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Virgin Flights to New York - £217.50 (inc tax), plus Roosevelt Hotel @ £87 per night

£217.50 @ Opodo
With flights to New York currently ticketing well in excess of £300, Opodo are offering return flights with Virgin Atlantic for only £217 per person, including tax. This special fare is only availab…
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
With flights to New York currently ticketing well in excess of £300, Opodo are offering return flights with Virgin Atlantic for only £217 per person, including tax.
This special fare is only available for weekly returns departing London Gatwick on 9, 16, 23, 30 January and 20 February.

How to book: To make your booking online with Opodo, click here. Scroll down to the section listed under 'Flights to New York' and select the applicable date band.
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#1
I'm just looking at it now... and wanted to remnd those interested to go through quidco *thumbs ups*
#2
and for those needing a New York hotel to go with it, how about this.....

The historic Roosevelt Hotel is making a trip to New York City even more tempting with an amazing rate for stays between 16 December and 16 February -- including Christmas. For just £87 (US$179) per night, you can book a Cozy Queen room at this Midtown landmark that is a short walk from the Theater District. Plus, guests will receive a full American breakfast for two (a £27 value).
You can upgrade to a Superior room for £106 (US$$219) per night.

Blackout dates: 27-31 December.

You must book by 17 December.

http://www.theroosevelthotel.com/Reservations/?ratecode=TKUK08
#3
boozie
and for those needing a New York hotel to go with it, how about this.....

The historic Roosevelt Hotel is making a trip to New York City even more tempting with an amazing rate for stays between 16 December and 16 February -- including Christmas. For just £87 (US$179) per night, you can book a Cozy Queen room at this Midtown landmark that is a short walk from the Theater District. Plus, guests will receive a full American breakfast for two (a £27 value).
You can upgrade to a Superior room for £106 (US$$219) per night.

Blackout dates: 27-31 December.

You must book by 17 December.

http://www.theroosevelthotel.com/Reservations/?ratecode=TKUK08



It actually says you must book by 10th Dec. Good find though!!
#4
Oooh, Im so tempted. We've been dying to go back since we were there last May... but that said, it's going to be collllllld in February. Decisions, decisions.
#5
i read somewhere that virigin will never be sold cheaper on other sites?
anyone know of this? and what do virgin offer?
#6
Whats the cold voting all about?
Is this a bad deal?
#7
Says Virgin all the way through the booking process for me?

Continental is coming up as £262.50 for the same dates anyway, so it's cheaper!?

*EDIT - Nope you are right, 'operated by Continental' comes up in the flight details at the end.
Still a good price though :)
#8
Well having flown into both its no better or worse - JFK or Newark... and I have been fortunate enough to stay at the Roosevelt which is a really beautiful old style hotel with really good staff.... I'm so tempted!!!:santa:
#9
I've found you'll get through immigration quicker at Newark than JFK..

Don't forget, the in flight entertainment is very poor on Continental - no V:Port :( I'd pay the extra £20 and go from LHR and get audio and video on demand and the free alcohol, I've been known to get through at least 4 cans of Heineken and 2 glasses of wine on Virgin but it's $5 a drink on Continental.

PS - New York in Jan and Feb... its so so so so so so so cold! But still great :)
#10
gobofraggle
I was pretty sure that Virgin don't offer a service between Gatwick and Newark...

I just looked it up and it seems that this is a Continental Airlines service. Which is fine, but don't pay more than you would to use Continental.

EDIT: Virgin flights from UK are usually code-shared with Continental but on VS planes - this one is obviously just code-sharing a Continental route.

Virgin currently have an offer of about £255 through airlinenetwork I think, from Heathrow to JFK, which may work out better if JFK is more convenient than Newark (I won't suggest that Heathrow could be more convenient than Gatwick... or anywhere...)


How did you get that price?
#11
Dean C
How did you get that price?


It's £238 from LHR with Virgin atm for those dates with a Saturday night stay, just change the departure airport to LHR in the link above.
#12
should also note that Virgin guarantee they wont be beaten on a price for their own flights and will price match if you would rather book through them.....
#13
Superb deal! I cannot take time off but at that price wish I could.
#14
Comes out at £253.80 for me on a 20th Feb departure date?

*sorry, this was in reply to courster's £238 posting*
#16
boozie
Comes out at £253.80 for me on a 20th Feb departure date?

