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Get up to 25% off Qatar Airways flights and 2,500 bonus Avios

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To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Qatar Airways has launched an exclusive sale for Privilege Club members. There are discounts of up to 25% off the base fare (excluding taxes and charges) when you book before 28th August 2022.

For four days only, you can save up to 25% on Economy flights and 12% on Business Class and First Class flights from the UK to destinations including Cape Town, the Maldives, Sydney and more.

You will also get a bonus 2,500 Avios for all flight bookings made from today until 28th August.

Save up to 20% on Qatar Airways flights

How does the offer work?

You will need to be logged in to your Qatar Privilege Club account to access both the discount and the bonus Avios.

Once logged in, search using the promo code 25YEARS in the booking widget:

The promo code discount is deducted from the ‘fare per passenger’ amount visible in the price breakdown summary after flight selection. We are writing this before the sale goes live so we can’t give any pricing examples unfortunately.

Why join Privilege Club?

If you are yet to join Privilege Club, you can sign up here. As well as being able to get up to 25% off flights in this offer, there are additional benefits to joining the Qatar Airways loyalty programme.

Back in March, Qatar Airways officially adopted Avios as its frequent flyer currency. This was an exciting change, and has meant that if you already collect Avios, signing up to Privilege Club is a sensible move. Here are just a few reasons why:

  • Qatar Airways has lower taxes than British Airways. When comparing British Airways and Qatar Airways redemptions to the same city, you should find that taxes and charges are lower on the Qatar Airways flight.
  • Qatar Airways redemption flights starting outside the UK are great value. Qatar Airways has a broad network of departure points across Europe, allowing you to save a substantial amount on Air Passenger Duty and UK airport charges.
  • Qatar Airways has a superior Business Class product to British Airways, especially if you can secure flights with Qsuite – read our June 2022 review here
Qatar Airways Qsuite
  • You can use ‘Cash and Avios’ alongside these sale fares to reduce the cash cost of your ticket further. You can pay up to a maximum of 50% of your flight cost with Avios.

You can read about the Qatar Airways and Avios partnership in this article.

The small print ….

The booking period is from 25th August to 28th August 2022. You must travel from 1st September 2022 to 28th August 2023.

Departures can be from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester and Edinburgh. Not all routes are included, but the list of destinations is considerable.

Full details of the sale are on this page of the Qatar Airways site. The full list of qualifying destinations is in the Terms & Conditions section.

If you are not already a member of Qatar Privilege Club, you can sign up here.

Comments (56)

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  • RomP says:

    When is this promo code supposed to go ‘live’?

  • T says:

    HALFPRICE4ALL is the code we want!
    Come on QR, you can do it!!!!

  • Wallaj4 says:

    Qatar is my airline of choice and I’ve just booked for Xmas to Asia paying far more than previous years. Out of LHR and back to DUS brought the price to £2900 . I agree with all here that of late the Qatar promotions are totally more damaging to their brand . Especially for loyal customers

  • Skywalker says:

    Speaking of Qrap Qatar offers – has anyone managed to get the “Double Avios with Iberia flights” offer to work? I’ve been trying a variety of combinations and nothing seems to generate a bookable flight :-/

  • rcanter says:

    I have been looking at flights on the EDI to DUR route for 18-28 August. Using this offer gets a slight discount of around £40, but with an outbound fare of £489 and inbound at £574 (totalling £1063), the fare suddenly jumps to £1211 once both flights are chosen, for no obvious reason. Can anyone explain this jump of almost £150?

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