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UK cities to Las Vegas, USA from only £195 roundtrip on British airways and American Airlines via Skyscanner
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Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Super cheap, Christmas flights from many UK cities to Las Vegas, USA from only £195 roundtrip with British Airways and American Airlines. Depart from: Inverness: £195-£203 Aberdeen… Read more
Phila4

My take on Vegas.............................. On the whole I didn't like Vegas. Too fake, noisy and sleazy. If you like all the pizazz, lights, gambling and noise everywhere, not to mention masses of people, then sure, stay in one of the strip hotels. We went in a couple to get prices (on a road trip so never planned anything as we didn't know where we'd be at any given time) and the people and, worse still, relentless noise from the machines, drove us out in a couple of minutes. If you hire a car then it will be horrendous trying to get into and out of the hotel car parks. The lights (most hotels have traffic lights controlling the cars in and out of each hotel car park) don't change for long and the worse problem is the masses of pedestrians that just ignore the lights and cross the road anyway, meaning maybe only 1 or 2 cars can get through onto the main strip road before they change to red again. Not to mention most, if not all, strip hotels have valet parking - you can add $10 - $30 each time you want to park or drive off in your car. Ridiculous. We then found a hotel sort of on the corner of the strip which was expensive, but nice. They too had valet parking though but at least you could get in and out reasonably easily. However, having checked into a suite, we went on to the balcony to find there were stickers everywhere saying you couldn't smoke - even on the balcony with the doors shut! They would fine you (or more like charge your credit card once you'd left) $500! Being a smoker, we immediately checked out. Fair enough not in the room, but outside 100ft up on a balcony??? Whatever, be wary of things like that if you're a smoker. The joke is though that many of the hotels allow smoking in the rooms, and even in the casinos (well they did in 2012 when we went). Before people start banging on about smokers, please note that smokers in the UK contribute £12 Billion in cigarette taxes and duty each year to the Treasury, yet 'cost' the country (NHS) only £2 Billion a year. So if there weren't smokers, or if smoking was banned completely, all you non smokers would need to pay a lot more income tax to make up that £10 Billion shortfall - something like an extra 5% tax (which would be an extra 25% more tax then most people pay already). Not to mention smokers on average don't live as long so get less back from the state in pensions. Anyway, we were about to abandon the whole idea when we stumbled, quite literally, on a gem of a hotel just around the corner from the strip. We got caught in the wrong lane and so had to turn right at the end of the strip, Then couldn't get across the road because of traffic so had to turn right again. Not knowing where we were really we just kept going and then found a great hotel - it was a sanctuary of peace compared to the strip hotels. It was all on one level, allowed smoking in some rooms and everywhere outside (common sense) and they had masses of FREE self parking so you could come and go immediately as you wished - without having to pay for somebody to park/retrieve your car every time you went anywhere, plus pay for the privilege! It was called Tuscany Suites and offered crazy good prices - we stayed I think 5 nights (used as a base to travel about the vegas area and see things such as the dam) and the average price per night was about $45. Check it out if you want something away from the mayhem of the strip - plus really big rooms (suites). We went to the Pawn Shop and ended up being in one of the filmed sequences with Rick and the old man, and then also went to Rick's Restorations and met Rick's brother who posed for pictures and gave autographs. A really nice guy actually - and HUGE, at least 6' 6", and maybe more. The pawn shop was NOTHING like you think - there are usually big queues waiting to get in and so you can barely move inside. Then if something interesting turns up, they ask everybody to leave apart from maybe 10 people they ask to stay behind to appear as 'customers' in the background. Then the 'stars' come out of the back room to film the segment, then once over they go back inside, the normal staff reappear and they open up the door to the queue again. You are instructed, firmly, NOT to look at the camera or the 'stars', just mingle around looking into the display cabinets as though it was just a regular no big deal day. What I felt was wrong was that the 'stars' wouldn't even thank the 'customers' that appeared in the filming, let alone pose for pictures or give autographs. They just appear and then disappear just as quickly when they film. They tell you before they come out that you shouldn't look at them or the camera, or even stand alongside the 'customer' pawning an item, and also that they will NOT pose for pictures or give autographs. Considering they would be nothing without all the people who go there to hopefully see them, they ought to at least thank those that are asked to remain during filming - I mean, how long does it take to have pictures taken and autographs given to a maximum of 10 people anyway?? What you also don't see on tv is the far end of the shop - crammed full of merchandise such as T-shirts, mugs, baseball caps and other memorabilia. This is apparently their main source of income (other than the TV rights) because, in reality, they don't make much money from buying and selling. The 'stars' are NEVER just hanging around inside waiting for people to rock up with their stuff, or even so that you can walk up to them to chat or take a picture. Other than when they film, the 'stars' are never there - just the regular staff that actually run the business in the normal course of the day. We did recognise one of the lesser staff that we'd seen occasionally on tv, but he was a very minor character. All in all very disappointing and a bit of a sham really as most people, like we did, think the 'stars' are just hanging around all day doing very little. The reality is they are rarely ever there (their big money comes from the tv series) and only appear on set days to film occasionally during that day. So would I go to Vegas again? Lol, no way.

