Business Class Tickets to Israel for under $1500 Roundtrip from Several US Cities

I’m running out the door to speak at a conference in 15 minutes and working off of excruciatingly slow hotel internet. But I wanted to quickly call attention to a fare that Dan’s Deals is highlighting:

  • New York, Atlanta, Boston, Miami, Philadelphia, Toronto, or Washington DC – Tel Aviv roundtrip on British Airways “for about $2,000 round-trip in business class”
  • “Sale fares are also available from other cities.”
  • Travel in June, July, and August and Saturday stay required

As usual, the sale is stackable with the $400 AARP premium cabin discount and with the 10% Chase discount.

Here are the two discounts:

  1. You have to be an AARP member and log into your account, this discount is why I pay my $12.50 to be an Associate (‘under 50’) member. Go through the AARP portal, then book your tickets, the premium cabin sale pricing will come up with the appropriate AARP discount embedded.

  2. Eligible Chase credit card holders can use promo code CARDOFFERU from the co-brand Visa to take 10% off.

With both discounts Dan shows a price of $1429.81, but it’s a great deal even without the Chase 10% off.

This fare stacks with the 25,000 mile transatlantic bonus that American AAdvantage is offering for travel through July 31 (if you credit the flights to American).

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  1. Gary, any link to join AARP as an associate? I Googled and Googled and can’t seem to find one….or do yoy just register via the regular registration process?

  2. No need for link. Just go to the website and register. It may be cheaper to register for 5 years

  3. How can this be stackable with the 25k TATL bonus? America’s chart defines Israel as Middle East, not Europe.

  4. I thought that the TATL bonus only applied to fares (Not bookable in I) were available ?

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