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Direct United return flight to Los Angeles £237 (Departing LHR / Jan - Mar departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Direct United return flight to Los Angeles £237 (Departing LHR / Jan - Mar departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up

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Posted 22nd Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Excellent price.

To book:

1) Search for suitable dates on Skyscanner or TravelUp (Tuesday - Tuesday tips work well). If searching via Skyscanner ensure TravelUp appears as one of the booking agents. Important - do not click the link to to book on TravelUp, instead open a new tab and open the TravelUp website and search for the dates you found via Skyscanner. Clicking the link to book using TravelUp via Skyscanner invalidates the voucher code you need to use. **Ensure you choose flights which are direct in both directions, some options involve a stop on the return leg**. Hand luggage only.
2) You will need to apply the code VCLOUD£15 at checkout (£15 discount).

Example dates:
17th - 24th Jan
24th - 31st Jan
11th - 18th Feb
18th - 25th Feb
10th - 17th Mar
17th - 24th Mar

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Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la thinking going with infant for week.. Disney?
Who11111222/12/2019 08:35

Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la …Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la thinking going with infant for week.. Disney?



I’ve used them for hotels and flights this year, never had a problem with them
Who11111222/12/2019 08:35

Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la …Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la thinking going with infant for week.. Disney?


I've booked through them once and all was fine. Most bookings through agents are fine, although in a very small minority of cases the agent can enter incorrect details so you have to contact them and get the details changed which does add an element of difficulty / frustration. Probably best to read through their TripAdvisor and make a decision from there. Booking direct through the airline is "safer" but is around £40 - £60 more expensive per person
Who11111222/12/2019 08:35

Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la …Is travelup safe for booking? Never used before.. Also any tips for la thinking going with infant for week.. Disney?


I'm pretty sure I've used TravelUp before. As with others, no issues. How old is your infant? We found the playcentres were really good there. Some of them are absolutely huge. There's also lots of country farms joint with small theme parks, etc. Lots of things for kids to do. Also depends what area of LA/California you plan to go to
mubariz22/12/2019 09:12

I'm pretty sure I've used TravelUp before. As with others, no issues. How …I'm pretty sure I've used TravelUp before. As with others, no issues. How old is your infant? We found the playcentres were really good there. Some of them are absolutely huge. There's also lots of country farms joint with small theme parks, etc. Lots of things for kids to do. Also depends what area of LA/California you plan to go to


Thanks.. Really helpful.. She's 2 and half.. Just also saw disney is free for under 3s.. Although expensive for everyone prob worth a day for the memories?
We booked our Florida flights via TravelUp 2 years ago. Direct flights and no issues whatsoever. I do find the negative reviews tend to be from people who booked indirect flights and the connection times change and that’s when they get comms issues with travelup.
Edited by: "spicy_gal" 22nd Dec 2019
Booked for end of April slightly more but still less than £300 return , this is great price but not best time to go to La if you want some sun and warm weather
This includes luggage right?
Who goes to LA with just hand luggage lol weather is hit and miss feb-March. Great price though
Edited by: "EdwardJamesReed" 22nd Dec 2019
EdwardJamesReed22/12/2019 17:25

Who goes to LA with just hand luggage lol weather is hit and miss …Who goes to LA with just hand luggage lol weather is hit and miss feb-March. Great price though


Who goes to LA and why!
Who11111222/12/2019 09:23

Thanks.. Really helpful.. She's 2 and half.. Just also saw disney is free …Thanks.. Really helpful.. She's 2 and half.. Just also saw disney is free for under 3s.. Although expensive for everyone prob worth a day for the memories?


I've been to LA and specifically Anaheim around four times and yet never been to Disney . Been to the part just outside where there are shops and places to eat. I'd assume now with the Harry Potter world it's worth going to.
There's a cool science museum thing nearby g.page/Dis…are. Some really cool stuff in there and dinosaurs exhibits too

Universal Studios is great fun but definitely better suited for older children who can go on rides.
Edited by: "mubariz" 23rd Dec 2019
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