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On some really nice planes too…

London to San Francisco means you’re going to be spending more than 11 hours in the air. Think about that for a second. If you left at 8AM, you would be in the air until 7PM. That’s a long time to be stuck in economy. Thanks to a rare sale out of London, you can make the trip in the joyous beds of business class for £1350 all in round trip. It’s not cheap, but it’s worth it if you can swing it!

UPDATE: These deals have now expired. Congrats to those who got one!

The Flight Deals

Star Alliance is stirring things up in London with low fares to some of the most popular destinations. Today, the group is offering flights on Lufthansa, Swiss, United or Air Canada to San Francisco for £1325 round trip in business class. There’s a mix of great options like United Polaris on the 777, or Swiss Business Class on their own Boeing 777. Some itineraries are direct, while others will offer a connection at least one way.

The Dates You Can Travel

These hot flight deals are available in all of May and June, and then again from August 18th to October 19th on pretty much any day of the week. You’ll need to stay at least 6 nights in the USA to lock in the lowest prices. There are then a few very scattered dates in January, February and March, but only for departures on Thursdays or Saturdays.

How To Book These Awesome Deals

Booking the best flight deals should be as easy as the pleasure of actually enjoying them. With that in mind, we’ve made an easy to use Google Flights link just for you. Click here to pull up the absolute lowest prices, then change the dates to find something perfect that works for you.

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