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Two for one Club Europe flights - book by 12 December 2010
Two for one Club Europe flights - book by 12 December 2010

Two for one Club Europe flights - book by 12 December 2010

To say thanks for collecting Airmiles with Tesco, we're giving away two return Club Europe flights from London for the price of one, including airline taxes, fees and surcharges.

That's two for one Club Europe flights to anywhere in Zone 2 and Zone 3 when you book an Airmiles hotel for one night or more.

Call to book: 0844 49 333 99 (or 0844 49 333 23, as per the Tesco mailing), and quote reference AMBA1110

Book by 12/12/10 and travel by 30/06/11

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Terms and conditions

1. The voucher recipient may book one British Airways Club Europe flight in Zones 2 or 3 with a minimum of one night accommodation and get another Club Europe flight free, 'the offer'.

2. The offer is subject to availability and applies to new bookings made between 02/11/10 and 12/12/10, for travel before 30/06/11.

3. The offer is available for full miles and part miles / part cash bookings only, cash only purchases shall be excluded.

4. The offer is available in selected promotional fare classes only. Club Europe tickets may be available directly with British Airways but may not be available as part of the offer.

5. The offer may only be used for a maximum of four tickets on a single booking for travel on the same route, date and time; voucher recipient must travel on the booking.

6. Hotel accommodation must be booked through Airmiles at time of booking flights, for the flight destination within the specified dates of travel.

7. Airmiles and its suppliers' Customer and Booking Terms and Conditions apply, including British Airways' Conditions of Carriage.

8. The offer may not be combined with any other offer, promotion or deal.

9. Calls cost 9.9p plus up to 5ppm from BT unlimited weekend plan. Mobile and other providers vary.

2 Comments

Looks like a pretty decent deal, but there's a couple of things to look out for:

As it's an Airmiles deal, you seeming can't book just with cash, it needs to be with redeemed airmiles or part miles part cash. (point 3.) which is a shame.

On point 6. The hotel accommodation seemingly has to be at the destination. This might be worth checking as the way these deals are somettime less good value is that the list of airmiles approved hotels is often quite expensive. One way round this used to be to book the one night accommodation through them for a cheaper airport hotel for the night before the flight and then fly first thing and stay wherever you want. Like I said it might be worth checking to see if you can still do that if the accommodation seems too expensive.

Not bad, basically a free upgrade if 2 are travelling, as ticket price is double for Club rather than standard. But better than a kick in the teeth!
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