British Airways has once again extended its lucrative double-tier-points promotion for anyone looking to earn elite Executive Club status.
Executive Club members traveling between now and Dec. 31, 2024, who have booked a package holiday through BA Holidays of at least five nights will earn double tier points for the flights taken as part of the package holiday.
Even better, this promotion applies to all BA Holidays packages that have already been booked, as well as new bookings. The offer is valid for solo travelers as well as group bookings.
BA Holidays packages can offer great value, and you can often find flights and hotels bundled together for a price similar to the cost of buying the flights separately — meaning your accommodation can be either free or very cheap. Even outside of these tier points promotions, it’s always a good idea to check the BA Holidays price with the added accommodation against just the flights sold separately — you may be pleasantly surprised by the package price.
All BA Holidays are also ATOL protected, which can provide peace of mind during a year of so much uncertainty. You can cancel any BA Holidays package up to 28 days in advance for a voucher for the full amount, or change your booking for no charge, though a fare difference may apply for your new dates.
The tier points that you receive will contribute to any elite status that you are working toward in the British Airways Executive Club. In fact, if you’re strategic with the flights you book, you could easily earn Silver status or higher with just a round trip and five-day stay.
Book your British Airways Holidays package online to take advantage of this promotion.
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