Supercharge_Me

It's a comparison website that makes money from ads. You can literally find the flight you want and buy it direct from the airline if you're that worried. That said, having read your comments on other threads it would seem you're a troll.

Morrow00

Always prefer to buy direct if i can. My flights to America on a comparison app said 'check website' where the price should have been, so it was bottom of the list, and it was cheaper than the 'cheapest price'

rustygecko

You have to be VERY careful with skyscanner. They use some very unscrupulous agencies. BUYER BEWARE.

Joetopps

We did around the world in 3 weeks, it was plenty of time. London, Singapore, Perth, Ayers Rock, Brisbane, Sydney, Honolulu,San Fransisco, London

Non-stop from London, UK to Mumbai, India for only £320 roundtrip

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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Non-stop flights from London, UK to Mumbai, India for only £320 roundtrip with British Airways. DEPART: London, UK ARRIVE: Mumbai, India RETURN: London, UK DATES: Availability … Read more
manc89

Brilliant deal for a brilliant city!!

Gollywood

Haggis & Irn Bru is complementary

faizosman336

Best to travel with another airline at least you get about 46kg each way with jet,air India by paying extra abt £80 on average.

sanjaykj

1000 plus during Dec break....

joecovuk

Very bad airlines

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Glasgow, Scotland to Las Vegas, USA for only £242 roundtrip @ British Airways
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Cheap flights from Glasgow, Scotland to Las Vegas, USA for only £242 roundtrip with British Airways and American Airlines. DEPART: Glasgow, UK ARRIVE: Las Vegas, USA RETURN: Glasgo… Read more
markergirl

Definitely expired. Price was just u set £800 for flights for 3 couple of days ago & same flights total over £1500 now

WalterSmith

Expired. over £500 a skull now

roberts432

strange how the pricing works out isnt it for me i can do without hold luggage, but never thought of hiring car

Spenfica

During a sale it is sometimes worth adding a car hire, you get baggage included and better discount you can even not bother with the car

roberts432

dublins always cheaper less taxes, if i was looking for business class would go that route but these prices are good as they from regional airport and a through fare, factor in getting to dublin and then your fare becomes expensive

Cheap flights from London, UK to Seattle, USA for only £274 roundtrip with American Airlines and British airways at Skyscanner (checked baggage extra)
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Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
DEPART: London, UK ARRIVE: Seattle, USA RETURN: London, UK DATES: Availability from October 2018 to May 2019 (excluding Christmas/New Year) Example dates: 9th-19th Oct 9th-23rd Oct… Read more
RaveBeforeBreakfast

Can anyone else see this price? I've input the same dates and can only see £400+

Hapzy

Good price. Wrong city for me need Atlanta or LA

hornets

350 for San Fran is a great deal

garethsmith72

No checked baggage included add another £60.00

Cheap flights from UK to Mexico City from £312 with British Airways & Iberia
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Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
A very good option from London to Mexico City starting from £312 Oct 2018-March 2019. Bags are included Sample dates: 1st-14th Nov 12th-26th Nov 19th Nov – 3rd Dec 22nd Nov – 5th… Read more
kevsoth

I steal taxis then mug the people I pick up. It's a win win really.

kingbr

Good holiday, I will send my mother in law with an one way ticket.

marty-401

A character building destination. From the markets where you can get spat on for free for not buying bits of Amber or taking a scoop of Olay cream from and industrial 200 litre barrel. The wonderful smog and the burning barrels of tar they use to light up the roadworks on the main roads. The wasteland which was once the Olympic stadium or the Grand prix circuit you see joggers and cyclists casually mingling with the occasional race car. Truly a city that never sleeps... Most folk daren't I think!

samspud

Iberia - THE worst airline I've flown with. Flew to Bogota with them from Madrid on an old 747. It was literally falling apart in side.

manbearpig

Complete shite hole, full on 3rd world country vibes. Avoid unless you’re travelling someone nice and using it as a hub.

