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BA have further reduced their prices for flights between 1 February and 12 March. Log in or register at ba.com before you book for an additional £10 off the fares below.

London Heathrow to New York (JFK/Newark)
Sale price was £259
Now from £239

London Heathrow to Boston (Logan)
Sale price was £289
Now from £249

London Heathrow to Chicago (OHare)
Sale price was £299
Now from £259

London Heathrow to San Francisco (Intl)
Sale price was £339
Now from £299

London Heathrow to Los Angeles (Intl)
Sale price was £339
Now from £299

London Gatwick to Orlando (Intl)
Sale price was £339
Now from £309

London Heathrow to Delhi
Sale price was £395
Now from £375*

London Heathrow to Hong Kong
Sale price was £429
Now from £399

London Heathrow to Johannesburg (Int'l)
Sale price was £559
Now from £499

London Heathrow to Mauritius
Sale price was £579
Now from £549

Sale ends midnight 29 January 2008. Fares shown are economy return and include all taxes, fees and charges.
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#1
Expedia have this loaded. However, they haven't got the time limitation. I've just booked the NY fare for the August Bank holiday for £249 (£10 fee). Virgin are charging £430. If you need to book your flight for later on in the year, go via Expedia!
banned#2
what about London to Beijing?
#3
Good find ... but I just tried to find flights for 2 adults + 3 kids in the August Bank Holiday week and on Expedia it said: We're sorry, the price of this flight has changed from £249.00 to £877.40

Lol!

I'd better try again!
#4
I'm wanting to go over Christmas this year, shame I cant book that far in advance otherwise this would have been ideal.
#5
Hmmm i wish i could afford to splash out for my girlfriends 21st! New York would be a dream. £508 flights for both of us though! Thats Awsome!!!!

Hotels then... any offers?!
#6
I would love to go, take my lad, but I would not know where to stay, or where to go, and what to do??..
Sounds silly..
#7
i havent tried this yet but have never been able to get flights at a cheap price. Is it me or something else. I just find you can mess around with the dates all you like but the price is always high. Does this deal work easily and if so, can anyone recommend dates ?

thanks
#8
http://www.hotelconxions.com/

They are about as good as you get for hotels in New York ive used them a few times. I stayed at the Cosmopolitan in Tribeca and it was perfect, i picked it because of all the good reviews on trip advisor.

New York is fab, its one of my fave places ever and ive been to alot of places. lol
#9
just before people go rushing to new york u might wanna read this article and see how u might be treated over there.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/devon/7206570.stm
#10
wewontgetfooleda
just before people go rushing to new york u might wanna read this article and see how u might be treated over there.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/devon/7206570.stm


You sound as though you haven't been.

Millions of people do go to New York (as I have) and have a great time. I've heard plenty of horror stories about the way people have been treated in France and Spain and... anywhere people go, there will be a few who have things turn out badly.

I'd heard about New Yorkers being rude etc. but found everyone there to be very friendly and helpful. Had a wonderful time.

The only thing which holds me back from the short-notice offers right now is that the weather is ice cold in February. You can get freezing temperatures and snow in NY into March.
#11
wewontgetfooleda
just before people go rushing to new york u might wanna read this article and see how u might be treated over there.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/devon/7206570.stm


I have never found it to be anything other than a fab experience.
How many people actually go to NY from all over the world on a daily basis and have a wicked time?
Like the above poster said, have you been? :whistling:

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