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STA is having a great sale for the flights all over the world.

I think these are really good prices:
New York (Return) from £259 (under 26), from £269 (over 26)
Bangkok (Return) from £399 (under 26), from £415 (over 26)
Los Angeles (Return) from £365 (under 26), from £394 (over 26)
Sydney (Return) from £685

I believe it is a great deal considering those small differences between under and over 26. Usually they are more significant.

There are more deals for Auckland, Melbourne, Nairobi, Sydney, Rio.

I suggest if you want to book a flight with them, go to their office - in that way they won't charge you any additional fees for booking over the phone.

The sale has started on 26/12 so I believe some good deals are still there.
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#1
The £259/£269 fare is on Kuwait Airways (: . However, BA is £315. That is a v good price!
#2
I work for them...direct business my way :)
#3
Hi guys, great find! I want to book a one way flight to Bangkok in Mid Jan (traveling for a couple of months and not sure of return date yet)

I'm under 26 but but it says it says something about a needing valid ISIC card - I'm not a student and thus don't have that card, so can I not book this flight?

Edited By: jrm on Dec 31, 2010 01:57: edit
#4
I think you need to add Youth Card to your basket when making an order so that you were eligible for the deal for under 26. See I only ordered with them in their office and I'm 22 and I am not a student anymore. So I needed to get the Youth Card *which is for people under 26 and do not study* which gets you the same discounts and makes you eligible for the same deals as ISIC.

jrm
Hi guys, great find! I want to book a one way flight to Bangkok in Mid Jan (traveling for a couple of months and not sure of return date yet)

I'm under 26 but but it says it says something about a needing valid ISIC card - I'm not a student and thus don't have that card, so can I not book this flight?
#5
Actually if you try and book a flight through the website, it says this on the booking confirmation page:

'Limited Eligibility: To qualify for this fare you must be under the age of 26 or a full time student in possession of a valid ISIC card and at least 16 years old. What does Limited Eligibility mean?'

So I assume as long as you are under 26 you don't need any card.

Edited By: jrm on Jan 03, 2011 15:17
#6
Well, in their office they do require to obtain the Youth card but i dunno whether u must do the same if u book online. well, limited eligibility means that you need to be either under 26 or full time student with an ISIC (even if u are over 26). See when I have ordered my tickets with STA they were not available to book online, so STA literally made me get that card. But try getting the tickets and not putting the card in your basket, guess it will be alright - since u can always get the card later.
jrm
Actually if you try and book a flight through the website, it says this on the booking confirmation page:

'Limited Eligibility: To qualify for this fare you must be under the age of 26 or a full time student in possession of a valid ISIC card and at least 16 years old. What does Limited Eligibility mean?'

So I assume as long as you are under 26 you don't need any card.
1 Like #7
Ordered an Under 26 flight through the sale online earlier with no prompt to buy a card. Called up STA after and it turns out they do things slightly different for online sales 'to compete with other online outlets' - so this confirms you can order discounted flights without any card as long as you are under 26 :)

vaikiska
Well, in their office they do require to obtain the Youth card but i dunno whether u must do the same if u book online. well, limited eligibility means that you need to be either under 26 or full time student with an ISIC (even if u are over 26). See when I have ordered my tickets with STA they were not available to book online, so STA literally made me get that card. But try getting the tickets and not putting the card in your basket, guess it will be alright - since u can always get the card later.
jrm
Actually if you try and book a flight through the website, it says this on the booking confirmation page:

'Limited Eligibility: To qualify for this fare you must be under the age of 26 or a full time student in possession of a valid ISIC card and at least 16 years old. What does Limited Eligibility mean?'

So I assume as long as you are under 26 you don't need any card.
1 Like #8
£269 return to NYC sounds amazing I have been looking for ages and they are all over £400! I am not going until November so I am really shopping around my dates are 07.11.11 to 27.11.11 flexible by a few days, if that makes a great deal to the price, I am not sure!
#9
Went to see this mob in Scotland - told the girl i had £4000 to spend on a holiday and she took some details - never even got back to me on mobile or email, go to a decent travel agent for anything like flights or package holidays.
#10
SLIM_JIM
go to a decent travel agent for anything like flights or package holidays.


Like Flight Centre for example. I cannot rate them highly enough and they too will beat whatever price you throw at them by £1.00. They have lots of shops dotted around the country (my local is Reading) but they can be reached by phone as well. Definitely worth a go.
#11
Adult to Beijing is £571.70 (direct) with BA is pretty good!
#12
I'm looking to start travelling for a few months in Feb, so this is ideal :). Now just to decide where!
#13
Cheers for this mate. Never been to states....might just have to make a visit to see some cousins! Heat added.
#14
comanche
I work for them...direct business my way :)


hey.. i m planning on getting their round the world pacages for next summer for me and my wife,,, am over 26 and shes youger.. any advice??? havent used sta travel before...
#15
If you are interested in a round the world trip oneworld.com used to be a good starting point for planning destinations.

Highly recommend travelling for a year, getting out of you comfort zone and meeting new and different people. Best 18 months of my life were spent travelling.....
#16
ramraideruk
The £259/£269 fare is on Kuwait Airways (: . However, BA is £315. That is a v good price!

I'd certainly spend £45 extra to fly with BA. Kuwait Airways get you there... eventually... but it's not exactly the greatest flying experience ever.
#17
benjus
Kuwait Airways get you there... eventually


Funny that because today's Kuwait Airways flight set off on time, whereas a British Airways flight, which should have departed just 15 minutes later, ended up getting airborne 1 hour 55 minutes late.

Looks like it might be British Airways that "get you there eventually".
#18
My friend went to STA Travel office and booked their trip to Bangkok (Return) in July for £465 couple of days ago. Still cheap. However, good deals I believe are running out. My friend was told that it was cheaper a week ago.
#19
I bought round the world flights of these guys and despite not using most of the flights as I stayed in Oz for a full year they refused to return my taxes on the unused sections of my tickets and never returned the tickets I had sent to them requesting this - they suck:(
#20
plainjayne
I bought round the world flights of these guys and despite not using most of the flights as I stayed in Oz for a full year they refused to return my taxes on the unused sections of my tickets and never returned the tickets I had sent to them requesting this - they suck:(


To me personally this makes sense. It was your choice and not even insurance would have refunded you back. Plus it's up to an airline to return the airport taxes - not STA Travel. They do act as an agent selling those tickets, but I would advise contacting the airlines.
#21
hi peeps,

am wondering if anyone can help?

i've been thinking about going traveling, asia, australia and who knows where else. i've got a rough idea of where i'm going, but i know how easily plans can change and how unpredictable life can be. from what i've found out so far the rtw tickets get set to certain times and places and if you want to change things you have to pay.

i'm going traveling by the skin of my teeth and want to watch costs. am i too mad by getting a one way ticket to say hong kong and working my way down and getting airfare as and when needed, if flying isn't poss then it'll be a dingy or train or something.. you get the idea, i'm bang up for a bit of free style traveling!

is this insane or could there be order out of this chaos?

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