Deal alert: BA launches premium sale with business class return trips to Canada for £1,374
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British Airways has just launched a premium sale with a smattering of ridiculously good offers right the way through, from short haul to long haul, along with a dizzying choice of flight and hotel combos courtesy of BA Holidays.
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Fly business to San Francisco next January, for instance, and get five nights by the harbour at Riu Plaza Fisherman’s Wharf, including breakfast, for £1,939 per person (based on two adults sharing).
Indeed, in many cases it works out cheaper to book further in advance: as you can see in the graph below, the very best deals are in early 2024, including return flights in business from London to Toronto for as low as £1374.
Other destinations you can reach at a discount around North America flying Club World include Orlando (£2,563), Boston (£1,408), Chicago (£1,938), Washington (£1,455), Vancouver and Whistler (£1,997), and for those in search of some Texan hospitality, Houston (£1,695) and Dallas (£1,998).
Elsewhere, there is also deals to be had with flights to Dubai. There are Club World flights available in September (normally a great month to visit) for just £1,996 return, which BA Holidays will happily upgrade with a seven-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Dubai for £2,026 with business flights all-in. Executive Club members can collect an extra 4053 Avios to boot.
Or how about a business class seat to the Maldives in September with an eight-night stay at a luxury hotel for £2,999 per person? Perched on a private island a mere 15-minute speedboat ride from Malé International Airport, the Bandos Maldives is on the doorstep to great adventures, including scuba dive sites, sunset cruises and day trips to other islands.
Delhi? The Bahamas? Antigua? Tel Aviv? If there’s a destination afar that’s been on your radar for a while, it just might just be part of this premium sale, which of course, doesn’t just ensure optimum comfort in the skies, but opens up the doors to some of BA’s most coveted airport lounges, too.
And those keen to do some city-hopping in style will be pleased to know that BA’s sale also includes plenty of short-haul destinations, too, including return business tickets to Geneva (£300), Rome (£262) and Dublin (£162) flying out of either London Heathrow (LHR) or London City Airport (LCY). This is particularly great value as the low prices last right throughout the year, and don’t fluctuate all that much.
Throw the BA Holiday sale into the mix and you can fly Club Europe to Amsterdam and spend three nights at a wide choice of four-star hotels for only £329 per person this autumn.
Oh, and if you’re still panicking over sorting those summer holidays, don’t sweat it. This sale also includes a range of beach hotel and business flight combos, which are admittedly the cheapest out of season from September onwards, and some rock-bottom prices in June and July.
Leave London for Malaga on 12 June, returning on 19 June, and enjoy business flights and a seven-night stay, including breakfast with a sea view double room at Melia Costa Del Sol for £932 per person, based on two people sharing a room. Executive Club members can get themselves a bonus 1,879 Avios.
You can also bag yourself a stay in sunnier climes with Club Europe flights plus a seven-night stay in Portugal for £469 per person, Greece for £629 per person and Cyprus for £799 per person — or have the chance to go all-inclusive in Turkey and Morocco from £719 and £789 respectfully.
Again, the best prices are out of the busy summer holiday time, but you can still find some great deals if you have a play around on the BA Holidays deal page.
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