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British Airways has launched its annual September sale with up to 25% off fares in Club World/Club Suite and World Traveller (economy) cabins, as well as discounts on World Traveller Plus (premium economy) and first. Our top pick would be flying return to Toronto (YYZ) in the airline’s brand new Club Suite from £1,398. We sent Nicky on the brand new A350’s first ever long haul flight to Dubai (DXB) this week and you can read about his thoughts here.

A little closer to home, you can even bag a Club Europe flight to destinations such as Amsterdam (AMS), Porto (OPO) and Seville (SVQ) for less than £200 return — something to consider if you’re in need of a few extra Tier Points. A return flight in Club Europe to these destinations will earn you 80 Tier Points instead of the 10 that you would earn by flying BA’s lowest economy fare. That’s not forgetting the access to the British Airways lounges and in-flight meal and drink service that you wouldn’t get flying economy.

Head to the British Airways website now, as these sale fares must be booked by 24 September. Availability starts in November and December and continues through to April 2020.

Here is a round up of the best fares you can expect to find:

Club Europe:

  • London (LGW) to Amsterdam (AMS) from £147 return
  • London (LGW) to Porto (OPO) from £173 return
  • London LGW) to Seville (SVQ) from £189 return

Economy Basic: (baggage not included)

  • London (LHR) to San José, California (SJC) from £308 return
  • London (LHR) to Philadelphia (PHL) from £319 return
  • London (LHR) Muscat (MCT) from £399 return
  • London (LHR) Bangkok (BKK) from £399 return

Club World/Club Suite:

  • London (LHR) to New York (JFK) from £1,349 return
  • London (LHR) to Toronto (YYZ) from £1,398 return while flying BA’s new Club Suite on the brand new A350
  • London (LHR) to San José, Costa Rice (SJO) from £1,595 return

Deal destinations and prices are subject to change.

Click here to take advantage of British Airways September Sale.

Featured photo by Nicky Kelvin/The Points Guy

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