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British Airways sale on London To New York £317 Return various Dates
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Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
sale ends 25 September 2018.
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J4GG4

I think you are wrong. Economy basic means you can only have hand luggage and you will be last to to board (who cares) Economy Standard apparently gives extra leg room, allows hold luggage and you have food service. Premium Economy gives even more leg room compared to standard, comes with a three course meal and allows 2 hold luggage allowance. Sounds pretty good to me, if you're flying to the states on a business trip or a 2 day shopping spree, you only need hand luggage really, so the Ecomony basic will do just fine for many people. Dividing Economy into these categories makes it much easier for the end consumer and thus the price reflects which option you choose. The more options the better.

LivesInABox

Usual absolutely pants BA "sale" I booked some flights to the US in July when them seemed at the cheapest. Have been checking the cost of upgrading to Premium - which was around £550 both ways, until last month it jumped to around £800, and the price of the flights increased, and now they are back on "sale" - as the website says "Sale ends 25 September 2018. Sale prices discounted from lowest price available in the 29 days before 29 August 2018." - In other words, when we put the prices up at the beginning of August...

RichHuish

Require you to stand up. Cold.

KevinMckay

I think he made that bit up

0BS1D1AN

Has the economy basic "standing flight" actually become a thing now?! I thought they were just looking into it with no plans as to implement it. :(

£66 off long haul flights with British Airways until midnight Saturday 14th July w/ code STILLPROUD - for BA Executive Club members e.g. London to Dubai Rtn December £245.51
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Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Commemorating the Lions achievement, got an email from British Airways offering £66 per passenger off any long haul flight when using the promo code STILLPROUD at payment page. Ha… Read more
makkurokurosuke

Worth mentioning that terms and conditions are £300 minimum spend per person.

LivesInABox

Just a heads up - I've been keeping an eye on BA flights for a while, and since this offer started, most of the flights i've been checking on are around 100 more expensive...will be interesting to see if they drop back down afterwards. Some of the oversubscribed routes have stayed the same price, so you might be able to snag a better flight (if you assume BA is better than say norwegian to new york). That said, having flown economy long haul a few times, i haven't really seen much difference personally.

atchy82

Yes, maybe someone in the know can explain. Similar deal for only £50 off went hot not long ago, and a more expensive one for rtn flights London to Dubai went even hotter.... lots of Scots in today? Glad it helped pal

winston337

Don’t see why this is cold. Just saved £198. So happy I browsed HUKD today.

atchy82

Worked for me, as an existing Exec Club member :/ . I got it via an email, but there being a link would negate the 'invite only' possibility. EDIT: A colleague had problems, he needed first to convert his account on the My Executive Club page. This error message popped up: After using the dedicated link ( https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/flights-and-holidays/flights ) the discount code worked :) Description updated to reflect

North-East U.S.A. mini-tour September 12th to 22nd - Manchester to Washington D.C. to Boston, to New York City £487 @ Momondo
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Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
My friend wanted to takes his Dad away for his 65th birthday this September, and I thought I share the flights just in case anyone else fancies doing something similar. The weather… Read more
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jonobigblind

I did this three centre trip in April. 3 days in Boston, 2 in DC and 5 in NYC. On reflection I wish I’d had 2 in Boston and 3 in DC. Amazing cities and highly recommend getting the train (30 mins) from Boston to Salem if you’re going in October so you can experience the Witch Trials at the spookiest time of year.

mtuk1

Best Western Robert Treat. About 10 mins from Penn. around £90 a night in September

Uncommon.Sense

Not for his Dad, since he loves planes, and used to fly when he was younger, so he prefers to take the plane or train. I agree if you are happy to drive, we did Boston, Niagara, Toronto, New York all in a people carrier, and upstate New York is beautiful, we made a whole day of trip from Toronto back New York, left at about 6am, and got to NYc just after midnight, even though it is only a seven hour drive, so much to see, and so much fun. :)

adamg64

done a very similar trip like this, in and out of airports commuting too and from and all that honestly its easier and prob quicker to just drive there. I drove from washington DC to new york too just under 4 hours and was a great drive/experience

Robdk

Which hotel? Had a quick look and all those near the PATH train in Jersey City are still around the £200+ mark for these dates. You probably could get an Airbnb for that sort of money. Apartment rentals are effectively illegal in Manhattan but OK in Jersey City.