*sorry, this was in reply to courster's £238 posting*


Sorry bout that, seems i didn't look past the Opodo page that the link directs to... Looks the same price as available on the VS website...
#17
No worries, still not a bad price if anyone is desperate for Virgin over Continental :)
#18
Don't forget - these are week long trips.... A week in New York in the freezing cold is a very long time :santa:

Although last time I went in the winter months we were snowed in :w00t: Oh for some decent snow in the UK....
#19
Should TravelZoo not get some credit for this deal as it was posted in their top 20 deals at lunchtime today...?

Got nothing against bringing it to the masses, just feel they should get some credit too.
#20
Stopped at that hotel before - fantastic!
#21
Not a bad price however as mentioned previously this is not a Virgin flight you fly with continental on a code share. Virgin do not fly to Newyork from Gatwick.
#22
good One!

for finding the best flight ticket I usually use [url]www.weefly.com[/url]. The advanced option searches for you the best day to travel and get the cheapest ticket to NY.
Cheers
#23
I got married in New York ... perhaps i can tempt the hubby to take me again!!
#24
timmyp23
Should TravelZoo not get some credit for this deal as it was posted in their top 20 deals at lunchtime today...?

Got nothing against bringing it to the masses, just feel they should get some credit too.


Indeed, TravelZoo is the source.
#25
wish i was not scared of flying dam it :( i really want to see new york.
#26
for 2 adults, 1 2yr old and a baby £668 which i think is pretty good leaving 23 jan return 30 jan
#27
Daytrader
wish i was not scared of flying dam it :( i really want to see new york.


Flying is nothing to be scared about!

Now crashing, that is seriously scary
#28
boozie
Indeed, TravelZoo is the source.


well then maybe you should link to their site, as they earn their bacon from referrals from their site - you posting a direct link to opodo doesn't help them in the slightest. and not helping them costs us in the long run.
#29
ASHGOON
well then maybe you should link to their site, as they earn their bacon from referrals from their site - you posting a direct link to opodo doesn't help them in the slightest. and not helping them costs us in the long run.


And maybe you should check your facts before spouting off?
The link i have posted is the very same that Travel Zoo have provided - if you check the end of the link its says.....
CMP=uk-tz-top-000001

tz = Travel Zoo
banned#30
cheapskate58
Flying is nothing to be scared about!

Now crashing, that is seriously scary


but if you crash YOU DIE

which i would rather die cos once you dead your DEAD! who cares.
#31
Still a superb deal...i want to go!:-(
#32
wozwebs
Stopped at that hotel before - fantastic!


I have also stayed at this hotel and can highly recommend it....fantastic location, just off Madison Av in between Grand Cental and Times Sq. The hotel is clean with good rooms, friendly staff and a nice bar.

Would definately use this hotel again.
#33
philuk
but if you crash YOU DIE

which i would rather die cos once you dead your DEAD! who cares.


Maybe you'll survive like those lucky people on 'Lost' .... only thing is the days will pass MUCH quicker as the Contin'enal staff would no doubt pass the time with stories of what they all got upto during WWII.

No offence, but my god they were old when I went backwards and forwards to Houston last year :shock:
#34
I've just booked the Roosevelt Hotel for Jan next year. Just a heads up. The room rate is $179 (incl breakfast) but remember taxes are on top. $111.64 was in addition. Still a great price though and thanks to the original poster. New York here we come.
#35
tef89
Maybe you'll survive like those lucky people on 'Lost' .... only thing is the days will pass MUCH quicker as the Contin'enal staff would no doubt pass the time with stories of what they all got upto during WWII.

No offence, but my god they were old when I went backwards and forwards to Houston last year :shock:
And your point is.........exactly?
Were their zimmer frames blocking the aisle? Were they dribbling into your food? Incontinent perhaps? What are you suggesting here?

Seriously, I'm sure the staff were below retirement age. How old were they? 40? 50? 60? Do you have a problem with that?

Ageism is another form of discrimination like race or gender discrimination.

Your prejudicial comment does not benefit this thread at all.

:x
#36
MightyHumungus
And your point is.........exactly?
Were their zimmer frames blocking the aisle? Were they dribbling into your food? Incontinent perhaps? What are you suggesting here?

Seriously, I'm sure the staff were below retirement age. How old were they? 40? 50? 60? Do you have a problem with that?

Ageism is another form of discrimination like race or gender discrimination.

Your prejudicial comment does not benefit this thread at all.

:x

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