From London: Glitch Return flight to New York £96.20 @ Skyscanner/Get a Flight
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From London: Glitch Return flight to New York £96.20 @ Skyscanner/Get a Flight

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Found 5th Apr 2017
I know, I'm on holiday and not posting deals but I'm sat on a bus in Thailand..... Possible OTA glitch may not get honoured so don't book accommodation yet. Works for September, good way to get some airmiles too and a short visit to New York. Don't make plans until you get eticket and book using credit card.

Screen shots based on 2 adults flying.....

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If you're superstitious the date would make you nervous.
Wow, I've booked, let's see if they honour it
I couldn't see it for that ££
Booked this, thanks! Got the confirmation email. Worst case, they cancel it and I get my money back.
Edited by: "Jaestar69" 5th Apr 2017
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Hopefully it gets honoured for you all, let me know. Back later, keep me updated.... Good luck!
just make sure you have read the T&Cs.

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Cheapest I can see is £297
See you on the flight.... I'm on too....
Found it
fools
£126 is the cheapest for me
Can new york be done on a budget?
We already have 2 holidays booked so can't really afford another holiday, but I'd love to go.
£175 now, but still V hot
Can't find it
2nd - 5th november is also cheap, £136
Booked £97

Thanks
steve123uk

Booked £97Thanks



What dates?
175 cheapest now
kevandkeira

Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so … Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so can't really afford another holiday, but I'd love to go.



We came back from New York on Sunday. I would say that it's going to be very difficult on a budget given the exchange rate now. That said it was my first trip there so we went a bit all out.
Booked 14-17th Sep 196 x 2 pax.
Let's see what's happens!!
Worst case I'll call my CC
Tip: when searching on Skyscanner select chart option and you'll see the £96 dates
kevandkeira

Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so … Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so can't really afford another holiday, but I'd love to go.



​not really, no.
booked 2nd to 5th Nov 2 adults 1 infant 2 kids £436
great price...
kevandkeira

Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so … Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so can't really afford another holiday, but I'd love to go.



It can, there are many places you can visit for free or low cost. Food is cheap also. Most expensive would be the hotel depending how close you are to Times Sq etc

Been three times
Edited by: "steve123uk" 5th Apr 2017
Done booked! 21 to 24 Sep, 2pax, GF's birthday present settled (until its cancelled).
I always amazed to the people who do long haul only for 3-4 days holiday, 12 hours x 2 flight journey , plus jetlag. wonder how much time that you get to enjoy new York
Done! Thanks for posting. Just doing a weekend trip still worth it!!
fr3dy77_sp33d

I always amazed to the people who do long haul only for 3-4 days … I always amazed to the people who do long haul only for 3-4 days holiday, 12 hours x 2 flight journey , plus jetlag. wonder how much time that you get to enjoy new York



You do realise some people can spend £97 on a night out with nothing to show but half a dirty kebab down your front and a hangover?

This is two and a half days in NY

A bit of travelling to get that is ok thank you
Stars & Stripes Forever Your so kind to your web-footed friends OP
Did anyone receive email confirmation?
Booked
jojobeans

Did anyone receive email confirmation?


Got an email with "Your GetAFlight Booking Confirmation [CODE HERE]"
fr3dy77_sp33d

I always amazed to the people who do long haul only for 3-4 days … I always amazed to the people who do long haul only for 3-4 days holiday, 12 hours x 2 flight journey , plus jetlag. wonder how much time that you get to enjoy new York


Its 7 hours and jetlag doesnt set in for me anyway unless I stay for more than 4-5 days. I get to enjoy NY for 3..
Still young; YOLO!
Why has this expired?
Booked 14th-17th September, £96.20 each. Thank you OP!
So I've booked 21-24/9 for 2 people for £192 (breaking my no holiday band this year) but I don't want to get too excited until I know they won't cancel it. Does anyone know how long it normally takes them to cancel if its a price error? Also Any idea if it includes luggage?

Edited by: "Sarahg89" 5th Apr 2017
Sounds like they'll call to confirm
kevandkeira

Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so … Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so can't really afford another holiday, but I'd love to go.



I've been a couple of times now and it feels like it's getting more and more expensive.
kevandkeira

Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so … Can new york be done on a budget?We already have 2 holidays booked so can't really afford another holiday, but I'd love to go.



It can definitely be done on a budget (depending on how much you allow yourself of course). It's never going to be "cheap" but you can probably save yourself a few hundred quid with some savvy choices. Hotels are generally the most expensive thing about NYC, so maybe consider staying out of Manhattan because the Subway is relatively cheap to get in and out.
Yeah, not getting too excited yet - £97 mid November return was worth a punt though.
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