Cheap British airways tickets to Tel Aviv from £189
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Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Must be an error fare as momondo kayak and sky scanner are all quoting from £189 for British Airways from Heathrow to Tel Aviv for any dates
ruthlessv00

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44546400 uh oh

ro53ben

Boom https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44546400

ritz123

Skyscanner working fine

nougat

nougat

Travel up still goes through to booking but £196

Non-stop flights from London, UK to Mumbai or Delhi, India from only £324 roundtrip with British Airways - MOMONDO
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Found 28th MayFound 28th May
From September to October 2018 3rd Sep to 13th Sep is £325 via Momondo which is cheaper than from BA website.
yumyum786

BA in flight customer service is terrible! Worth paying more for a better airline...Emirates or Ethihad to India

fpdeal

I'm not normally fussy about airlines but I flew BA to Peru last month, it's seriously falling behind other major airlines, I'd be reluctant to recommend. That being said, a cheap flight is a cheap flight and if it gets you to where you wanna be for less then go for it.

joecovuk

British airways is worst airline, better going on Turk shed

garethsmith72

Pardon?

Buckyball

**wrong thread/forum*

Cheap direct flight with British Airways (Airbus A380-800) from London (LHR) to Singapore from £386 (Oct-Dec 2018) @ Skyscanner
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Found 15th MayFound 15th May
BA (Airbus A380-800) direct flight London to Singapore from £386 (Oct-Dec 2018) - 1 handbag/laptop bag (max. 23kg / 51lb and up to 40 x 30 x 15cm / 16 x 12 x 6in) plus 1 additional… Read more
whisky_lover

Thanks OP, family December getaway is sorted! 3 nights in Singapore and the rest in Malaysia. Brilliant price for Dec

Mandalin

1 handbag/laptop bag (max. 23kg / 51lb and up to 40 x 30 x 15cm / 16 x 12 x 6in) plus 1 additional cabin bag (max. 23kg / 51lb and up to 56 x 45 x 25cm / 22 x 18 x 10in)

suku88

It seems only one handbag is allowed for additional 1 cabin bag is another 70 to 80 £ cost.

Yolanda_Tan

The cheapest at the moment is via Finnair for those dates unfortunately. Good luck

Istanbul_Kop

Thanks people on this thread. I got travel with a charter. Liverpool to Kiev and back - direct. Can't wait now!

Amex British Airways ( Carphone Warehouse, Save to Card to get 3% back in-store and online)
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Found 12th MayFound 12th May
OFFER DETAILSSave to Card to get 3% back in-store and online at Carphone Warehouse by 06/06/2018. Valid everytime. Terms and payment restrictions apply. See Participating Locati… Read more
steveieboy1

BA has definitely got less offers than in the past. My gold has loads of offers although the BA just had the Apple and Harrods offers which I used.

hellop4nda

Is there a difference between the Premium Plus and the basic card? I don't see this offer on my account. Sadly most of these deals seem to be unique to certain people, but thanks for posting anyway.

boonkoh

In my experience, the gold card gets the most offers, followed by BA Amex and then the free basic membership reward credit card. Sometimes the offers are the same, but sometimes different.

steveieboy1

Thanks for posting but I'm struggling to see a deal here. I'd love to see more Amex offers as it's been dire on the BA Amex, I have 6!

BRITISH AIRWAYS FLIGT TO DUBAI + LUXURY HOTEL IN JUNE 7 DAY STAY PER PERSON £405.50
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
flights from Heathrow airport 4* star rated hotel with 8.9 customer review direct flight with british airways Links to flight and hotel: THESE PRICES ARE PER PERSON FLIGHT … Read more
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Gollywood

Sounds like the USA

fruitloop2

I’m in Dubai at the moment on holiday and can easily be done on a budget, unless you like eating in 5* hotels, which I don’t at home unless someone else is paying lol Five guys shack shak etc all same price as at home, had fantastic kebabs in the malls.

