Act fast: Get 2p per Avios value for new British Airways flight bookings this weekend

Aug 20, 2021

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British Airways has launched a new way to redeem your Avios for maximum value, but you’ll have to act fast.

For new BA flight bookings booked by 11:59 p.m. on Monday 23 August 2021 (for travel anytime), you can choose to save £5 for every 250 Avios you redeem against the cost of the flight. Best of all you can multiple this many times over on the same flight, up to a £50 discount on a oneway flight (be redeeming 2,500 Avios) and a huge £100 discount on a return flight by redeeming 5,000 Avios.

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This 2p per Avios value offer is significantly better than British Airways cash + Avios options where you will usually off you. It is also far above our normal valuation of Avios of 1.1p each, so this is a fantastic way to use your Avios.

To take advantage of this fantastic deal you must have at least 250 Avios in your Executive Account (the minimum discount option) and you’ll need to be logged into your Executive Club account to see the discount options. The offer is only for new bookings and flights operated by British Airways in any cabin of service, departing the United Kingdom.

It excludes Cityflyer flights which is most flights to and from London City (LCY).

You can book here but hurry – the offer ends Monday night.

Featured image courtesy of British Airways

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