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Double Tier Points on British Airways Holidays bookings [*now inc FROM USA*]

Old Sep 19, 2021, 2:29 am
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Have your double Tier Points posted? If not (and 30 days 14 working days (changed Dec 2022) - have elapsed since your return date) send your membership number, date of birth, email address and postcode for each passenger in the reservation to [email protected] and they will award the Tier Points for you. See this post for more information.

This post contains:
  • Link to saved copies of the Terms and Conditions (UK)
  • Change history of the UK T&C
  • Current UK T&C (when maintained)
  • Some FAQs originally compiled by firstlight (I think)
  • Original US T&C added by Oxon Flyer
Historical T&C (UK)
See this post for historical terms and conditions

Change history:
Changes, correct as at 27 September 2023
  1. Condition 1.b) addition: "Please note: Flights marketed by British Airways with or without a BA flight number that are operated by Aer Lingus, China Southern or LATAM are not eligible for Tier Points."
  2. Condition 1.e) addition (original 1.e now 1.g): "The total trip length (time between first flight departing the UK and final flight returning to the UK) cannot exceed 30 days."
  3. Condition 1.f) addition: "Bookings can only contain one flight departing the UK, multiple journeys from the UK within one booking will not qualify."
As at 20 July 2023, extended to 31 December 2024
Now extended to 31 December 2023

Changes, correct as at 20 July 2023
  1. Condition 1.c) changed to: "The hotel/car element of the package must be for a minimum of five nights within the flight travel dates for travel before 31 December 2024."

Changes, correct as at 26 June 2023 (assumed - webpage states as 'at 26 June 2022' in condition 9 as at 7/7/2023)
  1. Condition 1.c) changed to: "The hotel/car element of the package must be for a minimum of five nights within the flight travel dates for travel before 31 December 2023."
  2. Condition 1.d) changed to: "The hotel/car element of the package must be used i.e. hotel occupied and or car rental hired for the full booked duration.", with original 1.d) now as 1.e)
  3. Condition 4. now refers to "within 14 working days of the return flight"

Changes, 'correct as at 20 December 2022':
  1. Condition 1.c) changed to: "The hotel/car element must be for a minimum of five nights for travel before 31 December 2023" (was 'whole trip')
  2. Condition 4. changed to: "Standard Tier Points for the flight elements will be awarded in line with regular awarding timelines after completion of the flight returning to the UK which is part of a Qualifying Booking. The initial transaction will be updated when the additional Tier Points due as a result of this promotion are added to the standard Tier Points, within 14 working days of the return sector which is part of a Qualifying Booking." (was 30 / 60 days) - possibly due to automation of the process

Link to full conditions: https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb...le-tier-pointsDouble Tier Points Terms and Conditions (UK)

This promotion is only open to Eligible Participants. An Eligible Participant is a person who has a British Airways Executive Club membership and who books and travels on a Qualifying Booking (see definition below). British Airways Holidays reserves the right to verify the eligibility of Eligible Participants. By taking part in this promotion, Eligible Participants confirm that they unconditionally accept the Terms and Conditions set out below.

1. A Qualifying Booking is a British Airways Holidays booking that meets all of the following criteria:

a) The booking must be for a British Airways Holidays Flights + Hotel or Flights + Car or Flights + Hotel + Car package booking originating in the UK only.

b) The booking must contain British Airways flights including codeshares and British Airways marketed and/or operated flights only. Flights not meeting these criteria within the booking wont be awarded Tier Points. Flights offered as part of a British Airways Holidays package that are provided by other airline partners that do not have a BA flight number will not be eligible. Please note: Flights marketed by British Airways with or without a BA flight number that are operated by Aer Lingus, China Southern or LATAM are not eligible for Tier Points.

c) The hotel/car element of the package must be for a minimum of five nights within the flight travel dates for travel before 31 December 2024.

d) The hotel/car element of the package must be used i.e. hotel occupied and or car rental hired for the full booked duration.

e) The total trip length (time between first flight departing the UK and final flight returning to the UK) cannot exceed 30 days.

f) Bookings can only contain one flight departing the UK, multiple journeys from the UK within one booking will not qualify.

g) The participant must register their British Airways Executive Club number against their booking prior to travel.

