Business class deal: London to the USA and Canada in Club World from £1,175 including Christmas and New Year

Feb 27, 2020

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Who doesn’t love a good deal in business class, especially when it’s valid over the most expensive time of the year to travel — Christmas and New Year. Flights are available to book throughout November, December and January to various destinations across North America. The flights are with British Airways in the airlines Club World cabin or, if you’re flying to Toronto (YYZ), you’ll get to experience the airline’s Club Suite on one of its brand new A350s.

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 New York (JFK) in Club earn 140 Tier Points each way, earning you a total of 280 TPs. That’s almost half the amount of Tier Points required to earn Silver Status!

Related reading: These short-haul destinations can earn you 160 Tier Points

Airline: British Airways
Routes: LHR to IAD/JFK/YYZ
Cost: £1,175+ return
Travel Dates: November 2020 to January 2021 (including Christmas and New Year)

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

London (LHR) to Toronto (YYZ) for £1,175 return in Club Suite:

London (LGW) to New York (JFK) for £1,192 return in Club:

London (LGW) to New York (JFK) for £1,192 return in Club:

London (LHR) to Washington (IAD) for £1,194 return in Club:

Featured photo by Nicky Kelvin/The Points Guy 

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