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BA FIRST CLASS LHR TO JFK 1593 GBP return

BA FIRST CLASS LHR TO JFK 1593 GBP return

Old Aug 27, 20, 8:59 am
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BA FIRST CLASS LHR TO JFK 1593 GBP return

A great deal for BA First again earning 30672 Alaska miles enough for a one way fare in Business on Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong to Australia.
access to Concorde room is also included, if these flights credited to BA as of now due to COVID 19 silver status is in easy reach.
Other great deals in BA FIRST return
Austin - 1797 GBP
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Las Vegas - 2093 GBP
Miami - 1893 GBP
Philadelphia - 1697 GBP
San Francisco - 1693 GBP
Vancouver - 1893 GBP

and more on ba.com Book now on sale before 30 September. BA Club World is on sale but due to First being priced only 200-300 GBP extra than Club each way it is a no brainer not to book First
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Old Aug 27, 20, 9:19 am
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Available from late December till next summer. As per usual starting in INV will cut the price down a bit. INV-LHR-SFO 1573 GBP. So about a 120 GBP cut and extra tier points.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 10:35 am
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Is First all that much better than the new club suite? Just in terms of hard product.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 11:10 am
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The current BA F product is atrocious with closed CCR extremely bad food service and even less bedding for “health and safety” reasons. I doubt the proper BA F will be back anytime soon, specially with the cost cutting policy.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 11:11 am
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Originally Posted by seantheman View Post
Is First all that much better than the new club suite? Just in terms of hard product.
Depends what you care about. The new suits have a door First class seats don't. It basically better service and more space Vs a door. Many were surprised that first class didn't get a door as well.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 11:12 am
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Originally Posted by seantheman View Post
Is First all that much better than the new club suite? Just in terms of hard product.
In some aspects, more privacy despite the door in the Club Suite and your forgetting it on a Dreamliner you have a small cabin of 8 seats and more room and on the A380 the space is huge. But yes the Club Suite is better than First class on the B777 and B747 due to their congested 14 seat cabin and its old nature
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Old Aug 27, 20, 11:13 am
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Originally Posted by ermis177 View Post
The current BA F product is atrocious with closed CCR extremely bad food service and even less bedding for “health and safety” reasons. I doubt the proper BA F will be back anytime soon, specially with the cost cutting policy.
These only book for next year and till beginning of June. By that point they will have restored most of the service or basically discontinued the product. 14 months in they can't claim that they couldn't figure it out while Lufthansa is having the full service right now.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 11:20 am
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Originally Posted by seantheman View Post
Is First all that much better than the new club suite? Just in terms of hard product.
Only flew the one on A380 several times and IMHO it was much better.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 10:17 pm
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A sample date link would be superb. Using Matrix, I can't find anything (INV-SFO) for less than about GBP5000 through June.
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Old Aug 27, 20, 10:31 pm
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Originally Posted by danger View Post
A sample date link would be superb. Using Matrix, I can't find anything (INV-SFO) for less than about GBP5000 through June.
It is available basically every midweek departure next year till June. Some Monday to Sunday options available for a bit extra. Min couple of days turnaround. 6/7 days give the best availability.
INV-LHR-SFO for 1542 GBP
A routing via LAX also available for extra 40 tier point each way. The pricing is the same.
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Old Aug 28, 20, 2:06 am
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SAMPLE LINK for LHR-JFK

Originally Posted by danger View Post
A sample date link would be superb. Using Matrix, I can't find anything (INV-SFO) for less than about GBP5000 through June.
You can book on ba.com visit cheapest fares .
Here's a link however

https://www.google.com/flights?hl=en...2*2.GBP.153692
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Old Aug 28, 20, 6:59 am
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This is a great fare, assuming that BA service returns to normal by the time one flies. SFO can be routed via LAX for more TPs. But not JFK.

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Old Aug 28, 20, 8:54 am
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@SFO777 Yes it is, also assuming that US immigration restrictions are relaxed. Worst that could happen I guess is I end up with a voucher.
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Old Aug 28, 20, 8:56 am
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Just turn it into a holiday with one night accom or car (throwaway) and pay a small deposit
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Old Aug 28, 20, 10:00 am
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Originally Posted by mikeyfly View Post
Just turn it into a holiday with one night accom or car (throwaway) and pay a small deposit
brilliant idea, thanks
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