Reward flight pricing table for BA and IB

Old Sep 20, 11, 11:23 am
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Reward flight pricing table for BA and IB

Dear all

Apologies for starting a new thread (mods feel free to merge) but I wanted to draw your attention to the full reward flight pricing table for BA flights, which is now live on ba.com under www.ba.com/theclub under "more about reward flight saver"

I hope this helps answer some of the outstanding questions. I know it does not answer the partner pricing queries - more on this soon. The good news is Larnaca is now in zone 3 and eligible for Reward Flight Saver.

Let me know if you have any questions around this.

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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:27 am
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Thanks for letting us know the full chart is up, nice to see Brazil falls from 70k to 60k.

I can imagine the NA members will be quickly asking you 'how soon' will the partner awards chart be released.

One question - what happens to Moscow when it goes long-haul next year? Will CW continue to be 40,000 miles?

Last edited by Euan; Sep 21, 11 at 3:38 am Reason: I made a mistake with the Brazil mileage!
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:38 am
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Some great value options in Asia. I like!

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we'll let this run and add to the master thread index
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:41 am
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I don't like the fact that the reward flight saver flat fee in lieu of taxes is now described as (a) 27/€27 instead of just €27, and (b) "From 27/€27".
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:42 am
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Hmmmm - "From 27" - that dosn't sound like a flat fee?
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:44 am
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so happy to see that ORD squeaked through to Zone 5. Looking forward to the new US based reward table
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:45 am
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Now... Feel free to cyber-slap me for asking a possibly dense and silly question... But are those numbers of Avios points for a return reward flight?

I am just confused as I thought the West Coast US was to increase?

Sorry... sorry... sorry... sorry...
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:46 am
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The page states

"Here is a list of all direct British Airways routes from the UK"

Looking at the destinations that does not always mean on BA Metal ?!? - why is that then not considered a partner flilght ?
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:48 am
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Thanks, Nicci!
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:48 am
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States

".....detailing the charges and number of Avios points needed to book a reward flight."

HOPEFULLY should say

".....detailing the charges and number of Avios points needed to book a RETURN reward flight."

Originally Posted by BingBongBoy View Post
Now... Feel free to cyber-slap me for asking a possibly dense and silly question... But are those numbers of Avios points for a return reward flight?

I am just confused as I thought the West Coast US was to increase?

Sorry... sorry... sorry... sorry...
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:48 am
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Originally Posted by BingBongBoy View Post
Now... Feel free to cyber-slap me for asking a possibly dense and silly question... But are those numbers of Avios points for a return reward flight?

I am just confused as I thought the West Coast US was to increase?

Sorry... sorry... sorry... sorry...
looks like no increase on west coast, just decrease on east coast.
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:49 am
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They are return flight prices. West Coast increases were a rumour.
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:52 am
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Originally Posted by Swanhunter View Post
They are return flight prices. West Coast increases were a rumour.
Thank you... I have not followed the threads about the changes... So glad that it is all good... Well, for me anyway... (is there anywhere else on this earth worth going to more than San Francisco??? )
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:52 am
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One correction. The 3 zone 4 destinations - CAI, KWI and TLV - are all longhaul flights and have First. Currently they show as short-haul.

Assuming KWI stays as 75K in F I can see an interesting new option for trips to the Gulf.
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Old Sep 20, 11, 11:59 am
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Hi there

The reason we refer to it as "from 27" is because if you book Club Europe it's 34 for a return. There are no plans to vary this for Euro Traveller and Club Europe from 16 November.

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