2. For the avoidance of doubt this offer does not apply to any British Airways flight only bookings made without a hotel or car or where the hotel or car is added to a booking in a separate transaction.

3. This promotion enables Eligible Participants to receive double Tier Points for all qualifying flights which are part of a Qualifying Booking. British Airways Executive Club Terms and Conditions and the Executive Club Conditions of Use will apply.

4. Standard Tier Points for the flight elements will be awarded in line with regular awarding timelines after completion of the flight returning to the UK which is part of a Qualifying Booking. The initial transaction will be updated when the additional Tier Points due as a result of this promotion are added to the standard Tier Points, within 14 working days of the return flight which is part of a Qualifying Booking.

5. The additional Tier Points covered by this promotion are non-transferable and there is no cash or credit alternative. British Airways does not accept any liability in the event that the double Tier Points received as a result of this promotion expire. Tier Points expire at the end of each membership year the anniversary of when you joined the Club. However, they will be added to your Lifetime Tier Points, the total Tier Points youve ever earned with the Club. Your membership year-end date and Lifetime Tier Points are on your Account Page.

6. All holiday packages are offered subject to availability.

7. British Airways Holidays booking Terms and Conditions apply. All travel on British Airways flights is subject to British Airways General Conditions of Carriage and its Notice and Conditions of Contract as stated on each ticket or itinerary as provided. Passengers travelling on flights operated by another carrier will be subject to the conditions of carriage of that carrier.

8. British Airways Holidays reserves the right to cancel or amend without notice the terms of this promotion at any time and for any reason.

9. Information is correct on 27 September 2023.

10. British Airways Holidays is in no way liable for the reproduction or indirect access via any third-party website or home page access which reproduction misstates or omits any of the information or Terms and Conditions of this promotion.

11. Promotional materials form part of these Terms and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions shall prevail if there is any conflict between these and the promotional materials.

12. This promotion will be governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
13. The promoter is British Airways Plc, Waterside, PO Box 365, Harmondsworth, UB7 0GB. Registered No 1777777.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do the points post automatically?
There's mixed reports, as of August 2022 there seems to be a new system where automation is getting tier points added more quickly, previously manual intervention and chasing BA was needed to get the bonus TPs. As of May 2023, when the automated crediting works, it appears to happen 2-3 weeks after the holiday concludes, on a Wednesday. When the promotion started some people found the points posted without having to do anything. Most people are using the email address above or calling BA phone lines.

2. Ive waited for a very long time and the points have not posted. What can I do?
See the start of the wiki use the email indicated. Some people have found success by phoning their dedicated exec club number and asking.

3. Do I have to wait 30 or 60 days to ask for the bonus Tier Points (TPs)?
Now 14 working days after return. Theres mixed opinions on the board from those who have been waiting a long time. If the bonus TPs will upgrade your status then we suggest you ask for them as soon as you can.

4. The offer says the bonus tier points post with the same dates as the original flights but mine posted on the date I got the email. Why is this and can I change it?
The offer says that the bonus points should post on the dates of the original flights but very few are; normally they are posting on the date the bonus TPs are processed. If that affects you negatively then you should ask for them to be changed (email or phone). On the other hand some people are quite happy with them posting later, theres no sign of BA changing dates retrospectively. Again, if you benefit from the posting date, the FT custom is to thank the BA IT dept. for their coding competence in silence.

5. Does the offer work just for the person booking /paying or for all passengers?
It works for all passengers on the same booking. Some people have had BA claim only the booker gets the bonus TPs. This has been happening to a number of posters recently and is not in accordance with the offer terms. If this happens to you, complain.

