British Airways Club World tickets over festive period from £1,006 return
Expired

British Airways Club World tickets over festive period from £1,006 return

18
Found 1st Dec 2011
A pair of return Club World seats for just £2012 (or individually at £1006) inclusive of taxes. Get your tickets while you can as there is limited availability to 56 long haul destinations. You can travel outbound from 20 December to 31 December, and travel back by 12 January. Book by 5 December.

This represents a great discount on the normal BA Club World ticket prices, excellent if you have time and money on your hands. BA have nearly 50,000 flights available at this price.

18 Comments

Have seen BA club world prices cheaper than this. And you don't even get to use their sniffy lounge for these prices!.

Brrrrrrr cold in here.

Original Poster

If you're travelling on a club ticket you can use the lounges.

Of course you use the lounges in club and no this isn't a price usually available. Voted hot.

yeah, this is hot. nice find.

Hot for the deal though shame Australia is not included.

this deal aint taking off...someone get me a blanket...its cold over here!!

cheddarman

Hot for the deal though shame Australia is not included.


Or Orlando, I know a few who would snap them up. Our dates in summer over £2,200pp. These prices are great for anyone who can use them. Just sent email to my Brother who goes to Vegas club World every 2-3 months, hopefully he can get a bargain.

fairytooth

Have seen BA club world prices cheaper than this. And you don't even get … Have seen BA club world prices cheaper than this. And you don't even get to use their sniffy lounge for these prices!.Brrrrrrr cold in here.



Utter rubbish! Cheapest fare to LA usually £3101, Singapore usually £3119 for example. And you absolutely CAN use the "sniffy" lounge. This is an absolutely brilliant deal!
Edited by: "koksy" 2nd Dec 2011

Can't believe this deal is cold, who sees genuine club class prices this cheap? Transatlantic is almost always £2000-3000, offers sometimes bring them down to £1600, its a few years since I saw £1,006.

Lets compare 2 airlines London~Vegas random dates I checked for 2 adults
Virgin Atlantic economy £2,780. Upper £6,948
BA Club £2,012
BA Club for dates the offer is not available £ 5,218

This is cheaper than economy for some dates.

Edited by: "asters" 2nd Dec 2011

OP - can your replace "for" with "from"

The flights do vary in price!

If seats are available at this price then this is excellent. World Traveller and World Traveller Plus can easily be £600+ over the festive period so for not much more you get lounge access, spa treatment on departure and arrival, excellent flat bed seating with full dinner service, bonus BA Avios points and extra Tier Points towards status. And if they will let you upgrade the out bound to First Class with Avios Points then you can use the wonderful Concorde Lounge at T5!

This deal is great if you want to travel in comfort.

ughhh, my X'mas trip's already booked, such a shame, it's a hot hot deal, Tokyo for only 1006!! Amazing price.

Blimey!

So a test booking to San Francisco confirms it is £1005 plus 25,000 Avios Points to fly out in First Class and back in Club! That is a very very good deal! Shame I have family commitments or I would be out of here!

Many many thanks OP!

HEAT added

Great deal, HOT from me:)

so hot it burns but Virgin are also doing upper class for the same price and Virgin Upper looks better than BA Business.

Shame that ppl here only like Ryanair and can't appreciate a deal saving thousands but go nuts over 5p baked beans.

Virgin has an awesome Club Lounge but in flight catering not quite as good. Also the seat is a great bed but to make it in to a bed you have to get out and fold the seat forward and down.

On BA if on the 747 try to get 64K upstairs, best Club seat. And if travelling as a pair the BA seats are fun with the Ying/Yang design.

Also if on BA and flying in to connect, say from GLA/EDI/NCL/MAN then show the onward Club World boarding pass and get lounge access at your local airport.

Lastly, on BA if the flight ends up being oversold you never know...you might get a bump to First.

Hot from me, just wish I had the money and a/l left!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text