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Return Virgin Atlantic direct flight to San Francisco £250 or Los Angeles £260 (Departing LHR /Jan - May departures) @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Return Virgin Atlantic direct flight to San Francisco £250 or Los Angeles £260 (Departing LHR /Jan - May departures) @ Skyscanner / TravelUp

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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

Fantastic price to visit San Francisco or Los Angeles with an excellent airline. Alternatively either £279 (San Francisco) or £292 (Los Angeles) to book directly with Virgin Atlantic which is still a great price!

To book:
1) Search for suitable dates on Skyscanner or TravelUp. Tuesday - Tuesday 1 week trips normally work well. Some example dates are given below although more are available too. If searching via Skyscanner you will need to select TravelUp as the agent (this is so you can apply the code in the next step). Hand luggage only.
2) You will need to apply the code VCLOUD£15 at checkout (£15 discount).

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

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Example dates:
14th - 21st Jan
21st - 28th Jan
14th - 24th Feb
18th - 25th Feb
5th - 12th Mar
10th - 17th Mar
17th - 24th Mar
12th - 19th May
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Be warned hotels are incredibly expensive now in San Francisco and anyone thinking of air B and B do some research as California have quite strict rules on this which many landlords break which has led to guests being let down at the last minute.
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Yes please.
Be warned hotels are incredibly expensive now in San Francisco and anyone thinking of air B and B do some research as California have quite strict rules on this which many landlords break which has led to guests being let down at the last minute.
Good price ; have some heat
sew10927/11/2019 05:55

Be warned hotels are incredibly expensive now in San Francisco and anyone …Be warned hotels are incredibly expensive now in San Francisco and anyone thinking of air B and B do some research as California have quite strict rules on this which many landlords break which has led to guests being let down at the last minute.


Just got to have a good search, just found a 4/5 place on TripAdvisor for £80 a night for two in March. It's mainly the exchange rate which makes everything very bad.
Any other airports available apart from London?
What are the visa requirements these days?
ESTA. Only buy through officia site...lasts 2 years I think...
Edited by: "adiboy79" 27th Nov 2019
Shame about the lack of check in luggage, but great price for those that can travel with just hand luggage!
Can I purchase only one check in luggage( if booking for 3 people)?
ESTA lasts for 2 years or when your passport expires if less than 2 years left on it
krisyanya27/11/2019 10:44

Can I purchase only one check in luggage( if booking for 3 people)?


I was wondering the same. Inclined to suggest with going with the hand luggage only option and paying the charge for one suitcase in the hold
sew10927/11/2019 05:55

Be warned hotels are incredibly expensive now in San Francisco and anyone …Be warned hotels are incredibly expensive now in San Francisco and anyone thinking of air B and B do some research as California have quite strict rules on this which many landlords break which has led to guests being let down at the last minute.


I think we paid like £80 a night in SF and it was pretty much like that all the way up the coast from LA. But SF is a mega destination so I can't really see how £80 there is any different than if you went to NYC / Paris etc etc
I’d have jumped on this had it been from Manchester.
Johnlenham27/11/2019 13:42

I think we paid like £80 a night in SF and it was pretty much like that …I think we paid like £80 a night in SF and it was pretty much like that all the way up the coast from LA. But SF is a mega destination so I can't really see how £80 there is any different than if you went to NYC / Paris etc etc


Which hotel please?

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