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Direct Virgin Atlantic return flight to Boston (Departing LGW) £215 @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Direct Virgin Atlantic return flight to Boston (Departing LGW) £215 @ Skyscanner / Travel Up

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Posted 20th Feb

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

Good price to visit Boston Example dates are provided below, although more dates are likely to be available too. Only hand luggage is only included at this price, checked luggage = £70p/p.

To book:
1) Search for suitable dates on Skyscanner or TravelUp (example dates are provided below). 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.
2) You will need to apply the code VCLOUD£15 at checkout (£15 discount).

Example dates:
18th - 23rd Nov
23rd - 28th Nov
23rd Nov - 1st Dec

You will need an ETSA to enter the US ($14)

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16 Comments
TravelUP seems to be very dodgy imo
FredWalton20/02/2020 12:11

TravelUP seems to be very dodgy imo


Why you thinking they’re dodgy? I’ve used them seem fine to me
FredWalton20/02/2020 12:11

TravelUP seems to be very dodgy imo

your flight is with virgin, not with travelup. If travelup don't fulfil their end of contract to get you tickets, get the amount reversed on your credit card. oh, and use a credit card. easy!
These aren't virgin flights. They are operated by Delta. (Try booking on virgins website and you will see that)
Edited by: "koksy" 20th Feb
I've previously used travel up. Never again. Would rather pay the extra and actually be sure that when you go to the airport you're going to get on the plane.
olsen870420/02/2020 15:15

I've previously used travel up. Never again. Would rather pay the extra …I've previously used travel up. Never again. Would rather pay the extra and actually be sure that when you go to the airport you're going to get on the plane.


If you only just found out at the airport that you couldn't get on the plane then what the hell happened? Did you not check tickets, check in with airline etc beforehand? Surely you would have found out sooner if there was a problem?
wilburscoville919120/02/2020 17:21

If you only just found out at the airport that you couldn't get on the …If you only just found out at the airport that you couldn't get on the plane then what the hell happened? Did you not check tickets, check in with airline etc beforehand? Surely you would have found out sooner if there was a problem?


I never said that this happened to me. Look at their trust pilot reviews and you will see that similar situations have occurred. I booked tickets prior to reading reviews and wish I hadn't. It's not as simple as book a flight and get a ticket. You don't even check yourself in they do that and ask you for the information. I never got any tickets off the airline either, I had to go to the airport and state my name for a boarding pass.
olsen870420/02/2020 17:26

I never said that this happened to me. Look at their trust pilot reviews …I never said that this happened to me. Look at their trust pilot reviews and you will see that similar situations have occurred. I booked tickets prior to reading reviews and wish I hadn't. It's not as simple as book a flight and get a ticket. You don't even check yourself in they do that and ask you for the information. I never got any tickets off the airline either, I had to go to the airport and state my name for a boarding pass.


That is strange. I've you have booked, you 'should' be able to see your booking straight away on the airlines site. Also, you can't check in til much nearer the time on most ticket classes so not sure why they would do it for you. Not questioning the legitimacy of the bad reviews, but if you don't check in prior then you would have to give your name to get a boarding pass. Also you don't tend to get tickets from the airline nowadays.
wilburscoville919120/02/2020 17:30

That is strange. I've you have booked, you 'should' be able to see your …That is strange. I've you have booked, you 'should' be able to see your booking straight away on the airlines site. Also, you can't check in til much nearer the time on most ticket classes so not sure why they would do it for you. Not questioning the legitimacy of the bad reviews, but if you don't check in prior then you would have to give your name to get a boarding pass. Also you don't tend to get tickets from the airline nowadays.


I traveled with Turkish Airlines. I could never at any point log in and change or enter any information on their website as it was booked through travel up. I do not know the reason why. I could not check myself in on their website at any point I had to call travel up to do it. Yet again I don't know why.

Have you ever used them?
olsen870420/02/2020 17:34

I traveled with Turkish Airlines. I could never at any point log in and …I traveled with Turkish Airlines. I could never at any point log in and change or enter any information on their website as it was booked through travel up. I do not know the reason why. I could not check myself in on their website at any point I had to call travel up to do it. Yet again I don't know why. Have you ever used them?


No I haven't. Might be tempted though if the right price flight comes up. Reviews for most 3rd party airline companies are poor so I wouldn't worry too much. However, your experience has made me a bit more wary.
I have just used travel up to book flights and got on to the airline website fine and it wanted my passport details on the airline website.

Touch wood it all goes ok when I go to check in prior to flying 😫
I have used them a few times on flights to Singapore and Japan without any issues. They usually provide the booking reference for the agent (themself) and an airline reference that you can log in through airline's website. However if any changes to your flight needs to be made, you have to go back to them as airline won't deal with bookings made through an agent.
In the example above, depart Gatwick and return Heathrow
Thanks for the discount code - worked on their website for a completely different flight. Not worried about issues with ticketing as I've gone with a reputable airline, with whom I can verify the ticket, if needed
Wish the NFL schedule was out already! Might have to risk it again!
Used travel up last year when I booked Virgin/Delta flights to Vancouver, within a few days of booking they showed up on the Virgin/Delta websites when I logged on! The flight times kept changing too much for my liking, so I asked travel up if we could amend our return to include a delay in returning from layover in Seattle for a few days and they contacted Delta and they agreed, we only paid £260 return in the first place, so for me it worked a treat:) )) keep travelling guys Am currently in Seoul and there are very few tourists around!!
Edited by: "Boneym1967" 7th Mar
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