Off peak rewards calendar 2019

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Old Jan 6, 18, 12:58 am
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Question Off peak rewards calendar 2019

Has anyone seen the BA off peak rewards calendar for 2019 published anywhere?
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Old Jan 6, 18, 3:27 am
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Originally Posted by MaximusDecimusMeridius View Post
Has anyone seen the BA off peak rewards calendar for 2019 published anywhere?
Given flights are only sold from 350 days out by BA, you’ll have to wait for it to be released through the year I would have thought?
Using this years calendar and factoring in known school holidays / Easter etc will get you a rough schedule.

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Old Jan 6, 18, 4:13 am
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Given flights are only sold from 350 days out by BA, you’ll have to wait for it to be released through the year I would have thought?
Using this years calendar and factoring in known school holidays / Easter etc will get you a rough schedule.

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flights are released 355 days out
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Last year the full 2018 calendar only came out in June.
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Think we are in for a shock this year. In 2018 the peak redemption for Easter started on the Thursday before Easter Sunday. Just looking at Easter 2019 where Easter Sunday is 21/4 and expecting peak to start at the same time ie 18/4 peak is starting on 5/4
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Old Apr 26, 18, 8:14 pm
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It will be closely aligned to school holiday dates and with Easter being so late I imagine the bulk will be taking their weeks off prior to the holiday weekend

Equally I imagine that "peak" will be ending soon after the Easter weekend (though May BH may skew that..)
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It's normally published in June. Does anyone know the URL where we can find it, please?
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I'm not sure where the June release idea comes from? It's been available for a while AFAIK.



Rather bizarre inconsistent treatment of half-term holidays.
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I'm not sure where the June release idea comes from? It's been available for a while AFAIK.



Rather bizarre inconsistent treatment of half-term holidays.
Thank you, pauldb. For the future, could you possibly share the URL from where you obtained this?
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Thank you, pauldb. For the future, could you possibly share the URL from where you obtained this?
It's from avios.com. If I give you the URL it will open up a calendar of sorts but won't toggle through the airlines/years correctly.

You need to log-in and do a (successful) flight search, and then under the flight options it says "Fare type: Peak View dates" with the last part being the link to the calendar.
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thank you very much for posting that. Very handy for us lazy sods who can't find their way around BA's website.
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Originally Posted by pauldb View Post
It's from avios.com.....You need to log-in and do a (successful) flight search, and then under the flight options it says "Fare type: Peak View dates" with the last part being the link to the calendar.
Should avios.com accept my BA Exec username and password? It won't, and the site doesn't seem to accept new registrations. Any ideas, please?
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Should avios.com accept my BA Exec username and password? It won't, and the site doesn't seem to accept new registrations. Any ideas, please?
No, the Avios.com number system is completely different (and much longer). Was there something specific you wanted? BA.com does show the off peak calendar to the last current booking point, which is currently 2 June 2019.
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Sorry. This was in response to post #10 .
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Aer Lingus' AerClub still runs on the avios.com platform. So you can sign up on aerlingus.com, then take your new login across to avios.com....

Except that:
i) AerClub sign-up is currently down for maintenance
ii) You'll have to go beyond AerClub's own password requirements and include a special character in your password, in order that avios.com accepts your login. (HT Raffles.)
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