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Is 403 a good deal for WT+ return LHR to BOS in November?

Old Jul 8, 06, 10:48 am
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Is 403 a good deal for WT+ return LHR to BOS in November?

I have just booked a weekend return in November, out on BA213 on 17/11/06 and back on BA238 on 20/11/06.

using this link:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/showt...6&page=1&pp=15

Is this a good deal?

MMB shows full miles and 150 TP.

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Old Jul 8, 06, 10:52 am
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http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=576458

Good...but maybe not as good as NYC for 383*

*368 if you don't fly on Fri-Sun and pay the weekend supplement

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Old Jul 8, 06, 2:10 pm
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Personally that is a cracker IMO. I shall look to book a weekend for the other half and myself ASAP.
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Old Jul 8, 06, 2:15 pm
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Hi,

400 approx to East coast USA is ,IMHO an excellent deal for WT+ ( considering the 130+ of taxes/fuel charges).
Not forgetting of course that if you need to be op-uped ( unlikely but you never know) it will be into CW.

( As a BA Gold you can enjoy F check in and the F lounge also )
Boston is a beautiful city.

Enjoy!

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Old Jul 9, 06, 3:01 am
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If you have a shareholder discount you may still get a better deal for other places. I certainly did for some European flights I wanted.

Edited to say that I just tried your route. WOW, even with s/h discount it would have been 900 pounds more!
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Old Jul 9, 06, 7:10 am
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I've been looking for two WT+ tickets to Denver in September but even though I've tried booking using this link I keep getting around 3,300. Is it worth holding out for longer or is this as good as it gets on that route?
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Old Jul 9, 06, 7:15 am
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Originally Posted by tony flynn
I've been looking for two WT+ tickets to Denver in September but even though I've tried booking using this link I keep getting around 3,300. Is it worth holding out for longer or is this as good as it gets on that route?
I've just tried WT+ to Denver in September, and it's showing as 980. There are some flights at 1100 on some dates.

I used the following link:-

http://www.britishairways.com/trave...aemail_BATS15SB

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Old Jul 9, 06, 7:27 am
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Originally Posted by DYKWIA
I've just tried WT+ to Denver in September, and it's showing as 980. There are some flights at 1100 on some dates.

I used the following link:-

http://www.britishairways.com/trave...aemail_BATS15SB

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Thanks for the quick reply Rick but that link comes up as page not found, could you please let me know where you found it or repost it?

Thanks,
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Old Jul 9, 06, 7:30 am
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Originally Posted by tony flynn
Thanks for the quick reply Rick but that link comes up as page not found, could you please let me know where you found it or repost it?
See the links in both the OP and my subsequent post...
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Old Jul 9, 06, 7:32 am
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Originally Posted by G-BOAC
See the links in both the OP and my subsequent post...
Sorry, try this one...

Special BATS Offer

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Old Jul 9, 06, 7:38 am
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Originally Posted by DYKWIA
Sorry, try this one...

Special BATS Offer

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Thanks Rick and thanks G-BOAC, I realise now that it works if I vary the dates but the dates just don't work for me! I can't complain though because I got LGW-TPA in September for my wife and I for 2000 so I'm still a very happy bunny
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Old Jul 9, 06, 10:03 am
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Originally Posted by Heathrow 777
I have just booked a weekend return in November, out on BA213 on 17/11/06 and back on BA238 on 20/11/06.

using this link:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/showt...6&page=1&pp=15

Is this a good deal?

MMB shows full miles and 150 TP.

Would anyone like to join me?

Count me in!
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