British Airways Partner Sale: FIRST CLASS to America at €1,534 per Person!

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Oneworld stalwart British Airways is offering very generous fares for FIRST CLASS flights to the U.S.A.. Several nonstop destinations are available from London-Heathrow for a fare of £1,500 per person or even less when booking through an OTA. These fares are only available if you purchase two tickets (for you and a friend/lover/family member/someone you just really like a lot).

These tickets are on sale until August 19, 2019, but will likely run out of availabilty much earlier.

These nonstop destinations are included in this offer (prices are per person):

Hard to believe, but these are FIRST CLASS fares.

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This offer is available for flights starting between today and September 30, 2019. Your latest possible return date is October 10, 2019. The only other restriction is a minimum stay of at least one night from Sunday to Saturday.

Google Flights has trouble displaying these fares accurately. We recommend to fool around with our flight search or go straight to We recommend doing the latter. While prices there can be up to €100 per person higher than the cheapest available at online travel agencies, you’ll still get an extremely comely first class ticket. Plus, their search function is pretty easy to handle AND you’ll receive much better customer service, should anything go wrong.


These tickets are issued in booking class A. This is a full fare first class ticket – most Oneworld programs grant at least 150%, but most likely 200% of your travel distance in award mileage. This is the expected output for flights to New York:

  • 30,980 on Alaska Mileage Plan
  • 17,210 on British Airways Executive Club
  • 17,210 on Iberia Plus
  • 17,210 on Aer Lingus AerClub
  • 16,620 on LATAM Pass
  • 16,620 on Finnair Plus
  • 10,320 on Air Italy Meridiana Club
  • 10,320 on S7 Airlines Priority Club
  • 10,320 on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
  • 10,320 on American AAdvantage
  • 10,320 on Qatar Airways Privilege Club
  • 10,320 on Asia Miles
  • 10,320 on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
  • 10,320 on SriLankan FlySmiles
  • 10,320 on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
Data provided by Without guarantee on correctness.

Further, a roundtrip to America is worth 420 tier points in British Airways Executive Club, going two thirds of the way to Oneworld Sapphire (600 tier points). You can turn this offer into a viable mileage run by adding a departure from Inverness and an American domestic flight:

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Thanks two to European Business segments and an American Airlines Domestic First leg you can earn up to 540 tier points on the ticket above. It also includes all four British Airways flight segments you need to get Oneworld Sapphire.

Even for a BUSINESS CLASS ticket, this is CHEAP!

Thanks to our source GodSaveThePoints!

Cover Picture: © British Airways
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Comments (2)

  1. Crazy deal but DO NOT buy with Travel Up (OTA) at all cost!

    From my experience one of the worst OTA ever considering honesty, professionalism, etc.

    Customer service in reality does not exist.

    I have booked 4 tickets to South America and it was clearly stated at that checked luggage was included in both directions.

    But when I received my confirmation from OTA Travel Up, my checked luggage was only in one direction !!!

    Unfortunately I didn’t do screenshots or recording procedure of the reservation, so it’s very difficult to prove it.

    Worst of all, I sent at least 5 complaint emails with all the information I had, but OTA Travel Up were not answered me not even in a word.

    Complete ignorance on its worst way!


    • Thanks for your feedback, Phillipe!
      Because of incidents like that, we always state that OTAs may offer the cheapest tickets, but booking with directly with the airline is the safest choice.


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