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Via One Mile at a Time, you can get flights from New York to Paris in Business Class for just ~$1,167 round-trip on British Airways!
I don’t expect this deal to last long! You can book now and think later because you’ll have 24 hours to cancel your flight without penalty.
Business Class flights to Europe can cost over $3,000! So this is a great deal!
This deal is available for travel from May 2015 to August 2015. I’ll show you the 3 easy steps that can get you to Paris for this great price!
Step 1 – Search for Flights
Link: Google Flights
Start by making sure you can find flights that will work for you!
Step 2 – Join AARP to Save ~$400! (You Don’t Have to Be Over 50)
Link: Join AARP
You can save ~$400 on your British Airways Business Class flight to Paris (book by March 31, 2016) through AARP!
Go to the AARP registration page and enter your information. Once you’ve signed-up, you’ll be given a membership number and you can create your online account.
Now that you’re an official AARP member, visit the British Airways offer page to get your ~$400 discount.
Log into your account and search for the same flights you found earlier.
The new price for your round-trip Business Class flight to Paris is now down to ~$1,297.
But you can save a bit more!
Step 3 – Save 10%
Chase British Airways cardholders, can save another 10%! Just enter code “CARDOFFERU” and pay with your card.
Your final price is now just $1,167!
Don’t Live Near New York? Get There for Cheap!
You can use your miles to get to New York for close to free!
Here’s a few ways you can get there:
- United Airlines – There are lots of ways to earn United Airlines miles. Including transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards points to United Airlines. If you need help with booking a United Airlines award flight, check out my post on how to use United Airlines miles.
- Southwest – If you need more Southwest points, Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer to Southwest. Plus, if you have the Southwest Companion Pass, a friend can fly with you for (almost) free!
- British Airways – If you’re a short flight away from New York, you can save miles by using British Airways Avios points to book an award flight on American Airlines. Chase Ultimate Rewards points , American Express Membership Rewards points, and Starwood Preferred Guest points transfer to British Airways.
And once you arrive in Paris, there are discount airlines that can get you around Europe.
Use Your Hotel Points to Stay in Paris for Free!
You can use points you earn with hotels such as Hilton and Hyatt. Or transfer flexible points like Chase Ultimate Rewards or American Express Membership Rewards to hotel partners.
And if you want to book paid hotel stays you can save money on sites like Orbitz, Expedia, or TravelPony. However, keep in mind, you typically won’t earn hotel points or get hotel elite status benefits when you book through these 3rd-party sites.
You can also find affordable accommodations through Airbnb. This is a great way to get a feel for how the locals live!
You can get a round-trip flight from New York (JFK) to Paris (ORY) in Business Class for only ~$1,167! The same flight could cost over $3,000!
You can get this price by joining AARP (you don’t have to be over 50!), logging-in through the British Airways page to save $400, and then using promotional code “CARDOFFERU” to save 10% if you’re a Chase British Airways cardholder.
Cheap flights like this don’t last long. So if you find a flight that works for you, book now! You can cancel within 24 hours for a full refund.
Let us know if you’re able to get in on this deal!
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