Britons can save £200 on flights to the USA and Caribbean this Black Friday – how to get

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    Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Atlantic Holidays have announced their Black Friday deals which include discounts to USA destinations Miami, Orlando, New York and Los Angeles as well as the Caribbean.

    The offers are available across all Virgin Atlantic cabins including up to £50 off Economy Light, Classic and Delight, up to £100 savings on Premium and £200 savings on Upper Class fares.

    The Black Friday discounts are available until Monday November 29 for travel until June 17, 2022.

    Those travellers who take advantage of 10 percent off Virgin Atlantic Holidays and Flight + Hotel must book between Friday November 26 and Monday November 29.

    The travel date should be between December 1, 2021, and December 31, 2022.

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    Some of the Flight + Hotel fares include:

    Seven nights in Orlando from £635pp.

    That includes flights from London Heathrow and room only accommodation at the Grand Orlando Resort at Celebration.

    Seven nights in Antigua from £647pp.

    Including flights from London Heathrow and room only accommodation at the Antigua Yacht Club Marina Resort.

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    Four nights in Las Vegas from £605pp.

    This fare includes scheduled Virgin Atlantic flights from London Heathrow to Las Vegas and room only accommodation at the iconic Flamingo hotel.

    Three nights in New York City from £515pp.

    Including flights from London Heathrow and room only accommodation at the Row NYC.

    Travellers can book through the Virgin Atlantic website.

    The airline said earlier this week that it has seen a “material improvement” in bookings since the reopening of transatlantic travel.

    Chief executive Shai Weiss explained demand since the beginning of November is “the best it’s been for a very long period of time”, with ticket sales to New York or Miami “looking exceptionally strong”, especially for the upcoming Christmas period.

    However, he said the situation is “nowhere close to where it was in 2019” yet.



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