British Airways Premium Economy
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Everyone loves a promo code. I’d even argue there’s an extra special feeling when you enter it into the promo field and it says “applied”. British Airways has launched a £50/€50/$50 and £100/€100/$100 promo offer when you spend at least 300 or 600 in your respective currency. The offer is available to US, UK and Europe, so we wanted to highlight a few key deals from the US and Europe which are even sweeter thanks to the promo.

British Airways Promo Codes

There’s a £50/€50/$50 off code when you spend at least 300 in local currency, and £100/€100/$100 when you spend 600 or more. Since there are some fantastic economy and premium economy deal out there hovering right around those prices, there are some real gems to book. Here’s how to redeem the codes…

British Airways Premium EconomyBest Offers You Can Book With The Promos

Premium economy is worth it when it’s “worth it” and £100 off makes that extra true. Here are a few great premium economy deals worth eyeing, with the prices adjusted to reflect the discount, like…

From The UK…

From The USA…

That’s it, go forth and hunt for a great flight deal which is made better by the promotion!

Final BA Promotion Details

These offers must be booked by October 28th for travel from October 24, 2019 – March 30, 2020. You need to login to your Executive Club account to use the offer, but if you don’t already have an account that’s totally fine. You can create one here.

Once logged in, you just go through the booking process after finding dates that work, and when you see a field that says voucher or promo code, stick your fifty or hundred code in there and watch the price drop. It feels nice…

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8 Comments

  1. “An Eligible Participant is a member of the British Airways (“BA”) Executive Club in the UK who is also an employee of a corporation in receipt of this promotion from BA.”

  2. …but it’s still BA; dirty, unreliable and underdelivered and these discounts only bring their fares in line with the competition.
    £2billion profits don’t come from nowhere

  3. Booked a flight this morning, went on card at full price and a few hours later BA called asking for proof of employment with an eligible company. Ticket now cancelled.

    Shame, it made quite a difference!

  4. Get screenshot of discount applied and total price before clicking ‘pay’ and if the credit card differs, then you have ammo.

    In fact, in this game, get screens for everything!

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