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Etihad introduced the concept of allowing flyers to bid for a one cabin upgrade back in 2012 but, up until now, the only form of payment Etihad recognised for upgrades was cash. This has now changed.
Thanks to the way in which British Airways awards Tier Points (the points needed for British Airways status) it's often possible to use a little creativity to earn a significant number of Tier Points from one trip...and that's exactly what's possible right now.
Qantas has launched a sale for departures out of the US and, while all cabins are technically on sale, it's the Economy Class fares that are worth a closer look.
Cathay Pacific is running an Economy & Business Class sale for travel between the US and Asia and, although I can't see too much to get excited about in the Business Class fares, there are one or two last-minute Economy Class fares which look to be pretty good value.
The great British Airways deals to the US that I highlighted yesterday are still around until midnight UK time tonight but, based on the fare rules, this deal to Shanghai appears to be separate from the luxury sale that the airline is currently running.
The British Airways luxury sale ends at midnight (UK time) tomorrow and, while the British Airways website has been concentrating on promoting some of the airline's better deals out of London, it turns out that there are some much better Business Class deals for departures out of Inverness.
Iberia currently flys its Airbus A330-200 between Madrid and Rio de Janeiro and a combination of an incredibly generous Iberia promotion from last year and near-perfect reward flight availability (for me) saw me book a roundtrip Business Class fare on this route for just 85,000 Avios + taxes.
Qantas has brought back a promotion I last remember seeing back in 2017 and it's offering travelers a 30% discount on the number of points required for Economy Class 'Classic Fight Rewards'.
British Airways has launched a promotion in which it's offering its Executive Club members the opportunity to earn double Avios on up to six flights between now and the end of the year.