6. Does the 5 night qualification include nights on the plane? So if I book night flights both ways can I just stay 3 nights in a hotel and qualify?
It appears you have to have 5 hotel nights or five nights car hire in the booking: a night flight doesnt count but if its all booked at one time then you can stay in multiple hotels (split stay)

7. Is there any limit to the number of bonus tier points I can get from the promotion?
Apparently not, there are some posters who already have had thousands of bonus tier points; depends on the depth of your wallet and availability of holidays.

8. Can I get upgraded status by using bonus Tier Points?
Yes, a number of posters have done this, not just getting to silver but to gold and beyond and at least 3 people have got GGL as a result of the offer

9. Do multi-stop tickets work?
Yes, a number of posters have had success all the flights should have BA codeshare numbers but do not need to be on BA metal. Some posters have earned more than 1000 TPs in total for multi-stop trips they have taken.

10. What if my flight is disrupted / cancelled?
If your flights are changed at the last moment BA Holidays normally will reroute you. At least one poster has had BA change some of their flights to a non codeshare flight and still got the bonus TPs. Its thought that you might get the bonus TPs but theres no definite confirmation of this.

11. Do reduced TP earning thresholds for status levels apply to bonus TP earning?
Yes, up until the end of the 2022.

12. Can I earn GUF (Gold Upgrade Vouchers) using the offer?
Yes, if you get over 2500 or 3500 TPs in total as normal.

13. What about using vouchers or Upgrade with Avios with the offer?
Redemption holidays (avios plus a combination hotel) dont qualify. Using UUA or vouchers (for which you have to call BA Holidays to use)- its not clear, we would expect the revenue level of tier points to post along with matching tier points to post, should you do better than this the custom on FT is to count your blessings in silence.

14. Do bonus TPs count towards lifetime tier point totals?
Yes.

15. I booked a car hire for the trip to convert a flight to a qualifying holiday. Do I have to actually pick up the car to get the bonus TPs?
The answer seems to be... depends on when you made the booking! Check the T&Cs for dates, but for bookings made prior to 26 June 2023, no. There is at least one poster who has not picked up the car and got the double tier points - although, in that case, Avis had massive queues and the poster had to leave the airport. It's probably OK to do this but not 100% definite. Others are claiming a sudden onset of amnesia on their arrival around their car hire booking and still apparently were getting the bonus points.

16. What happens if I booked according to the offer but then my flights / other arrangements get changed by BA holidays due to cancellations?
When you book it's worth getting a hard copy of your receipt as evidence. This will show you are in accordance with the offer terms. If things get changed later by BAH you can apply to BA to get the original offer TPs bonus TPs and Avios. This has worked for one person at least but you may have to be persistent.




Initial US terms and conditions
These seem to vary from the terms available for holidays originating from the UK.


This promotion is only open to Eligible Participants. An Eligible Participant is a person who has a British Airways Executive Club membership and who books and travels on a Qualifying Booking (see definition below). British Airways reserves the right to verify the eligibility of Eligible Participants. By taking part in this promotion, Eligible Participants confirm that they unconditionally accept the Terms and Conditions set out below.


1. A Qualifying Booking is a British Airways vacation booking that meets all of the following criteria:

a)       The booking must be for a British Airways Flights + Hotel or Flights + Car or Flights + Hotel + Car package booking originating in the USA only, booked in one transaction.

b)      The booking must contain British Airways flights including codeshares and British Airways marketed and/or operated flights only. Flights not meeting these criteria within the booking wont be awarded Tier Points. Flights offered as part of a British Airways vacation package that are provided by other airline partners that do not have a BA flight number will not be eligible.

c)       The hotel/car element of the package must be booked and used for the full duration of the vacation package, which must be a minimum of five nights, with the flights completed on or before 31 December 2024.

d)      The participant must register their British Airways Executive Club number against their booking prior to travel.



2. For the avoidance of doubt this offer does not apply to any British Airways flight only bookings made without a hotel or car or where the hotel or car is added to a booking in a separate transaction.

