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British Airways is now down to the last few plates and dishes in its First Class crockery sale – although you can still buy meal trolleys, equipment boxes and oven racks.

The good news is that we managed to pick up a few of the more popular items whilst they were still in stock including a set of mugs and tea cups. Starting today, we are giving them away.

BA first crockery

One lucky Head for Points reader will win the lot and be able to impress their relatives at Christmas 😉

All you have to do is follow us on Instagram, and like and comment on our competition post.

What’s included in the prize?

  • Set of 6 William Edwards BA First mugs
  • Set of 6 William Edwards BA First tea cups and saucers
  • One First bread basket
  • One First day blanket
  • One Club World passenger quilt
BA first crockery 2

How to enter

We are running this competition exclusively on our Instagram page.

(We apologise to those of you who avoid social media. We don’t intend to set a precedent with this – we are trialling it as an experiment.)

In order to enter you must:

  • leave a comment

We will randomly select the winner after Friday midnight and notify them via Instagram.

Even if you can’t enter the competition because you are outside the UK, you should still follow us on Instagram. On Friday, we will be live-blogging our tour of Virgin Atlantic’s last 747, which should include lots of interesting behind-the-scenes content.

Competition rules

There is one prize consisting of the items listed above

The competition closes at 23:59 on Friday 11th December

Entries are limited to one submission per person: you must follow our Instagram and like AND leave a comment on the competition post (although the comment can be anything!)

The winner must be 18 years or older and resident of the United Kingdom with a UK shipping address

This competition is organised by Head for Points.  British Airways is not involved in its organisation and is not responsible for arranging delivery of the prize.

Head for Points cannot be held responsible if, despite our best efforts, the prize is damaged in transit. We cannot arrange replacement items and no cash alternative will be offered.

Good luck.

Comments (63)

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  • Paul says:

    I don’t usually bother with competitions, but for one are happy with it being on Instagram. Hopefully you get up to 10,000 followers!

  • Robert M says:

    Good luck everyone

  • r* says:

    When are whatajoke going to actually deliver?

    12 days since ordering, no sign of delivery.

    • Alex says:

      Agree. Nothing. Have you had a confirmation email yet. I haven’t although the money has gone from my account

    • Dubious says:

      ‘all orders placed between the 23rd and 27th of November due to be shipped by Monday 14th December and all orders placed between the 28th November and 7th December due to be shipped by Monday 21st December.‘

  • Martin Louis says:

    Instagram? Facebook’s even more evil child?

    Create (another) fake account via VPN/Adblockers/Old tablet. Delete once competition over once I unfollow.

  • A Erving says:

    Could you hang on to the mugs please. I ordered and paid for mine on Day 1 of the sale, got confirmation and notification of delivery. Since then nothing, no mugs, no info including no response to my chaser. And HfP advertised this sale for BA. A little more independence might reasssure.

    • Rob says:

      Funny. BA was VERY annoyed that we wrote about it because we said the site was live when actually it was only up for 5 minutes for testing. They were forced to keep it live due to our traffic but this messed up their PR and email blasts.

  • Jason Shank says:

    All done – good luck everyone

  • Richmond_Surrey says:

    So, when do we see results?

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