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This $16 Membership Saves You $100 to $400 on British Airways Bookings Made by July 31, 2016!

This $16 Membership Saves You $100 to $400 on British Airways Bookings Made by July 31, 2016!

Million Mile SecretsThis $16 Membership Saves You $100 to $400 on British Airways Bookings Made by July 31, 2016!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Good news!  Via No Mas Coach!, AARP members (anyone of any age can join AARP for $16) can now save more on British Airways flights when you book your ticket by July 31, 2016, for travel through March 31, 2017!

With this deal, you’ll save between $100 and $400 on paid tickets with British Airways from the US.

This 16 Membership Saves You 100 To 400 On British Airways Bookings Made By July 31, 2016
You Can Save Money Using Your AARP Membership for Discounts on British Airways Flights, and Fly in Comfort for Less Like Emily Did!

Here’s how to get the discount!

Increased AARP Discount on British Airways Flights

Link:   AARP Discount on British Airways Flights

Link:   Join AARP

AARP members can save $100 to $400 per round-trip ticket on British Airways flights starting in the US when you book your ticket by July 31, 2016, and travel by March 31, 2017.

This is a bigger than usual discount for coach and premium economy tickets.  The savings for Business and First Class flights have stayed the same.

The amount you save depends on the ticket you buy:

  • $100 off coach (usually $65)
  • $200 off Premium Economy (usually $130)
  • $400 off Business Class and First Class (no change)

The discount only applies to round-trip tickets.  One-way tickets aren’t eligible.

Business Class flights are expensive, usually ~$5,000.  But sometimes there are cheaper Business Class flights because of fare wars or sales, like the recent Business Class tickets to Israel for ~$1,406.

By combining a sale fare with the AARP discount, you can get an amazing deal!  And don’t forget about the additional 10% off you’ll get using the Chase British Airways card. 😉

Here’s my post with full details about how to become an AARP member and use the discount on British Airways flights.

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