3. This promotion enables Eligible Participants to receive double Tier Points for all qualifying flights which are part of a Qualifying Booking. British Airways Executive Club Terms and Conditions and the Executive Club Conditions of Use will apply.

4. Standard Tier Points for the flight elements will be awarded in line with regular awarding timelines after completion of the flight returning to the USA which is part of a Qualifying Booking. The initial transaction will be updated when the additional Tier Points due as a result of this promotion are added to the standard Tier Points, within 14 working days of the return flight which is part of a Qualifying Booking.

5. The additional Tier Points covered by this promotion are non-transferable and there is no cash or credit alternative. British Airways does not accept any liability in the event that the double Tier Points received as a result of this promotion expire. Tier Points expire at the end of each membership year the anniversary of when you joined the Club. However, they will be added to your Lifetime Tier Points, the total Tier Points youve ever earned with the Club. Your membership year-end date and Lifetime Tier Points are on your Account Page.

6. All vacation packages are offered subject to availability.

7. British Airways vacation booking Terms and Conditions apply. All travel on British Airways flights is subject to British Airways General Conditions of Carriage and its Notice and Conditions of Contract as stated on each ticket or itinerary as provided. Passengers travelling on flights operated by another carrier will be subject to the conditions of carriage of that carrier.

8. British Airways reserves the right to cancel or amend without notice the terms of this promotion at any time and for any reason.

9. Information is correct on 27 July 2023.

10. British Airways is in no way liable for the reproduction or indirect access via any third-party website or home page access which reproduction misstates or omits any of the information or Terms and Conditions of this promotion.

11. Promotional materials form part of these Terms and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions shall prevail if there is any conflict between these and the promotional materials.

12. This promotion will be governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

13. The promoter is British Airways Plc, Waterside, PO Box 365, Harmondsworth, UB7 0GB. Registered No 1777777.
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Double Tier Points on British Airways Holidays bookings [*now inc FROM USA*]

Old Sep 14, 2021, 9:59 am
  #196  
 
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I'm assuming that the '5 night' requirement means you just need 5 nights hotel booked and used? And that it can be multiple hotels?

I'm planning a DXB trip that will come in overnight and arrive at 7.45am, so technically I won't be there for 5 full nights. But if I book a cheap hotel covering that night (which I could then effectively use for a quick nap and shower for a few hours when I get in the next morning), I would hope that this would count. Ditto on the way back - I'll be on the 2am flight back but will have the hotel for that night too even though I would check out very early.

Then I have the 'good' hotel I actually want to stay in for the middle 3 nights.
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Old Sep 14, 2021, 11:03 am
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Originally Posted by ratechaser
I'm assuming that the '5 night' requirement means you just need 5 nights hotel booked and used? And that it can be multiple hotels?

I'm planning a DXB trip that will come in overnight and arrive at 7.45am, so technically I won't be there for 5 full nights. But if I book a cheap hotel covering that night (which I could then effectively use for a quick nap and shower for a few hours when I get in the next morning), I would hope that this would count. Ditto on the way back - I'll be on the 2am flight back but will have the hotel for that night too even though I would check out very early.

Then I have the 'good' hotel I actually want to stay in for the middle 3 nights.
On a similar subject, I have a booking, which otherwise qualifies, but has a hotel for first 3 days and car hire for the last days - all booked at once. The agent seemed to think it qualified, as it had a hotel or car hire for all the days of the booking (no empty day but neither were full 5 days) - but I'm not so sure!
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Old Sep 14, 2021, 11:11 am
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Originally Posted by sb1982
On a similar subject, I have a booking, which otherwise qualifies, but has a hotel for first 3 days and car hire for the last days - all booked at once. The agent seemed to think it qualified, as it had a hotel or car hire for all the days of the booking (no empty day but neither were full 5 days) - but I'm not so sure!
"a. The booking must be for a British Airways Holidays Flights + Hotel or Flights + Car or Flights + Hotel + Car package booking originating in the UK only and the hotel or car element of the booking must be booked for the duration of the trip." - neither your hotel or car bookings are for the duration so, based on that wording, I would suggest it's a non-qualifier.
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Old Sep 14, 2021, 11:18 am
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Well, I did not plan that very well !
Got back from the holiday 6th Sept. Tier Point reset 8th Sept, so wasted the double points (way off retaining gold, so glad I got the extension)
Should have delayed the holiday a few weeks to get everything into this year, to work towards retaining gold next year !
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Old Sep 16, 2021, 11:03 am
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I'm due to travel to Orlando in October and my trip qualifies. However the CW holiday is 2,800 but WTP option is just over 1K. My limit is really 2K for this trip. So I was thinking I could do a POUG - maybe 500? in at least in one direction and I'd still get more TPs than just a normal CW return.

