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Update 1/22/2019 7:21am: The BA sale page is now showing that this deal is no longer active. Check back Wednesday to see the newest cities that are part of this 100-year sale.


With British Airways entering its centenary year, the deal hunters among us should be poised for some goodness coming from London.

The 100-year-old airline announced on Monday that it would sell 100 seats for £100 to different destinations each day of the week. Monday’s offering disappeared within the hour, so be quick if you want to get in on the action on Tuesday and throughout the rest of the week.

When?

Tickets go on sale at midday GMT (7am ET) each day from January 21-24.

Where?

Two destinations, unknown in advance, will be offered each day.

Monday: New York and Cape Town (SOLD OUT)

Tuesday: Boston and Abu Dhabi

Wednesday: TBD

Thursday: TBD

When?

Abu Dhabi tickets are available are for outbound travel from April 22 to May 22, 2019, with a return before  June 2, 2019. And Boston tickets are available from for outbound travel beginning February 25 through March 22, 2019, with a return before March 29.

How Much?

£100 ($128) each way for coach seats including 23kg checked baggage.

How to Book?

The offer is bookable here directly with British Airways.

Will I Earn Miles and Can I Upgrade?

The ticket books into M class. Monday’s deal to Cape Town would have earned a BA Executive Club Blue member 6,020 Avios (18,060 Avios for a Gold member) and 80 tier points. M class tickets are also upgradable using Avios to World Traveller Plus, should you be able to find redemption availability.

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