Update: Commenter Kidooo points out that you can limit the Orbitz search to only British Airways and Virgin Atlantic flights which can help you find more cheap flights:
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I don’t normally post deals that could last a while but may be killed quickly as a result of posting. However once it’s been posted explicitly on DDF as well as other places it’s already on borrowed time, so enjoy while it lasts.
This only works for flights originating in London. If you buy a flight from London and skip the first leg from London-NYC then your entire ticket will be cancelled, you will not be able to use just the return NYC-London ticket.
Repeat: This won’t work for NYC-London.
To book this hop onto Orbitz and click on “Multi-City”.
For flight 1 input LON to NYC.
For flight 2 input NYC to LON.
For flight 3 input LON to OSL a day or 2 days after the NYC-LON flight.
For many dates you can get a price of just $392.40:
Note that the flight from London to JFK and back is nonstop on Virgin Atlantic. In this case flight 1 was for 01/19, flight 2 was for 01/26, and flight 3 was for 01/27. There’s an overnight flight in London so you can easily request in JFK that your baggage be checked only until London. Nobody is going to force you to take the 3rd flight the following day to Oslo.
If you’re flying with kids be sure to specify their ages as tickets will be even cheaper then. 1 adult and 2 kids priced out at just $377 per ticket.
A regular nonstop round-trip from London to NYC for those dates would be $728.70.
Or for Sukkos:
Or even for next June:
Or to Los Angeles (add an extra day for flight 3 as shown in the example below):
Or to Miami:
Or to Orlando:
And to Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Washington DC, Dubai, etc, etc…
HT: Chapshnell, via DDF
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