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  • namster 70 posts

    Hi All
    I assume that means end of April 2024. Currently at 0 TO for this year as i have been using my 2for1 vouchers. I plan the to book BA holiday sale for London – NYC and London – Dubai which should be double TP for a 5 day incl hotels before the end of 2023. Would that be enough or would i need to book another another CW holiday in the current sale to be taken before end of APR 2024

    Any suggestions

    Thank you

    NorthernLass 8,469 posts

    Would it not make more sense to renew your gold just after the TP year end, so you effectively get an extra year out of it? So if you re-qualified in May/June ’24, you’d have it till April ’26?

    JDB 4,836 posts

    Hi All
    I assume that means end of April 2024. Currently at 0 TO for this year as i have been using my 2for1 vouchers. I plan the to book BA holiday sale for London – NYC and London – Dubai which should be double TP for a 5 day incl hotels before the end of 2023. Would that be enough or would i need to book another another CW holiday in the current sale to be taken before end of APR 2024

    Any suggestions

    Thank you

    If your card expires 30 April your tier point collection year ends on 8 March so you need to have collected all the required tier points by that date. Any points collected from 9 March onwards will go towards the following year’s target. I’m not sure whether those two trips are enough points for Gold?

    NorthernLass 8,469 posts

    Yes, so TP year ends March 8th but you would keep all your gold benefits until the end of April, if you could get some travel in then. You would need 750 TPs from qualifying BA holidays to equate to 1500 for gold under the double TP offer. NYC and DXB would be 560 = 1120 (if I’ve calculated correctly) for return in CW. You could make a third booking, or look at F prices – DXB is not likely to be a bargain here but you can get some relatively decent deal to the US. Have a look at the “find out cheapest fares” page on ba.com to compare prices.

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