You Can Book A City Break For You And Your BFF For Just £99 - But You'll Have To Be Quick
Has the weather got you down and thinking of summer adventures past? Never fear as British Airways are about to quench your wanderlust this winter with their latest city break sale.
For only £99 per person, you and your BFF could visit European destinations such as Barcelona, Kraków, Nice, Prague or Venice between November 2019 and January 2020.
You can't complain with that price for two-nights away!
Bargains are to be had especially with accommodation options ranging from 3-star hostels to more luxury 4-star hotels. Adding to the incredible offer, which can save you up to £200, most deals also include breakfast - winning!
If you're looking for the best deal, you'll have to be flexible about the dates you want to travel though, as the £99 offer only applies on certain dates - some of which are weekends.
You must be quick as the British Airways sale ends Tuesday night (1st October) so make sure to take advantage of the deals before they're gone.
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To check out the sale, head over to British Airways' website and click through to the "city break" deal page where you will see a select number of destinations from £99 per person.
Once you've found your preferred destination, simply go through the calendar to find the dates that suits you and of course, the one with the lowest price available.
In the wake of the Thomas Cook collapse, it's understandable if travellers are worried about booking their getaways.
But jet-setters should keep in mind that booking with the airline directly means your trip will be ATOL protected and CAA would be responsible for getting your money back if it all goes belly up. Simples.
The sale comes after 178-year old tour and flight operator Thomas Cook ceased trading late last month, leaving 150,000 Brits stranded and thousands more losing flights and holiday packages.
Holidaymakers were eagerly awaiting the result of ongoing negotiations to secure the sum of money as part of a rescue deal lead by Chinese firm Fosun, owner of Club Med, in August.
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