If I do manage to get a POUG would I then get double TPs just on that leg?

Is hoping to buy an upgrade worth the gamble given the low occupancy on aircraft at the moment? I'm Gold if that makes any difference.

Interested in people's thoughts.
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Old Sep 16, 2021, 12:26 pm
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Has anyone succeeded in getting a BAH booking with BA coded flights for US internal flights. Here is a sample itinerary, which would rack up 1,560 TPs !!!

If I try and book this in BAH, I get AA coded internal flights - and it doesn't qualify.

Tried calling and the agent couldn't help, but it was close to 1800 finish. Thinking of HUCA, but wondering if others have had success.


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Old Sep 16, 2021, 3:45 pm
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Originally Posted by zen100
Has anyone succeeded in getting a BAH booking with BA coded flights for US internal flights. Here is a sample itinerary, which would rack up 1,560 TPs !!!

If I try and book this in BAH, I get AA coded internal flights - and it doesn't qualify.

Tried calling and the agent couldn't help, but it was close to 1800 finish. Thinking of HUCA, but wondering if others have had success.


Sometimes the AA flights simply aren't available as codeshares, what I have found, and the agents often don't check - is if you bite the bullet and do the internal flights in Economy and it opens up some BA numbers. It might be worth getting double for the BA First and Club World flights, even if you sacrifice a little on the short internal AA flights.
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Old Sep 16, 2021, 4:46 pm
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Originally Posted by zen100
Has anyone succeeded in getting a BAH booking with BA coded flights for US internal flights. Here is a sample itinerary, which would rack up 1,560 TPs !!!

If I try and book this in BAH, I get AA coded internal flights - and it doesn't qualify.

Tried calling and the agent couldn't help, but it was close to 1800 finish. Thinking of HUCA, but wondering if others have had success.


Yes, did this earlier today. Try and recreate this within BA's own tools and go from there. The JFK to LAS leg is the key here in keeping the price down, but I skipped the LAS-JFK red-eye upright in favour of an LAX F departure into Heathrow in far more comfort. Still something like 1120TPs total and held with just a 150 deposit.
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Old Sep 16, 2021, 5:40 pm
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Originally Posted by zen100
Has anyone succeeded in getting a BAH booking with BA coded flights for US internal flights. Here is a sample itinerary, which would rack up 1,560 TPs !!!

If I try and book this in BAH, I get AA coded internal flights - and it doesn't qualify.

Tried calling and the agent couldn't help, but it was close to 1800 finish. Thinking of HUCA, but wondering if others have had success.


