro station too which is handy.

    • Young L says:

      Location wise I’d choose Courtyard, but the room is really small. I would not consider the other hotels at all due to their locations, but it might be just me.

    • marcw says:

      Stay at good Japanese chains. Way (way) cheaper! International chains are overpriced in Japan, and especially Tokyo – they ain’t necessarily good either. When visiting Tokyo, location is key.

      • maccymac says:

        Do you have any suggestions of chains/places you’d recommend?

        • marcw says:

          The KNOT Tokyo Shinjuku, suggested by an experienced fellow reader.
          I’m staying this November in Nest Hotel Tokyo Hanzomon; I’ll report back.

          One key thing is to book Twin rooms, they are slightly bigger than just double bed rooms.

          • Tracy says:

            I have noticed when looking at room prices that twin rooms cost more than king rooms in Japan. I need a twin room for two teenagers so they will get better room than me lol.

  • SL says:


    How long does it take roughly to link MR account to Marriott account. And following the linkup how long does it take for points to transfer over?

  • Grimz says:

    OT, anyone know what is the best free Amex card for shop small which allow 4 free supplementary cards?

  • JS says:

    OT: Do supplementary cards get their own Amex shop small £5, or is it all included under the main card’s total?

  • Anna says:

    OT – check your Bonvoy account if you have upcoming redemptions! I initially booked 2 nights at The Langley at 70k points. When variable pricing came in this then showed on my account as needing 65k (which I have a screen shot of!) but when I checked my account earlier today it’s now saying it requires 75k points! So not sure if they are applying “dynamic” pricing strategies to future bookings depending on demand (it’s a bank holiday weekend and the hotel seems to be full).

    • Shoestring says:

      the screenshot is irrelevant, though – your booking is only provisional until you finalise it, when it could be higher or lower

      • Shoestring says:

        apart from – hang on a minute – if you made the booking under the old rules (pre Sept 14th) and you had 3 or fewer bookings, shouldn’t they have locked in your upper price?

        • TGLoyalty says:

          Should have locked in the rate at the time you booked if before 14/9.

          If after the points cost isn’t fixed until you apply the points.

  • Andrew says:

    Somebody asked about Chatrium in BKK and I didn’t see a response. Anybody tried it? We’re thinking of booking for next summer

    • Aston100 says:

      That was me that asked.
      I’ve now gone ahead and booked it for next summer.
      It ticks so many boxes for me.

  • Shoestring says:

    O/T anyway the furniture turned up today so looks like I have no reason to not go back to UK on Sunday

    shame: it’s been 2 weeks of full on sunshine 25C in October

    when you got a place in the sun, you obvs like the sun 🙂