That’s wayyyy low…

Why not take the all new Boeing 787 for £287 round trip? If you’ve been thinking it’s time to take a bite out of the Big Apple, hit the big end of summer sales, enjoy the change of the seasons and maybe catch a Knicks game, this is the sale you’ve been waiting for. Virgin Atlantic has placed direct flights to New York on sale for just £287 round trip from London, which is like… pretty exciting.

The Deals

7/31 Update: These deals have now expired. Congratulations to everyone who booked and scored an awesome deal to New York. 

Direct flights, New York, the Big Apple, the big cheese, London, sales, bars, pizza – you get the idea. Virgin Atlantic is on a roll today, announcing a pop up London bar with 230 American beers, and now they’re taking the game even further, with £287 round trip flights to New York. At that price, Europe starts to feel pricey! These deals don’t include a checked bag, but they still include your free drinks and meals on board, which now even includes afternoon tea.

The Dates

These deals will be gone before you know it. With that in mind, we’d like to take this opportunity to let you know that they’re available from August 28th 2018, thru May 31st, 2019. Naturally, some blackout dates and all that other red tape crap will apply during the winter holiday season at the end of December, but other than that -you’re pretty much good to go. New York for under £300, on a major airline – is just awesome.

How To Book

These deals can be booked directly with Virgin Atlantic. You must stay a minimum of three nights in New York to get the very best prices, but that’s pretty much the only rule. Check out the sales at VirginAtlantic.com, or if you find that you’re one of those people who struggles to see great deals, even when they’re put on a billboard in front of you, you can check out the deals in an easy to use example on Google Flights, and book from there. Enjoy New York. Here’s a guide with how to maximize 48 hours in the big city, and also one for the tourist traps you should avoid. You’re welcome.

Are you jetting off to NYC?