Save $65-$400 Off British Airways Transatlantic Flights

Sep 22, 2016

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

Update 10/26/16: Good news! British Airways and AARP have extended the deadline for booking until January 31, 2017. At this time, the deadline for travel is still March 31, 2017. We will update you as soon as this is extended. Offer expired on March 31, 2017.

One of the best discounts around was just extended for bookings through the end of the year. Now through December 31, AARP members can save $65 to $400 off per person on a British Airways round-trip. Under the current version of this promotion, the discount is valid for flights departing by March 31, 2017.

There are few restrictions on this promotion. Obviously, you need to be an AARP member — but anyone can become a member for just $16 a year. Your flights have to originate in the US and fly transatlantic. Unfortunately, no open jaws are allowed. All flights must be flown on American Airlines, British Airways, Open Skies, Finnair and/or Iberia. Lastly, you must book through the British Airways’ AARP webpage.

British Airways just extended this deal for bookings made through December 31.
British Airways just extended this deal for bookings made through December 31.

The terms and conditions state that “this offer is not combinable with any other discount or deal.” However, in practice, we have found that this offer is indeed combinable with the 10% discount for paying with your British Airways Visa Signature Card. Combining these two promotions, we have found extraordinary deals from the US to Europe starting at just $1,058 round-trip in business class.

Already an AARP member and wondering how to get the discount? Here’s a step-by-step guide.

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