British Airways, Virgin Or American? Who cares, Vegas baby! Grab your best crew, or perhaps just your best suitcase and make the most of the one and only Las Vegas in business class style. Whether you’re a British Airways, Virgin Atlantic or American Airlines fan it really doesn’t matter, you can take your pick and enjoy flat beds, lounges and perhaps the only relaxing experience on a trip Vegas. The bed on the way back will help!
Business class deal hunters know that Dublin was the holy grail for great deals last year. I have no idea why flying from Dublin and then connecting onto flights from London is half the price, (or better) than flights just direct from London, but they are and it’s a great trick. In this deal you can originate from Dublin to fly Virgin Atlantic Upper Class, British Airways Club World or American Airlines Business Class at incredible prices. Hello lounges, hello flat beds, hello champagne…
This fare appears to be wide open through from now to December (perhaps further), which means not only can you have an incredible flying experience at a steal of a price, you can earn tons of bonus miles on any of the carriers mentioned, up to 50,000 miles extra! That’s more than two free flights! You’ll find the sign ups for the bonus offers below…
There are a couple ways to book this and that will change depending on the airline you want. If you want to fly British Airways, simply head to British Airways website and enter DUB to LAS in business class for your dates. If you see a higher price, try moving a date or select a different flight on the day. If you want to book with Virgin Atlantic, you’ll need to use your favorite online travel agent like Orbitz, Expedia or a travel agent to book these fares, as Virgin’s website doesn’t allow you to do so directly. It’s very easy. American can be booked directly on American Airlines website.
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There are some incredible summer bonuses on offer from each airline. I highly suggest browsing through this British Airways offer, this Virgin Atlantic (double miles) offer and this American Airlines offer. You must make it to your first flight in Dublin to start this itinerary off. If you miss it, your entire trip is cancelled. Since you can grab almost any budget carrier one way to Dublin, I consider this a very minor hassle. Enjoy, and just make sure you don’t get duct taped to your seat for being too “Vegas” on the plane.