Deal alert: London to U.S. cities in first class from £1,998 return for summer travel with BA

Dec 23, 2019

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You can’t quite beat flying in first class, and you can’t quite beat these prices in first class during the school holidays to cities across the United States with British Airways. You can get to Nashville for as low as £1,998 return and New York from £2,296 — around £1,000 less than the usual prices. There are also great fares to the West Coast with San Francisco coming in at £2,064 return.

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Not only will you get to experience the best of British Airways’ hospitality, you’ll also earn yourself a decent stack of extra Tier Points. Retaining your BA and Oneworld status or upgrading to the next tier can be invaluable if you’re a frequent flyer. For example, a return flight to San Francisco (SFO) in First would earn 210 Tier Points each way, earning you a total of 420 TPs. That’s more than two-thirds of the amount of points required to retain Silver status for another year.

Airline: British Airways
Routes: LHR to U.S. cities
Cost: £1,998+ return
Travel Dates: July to August 2020 (including school holidays)

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

London (LHR) to Nashville (BNA) for £1,998 return in First:

London (LHR) to Chicago (ORD) for £2,010 return in First:

London (LHR) to San Francisco (SFO) for £2,064 return in First:

London (LHR) to New York (JFK) for £2,296 return in First:

H/T: Secret Flying

Featured photo by Nicky Kelvin/The Points Guy 

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