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Old Mar 19, 17, 10:19 pm   #1
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BA: SFO/LAX to LHR $3080, NYC to LHR $2670 MIA to LHR $2850 inc high end hotel

https://www.britishairways.com/en-us...ritishluxuryva


From Prices from
New York $2669 pp
Fort Lauderdale $2809 pp
Miami $2849 pp
Boston $2929 pp
Oakland $2939 pp
Los Angeles $3049 pp
San Francisco $3079 pp
Las Vegas $3339 pp
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Old Mar 19, 17, 11:08 pm   #2
  
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Quick question

Does the AARP/CARDOFFERU combo work on vacations?

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From Prices from
New York $2669 pp
Fort Lauderdale $2809 pp
Miami $2849 pp
Boston $2929 pp
Oakland $2939 pp
Los Angeles $3049 pp
San Francisco $3079 pp
Las Vegas $3339 pp
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Old Mar 19, 17, 11:19 pm   #3
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https://www.britishairways.com/en-us...ritishluxuryva


From Prices from
New York $2669 pp
Fort Lauderdale $2809 pp
Miami $2849 pp
Boston $2929 pp
Oakland $2939 pp
Los Angeles $3049 pp
San Francisco $3079 pp
Las Vegas $3339 pp
I'm confused.

If if this is in Club World this doesn't strike me as a good deal.
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Old Mar 19, 17, 11:36 pm   #4
  
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BA's Flight + Hotel

When I purchase BA's "Flight+Hotel" with BA metal BA coded flights at ba.com, how does AA calculate EQD, based on a percentage of the distance flown as determined by the BA booking code?

It looks like AA Vacations packages, but they are not AA flights so I assume PQD is calculated by distance method?
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Old Mar 20, 17, 12:24 am   #5
  
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The Hilton Olympia is hardly high end.

I'm sure it's comfortable enough, in the dated/shabby way of lower tier Hiltons: but it's probably going to disappoint if you are seduced by BA's idea of luxury.
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The Hilton Olympia is hardly high end.

I'm sure it's comfortable enough, in the dated/shabby way of lower tier Hiltons: but it's probably going to disappoint if you are seduced by BA's idea of luxury.
I agree, the Olympia is a 3.5* at best, located at the far end of Ken High Street it can often be had for 100 quid/night, i.e. 50 quid pp.
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Old Mar 20, 17, 12:30 pm   #7
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I'm confused.

If if this is in Club World this doesn't strike me as a good deal.
It's Club World.




Other more expensive hotels are available for a cost, you would want to red Tripadvisor before booking any hotel of course. Location and brand seemed good.
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Old Mar 20, 17, 1:07 pm   #8
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It's Club World.

Other more expensive hotels are available for a cost, you would want to red Tripadvisor before booking any hotel of course. Location and brand seemed good.
Doesn't seem like that great of a deal to me.

To each their own, I guess....
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Old Mar 20, 17, 3:11 pm   #9
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OP, next time put the class of service in your title.
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Damn I stayed at the Hilton Olympia and liked it! and yall hating on it lol. damn.
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Old Mar 20, 17, 7:16 pm   #11
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OP, next time put the class of service in your title.
Premium fare deals? Also I ran out of space.
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Old Mar 20, 17, 7:20 pm   #12
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Doesn't seem like that great of a deal to me.
Can you post one cheaper on Oneworld?
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Old Mar 20, 17, 7:32 pm   #13
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Premium fare deals? Also I ran out of space.
Premium fares can be First Class, Business Class and even Premium Economy.

If you run out of space, eliminate wasted space and words.
BA J: SFO/LAX-LHR $3080, NYC-LHR $2670, MIA-LHR $2850 incl hi end hotel
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Old Mar 20, 17, 11:20 pm   #14
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Thanks SFO777, good tip. :-)
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Damn I stayed at the Hilton Olympia and liked it! and yall hating on it lol. damn.
Not saying it's BAD: just not at the luxury end of the market
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