Deal alert: TPG readers get first access to two-for-one-business class Valentine’s Day sale to France and Italy

Jan 25, 2022

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Editor’s note: This story has been updated

As January comes to an end and we look ahead, we all know what holiday arrives on Feb. 14. Whether you’ll be spending it with your significant other or your friends, nothing quite says “I love you” like flying business class to Paris, Milan or Southern France, am I right?

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Deal basics

Airlines: La Compagnie.
Routes: EWR to ORY/NCE/MXP.
How to book: Directly through the airline online.
Travel dates: Through 2022; some blackout dates apply and are subject to availability.
Book by: Feb 1 – Feb 14.

There are 2,000 seats available for this limited-time promotion. All tickets are non-refundable but can be changed for free.

La Compagnie kindly shared this deal with TPG readers ahead of its public launch tomorrow, so you are getting a first look.

Sale routes

This Valentine’s Day, French business-class airline, La Compagnie, is offering 2-for-1 deals across all three of its routes:

  • Fly from New York City (EWR) to Milan (MXP) for $2,800 round-trip, with two tickets included.
  • Fly from New York City (EWR) to Paris (ORY) and Nice (NCE) for $3,000 round-trip, with two tickets included.

Service from EWR to MXP is a new route for La Compagnie launching on April 15. Its EWR to NCE route resumes service on May 7.

Round-trip tickets for the mentioned routes normally start at around $2,600 per person, so this is really an incredible deal.

“With just 76 full-flat seats in a 2×2 configuration, couples can cozy up and enjoy an intimate and comfortable flight with state-of-the-art entertainment, free Wi-Fi, refreshing amenity kits with Caudalie skincare products, seasonally curated menus by Michelin-starred chefs, plus a selective list of organic wines and champagne,” the airline told TPG.

You can also check out the La Compagnie lounge at EWR.

(Photo courtesy of La Compagnie)

Related: La Compagnie, an all-business-class airline, just announced 2 new international routes

Social media contest

Outside of the sale flights, La Compagnie is running a “Long Distance Relationtrip” contest for couples in long-distance relationships between New York and Paris where two lucky couples will have the opportunity to reunite with their significant other for Valentine’s Day weekend.

The New York-based winner will receive a round-trip ticket to travel to Paris, valid for travel from Feb. 10–15.

The contest is live now on La Compagnie’s social media channels through Jan. 30. Winners will be announced on Jan. 31.

To enter:

  1. Follow La Compagnie on Instagram or Facebook.
  2. Like the below post on either Instagram or Facebook and tag your partner who lives in Paris in the comments.

Share the post to your Instagram story for an additional entry.

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Bottom line

(Photo by Alexander Spatari via Getty Images)

I spent Valentine’s Day in the City of Light in 2012 with my girlfriends from college while we were studying abroad. I must admit, no Valentine’s Day has compared since.

Whether you are single, in a committed relationship or just love to travel, gift yourself and someone you love a spectacular trip with this deal.

Featured photo courtesy of La Compagnie.

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