Using the BA Flight+hotel tool I struggled to get a decent TP earning itinerary to LAS even in Business. Outbound JER-LON-JFK-LAS was possible whilst for the return it only seemed to offer additional 40 TP routings through ORD or PHL. I ended up changing destination to LAX where it was relatively straightforward to build a JER-LON-JFK-LAX return for 1280 TP for under 2k with a dubious hotel. It seemed possible to add in an additional leg eg LAX-PHX-JFK-LON-JER although that resulted in some AA flight numbers and loss of flatbed on transcon. For First Class I think JER-LON-JFK is worth a look with 1000 TP and CCR at both locations.
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Old Sep 16, 2021, 5:51 pm
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Following on from the above eg Feb 10-15 JER-LHR-NYC in First plus 5 nights hotel for 1 pax from 1800. However, that is for flights to EWR, 100 GBP extra each way for JFK
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Old Sep 17, 2021, 12:53 am
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Originally Posted by Fossiebear
Using the BA Flight+hotel tool I struggled to get a decent TP earning itinerary to LAS even in Business. Outbound JER-LON-JFK-LAS was possible whilst for the return it only seemed to offer additional 40 TP routings through ORD or PHL. I ended up changing destination to LAX where it was relatively straightforward to build a JER-LON-JFK-LAX return for 1280 TP for under 2k with a dubious hotel. It seemed possible to add in an additional leg eg LAX-PHX-JFK-LON-JER although that resulted in some AA flight numbers and loss of flatbed on transcon. For First Class I think JER-LON-JFK is worth a look with 1000 TP and CCR at both locations.
Wasn't going to risk JER departure in case BA decides it's not UK or eligible for double TPs. Direct from London added 200 but, really, it'd cost me more to fly and stay overnight in Jersey to position anyway, so happy with that, plus I'd think the Gatwick change risk would add more bother. JFK-LAS is also 140 TPs, just a lot less comfortable than JFK-LAX on the T Sharklets with lay flat! All my attempts to get LAX pushed that leg into economy or bumped the price upward by 1000+.
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Old Sep 17, 2021, 12:59 am
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Originally Posted by Fossiebear
Following on from the above eg Feb 10-15 JER-LHR-NYC in First plus 5 nights hotel for 1 pax from 1800. However, that is for flights to EWR, 100 GBP extra each way for JFK
EWR outbound is good: CCR in London, easier to exit the airport Stateside, better trains if you're not going into Manhattan; plus updated 777 with Club Suite and 4* F seats. CCR for return could make JFK worth paying for one way, but if you're not chasing significant TPs then I'd stick with the CS out of EWR for a further 300 saving. Another trick: returning to London not Jersey further lowers the price by about 50.
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Old Sep 17, 2021, 1:36 am
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Originally Posted by RolandLondon
I'm due to travel to Orlando in October and my trip qualifies. However the CW holiday is 2,800 but WTP option is just over 1K. My limit is really 2K for this trip. So I was thinking I could do a POUG - maybe 500? in at least in one direction and I'd still get more TPs than just a normal CW return.

If I do manage to get a POUG would I then get double TPs just on that leg?

Is hoping to buy an upgrade worth the gamble given the low occupancy on aircraft at the moment? I'm Gold if that makes any difference.

Interested in people's thoughts.
Why dont you book it as CW one way and WTP the other from the outset?
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Old Sep 17, 2021, 1:58 am
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Originally Posted by mmxbreaks
Yes, did this earlier today. Try and recreate this within BA's own tools and go from there. The JFK to LAS leg is the key here in keeping the price down, but I skipped the LAS-JFK red-eye upright in favour of an LAX F departure into Heathrow in far more comfort. Still something like 1120TPs total and held with just a 150 deposit.
Thanks. I'll try that.

If I booked the flights first (all BA codeshares), the website threw an error when I tried to add a hotel or car.
If I booked it through the BAH portal from the outset, it gave me AA codeshares.

The fare was available with an earlier evening departure from LAS/JFK, but was fine with the redeye, spend another day in NYC, then head back to JFK. In any case, AA will butcher the JFK/LAS itinerary anyway, which means I normally reroute onto the transcon . I understand what you mean about a nice LAX F return.

First things first, need to find a way of booking it. Were you able to do it online, or did you need to call
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Old Sep 17, 2021, 2:00 am
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Originally Posted by sb1982
Sometimes the AA flights simply aren't available as codeshares, what I have found, and the agents often don't check - is if you bite the bullet and do the internal flights in Economy and it opens up some BA numbers. It might be worth getting double for the BA First and Club World flights, even if you sacrifice a little on the short internal AA flights.
I could price up the above itinerary, with BA codeshares on flight-only. But I get an error when trying to add hotel/car.
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