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Double Avios on 10 British Airways BA flights
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Double Avios on 10 British Airways BA flights

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Posted 19th Sep

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You can now enjoy double Avios on up to ten flights. All you need to do is register for the promotion on ba.com before booking, and book by 13 December 2019 and travel by 30 June 2020.

This includes all domestic flights in the UK and within southern Africa. As well as British Airways flights operated by our partners, American Airlines, Iberia and Finnair, when travelling between Europe and North America.
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nbgrobbo19/09/2019 14:59

That will be ‘pilot

I see humour is not one of your hobbies...
I don't fly BA even if I must pay a few pounds more. When Tunisia had problems BA wanted me to still fly or lose my ticket, the day after my flight they issued a curfew in Tunis.

Bunch of Sh** heads, I wish them bankruptcy. Virgin airlines saved the british flag.
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Are Avios points actually worth it? I was looking into getting a BA Amex but it just seems like the points are only good on short haul trips?

Does anyone have any recent calculations or experiences on this?
anony_mous19/09/2019 19:18

Are Avios points actually worth it? I was looking into getting a BA Amex …Are Avios points actually worth it? I was looking into getting a BA Amex but it just seems like the points are only good on short haul trips?Does anyone have any recent calculations or experiences on this?


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RoosterNo119/09/2019 15:35

I see humour is not one of your hobbies...



Don’t give up your day job, humour isn’t your forte.
nbgrobbo20/09/2019 15:21

Don’t give up your day job, humour isn’t your forte.


... nor my piano
anony_mous19/09/2019 19:18

Are Avios points actually worth it? I was looking into getting a BA Amex …Are Avios points actually worth it? I was looking into getting a BA Amex but it just seems like the points are only good on short haul trips?Does anyone have any recent calculations or experiences on this?



They can be great value for money, depending on how many you have.

I used 31,500 (worth about £350) to upgrade from J to F on a flight to KUL. The cash equivalent would have been about £1,500.
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