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British Airways Is Selling Return Flights To New York For £235

British Airways Is Selling Return Flights To New York For £235

It would be rude not to!

Lucy Devine

Lucy Devine

If you've been eyeing up a trip to New York, now is most definitely the time to book, because British Airways is selling return flights for as little as £235.

In fact, people have been flocking to the airline's website to snap up a seat, after British Airways launched the deal earlier this week.

And there really is no catch. While the flights appear to be at their lowest between March and May, they're still impressively cheap in summer months AND over Christmas.

Just think, you could be living your best life in NYC in a matter of weeks. Always wanted to visit Carrie Bradshaw's pad? No problem. Fancy a stroll in Central Park? Sure thing.

The airline has launched the deal as part of an extra special Valentine's sale and at these prices, it'll cost you less to jet off to New York than it would some areas of Europe.

British Airways is selling flights for £235 (

It's ideal if you're planning a special trip this year, or, if you fancy enjoying the festivities in the Big Apple, flights in December 2020 are on offer for as little as £270. You can even fly out on New Year's Eve for just over £250.

Ring in 2021 in the city that never sleeps? We know, it seems just too good to be true.

But British Airways isn't the only one offering cheap travel at the moment.

Yesterday, Eurostar launched its £35 direct return tickets from London to Amsterdam - and we're excited to say we've already booked an early summer girls' trip.

While a direct outbound route from London St Pancras to Amsterdam already exists, up until now, passengers have been required to change at Brussels upon their return for custom checks, before boarding a Eurostar back to London.

If you've been planning a trip with the gals, now is your chance (

Under a new agreement between the UK and Dutch governments, custom checks will now take place at Rotterdam, meaning passengers can stay on the train all the way to London, without the disruption of having to change.

Obviously the best part about this is both the price *and* the journey time. With the return trip now taking as little as four hours and nine minutes, it really is an irresistible offer.

2020 is officially becoming the year of *all* the city breaks - and we are buzzing about it.

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