MrMoneySavingExpert

A country with silly prices and rules? Where a simple mistake can you end you up in prison...yeah no...heat for the deal but cold for country!

yas212

I could be wrong but I believe all bars are closed during Ramadan. When I went a few years ago, no alcohol allowed anywhere during the day, not even in hotels!

MrBeatnik

I wasn't tarring anyone

£50 off long haul flights with British Airways this weekend with promo code BAMember50 - for BA Executive Club members
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Just had an email from British Airways offering £50 per passenger off any long haul flight when using the promo code BAMember50 at checkout. You need to be logged in as an Exe… Read more
eslick

Flights a few weeks ago were £1800 for 4 of us, today without the discount £2650. Paid the £1800 last year a month before flying seems one if their non offers wait for the normal sales. You also can’t use the code with avios which for a family can be a better way of using miles as you have no chance of getting a reward seat for 4 of you.

ZazZYo

What counts as long haul?

British Airways: Kids Fly for Free in UK
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Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Children under 12 fly free on BA (up to 2 children under 12 per accompanying adult) in UK destinations: Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Leeds and Newcastle (economy class on… Read more
gcmarcal

I am a parent and who said I "chose" to be one?

arunmajumdar12

However the toddler is not given a seat on a train I mean.

KittyKate

Just checked on flights from Manchester to Edinburgh.... they want me to fly to Heathrow first and change!? No thanks, will go on the train where my toddler is always free!

Gopher42

Used to live in Newcastle. One of the most beautiful places in the UK.

Morenenth

This deal really gets my goat I've got no kids 🐐 (lol)

British Airways launches affordable long-haul flights (London to US for £175)
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Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Good news for travel lovers - or those yet to book their summer holiday - British Airways has launched competitively-priced 'basic' air fares on a selection of their long-haul ro… Read more
crazyreefer

Not sure but DFS is having a sale soon (lol) (lol) (lol)

crazyreefer

I agree but you can't fly on Emirates to NY from uk.

groenleader

Me too, I have solidly defended them on here!

waterloo

https://youtu.be/2PTtGHaftGM?t=21 (y)

MassiveBongFace

That is the all business A318 - BA1. I doubt it is that important to them really. It is a once a day service now LCY - JFK. I would like to do it someday but currently saving Avios for a 2 for 1 F redemption for LHR to JFK. Never done BA first so looking forward to it. People love a good moan about BA but personally I have always been happy with their service. As for the Emirates comparisons - go and fly a 777 with 10 abreast and then tell me how wonderful they are........

British Airways American Express® Credit Card - Fastest way to earn avios 5,000 bonus Avios welcome offer. No annual fee. **Pls DO NOT offer / request referrals**
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Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Collect 1 Avios for virtually every £1 spent 5,000 Avios if you spend £1,000 in your first three months of membership. You can get a reward return flight within Europe from 9,… Read more
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mayzi

Is it better to have this or the 1% cashback card? Is there a usual monetary value the avios equates to?

terencetcf

Get the premium one even though you have to pay annual fee, but is a lot easier to hit the target

jchung07

A deal would be when this goes up to 9000 points... This is just the standard product.

joshm

5,000 bonus Avios welcome offer, if you spend £1,000 in your first three months of Card membership

pentan

This offer has been available for past few months so nothing new

May - Beijing, Hong Kong, Macau 12 Nights Flights + 4*/5* Hotels £988pp with BA
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
I'm posting this as i've recently booked this same deal as China has been on my bucket list for a while and thought it might interest others. If you want to check out the Great Wal… Read more
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TheEnglish909

I agree. Tourists should always get ripped off and scammed, everywhere in the world. I also think we're dipping into racism, discrimination, homophobia, xenophobia with people on here who are against criminal activity.

Rastafari

Seconded. Taiwan ftw

Akiki

Taiwan is a good option if you would like to experience the authentic Chinese culture, with plenty activities to offer e.g. hot springs, forest parks, beaches etc. Visa free for UK nationals, nice food & much nicer people. Mega cities in China are rather soulless and will guarantee to stress you out big time.

dragonball_lee108

Ouch! Been looking for a definite price on the visa. Didn't realise it was so expensive. Oh well, no choice but to get one now!

Rastafari

Only £110 if you have an Irish passport. http://www.visaforchina.org/MAN_EN/upload/Attach/mrbj/284838.pdf

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