Syd, Melb, Adelaide, Brissy to Bangkok $891 with British Airways

18 July 2008

Good price on this - the Thailand Tourism Authority is obviously subsidising BA tickets at the moment.

The base cattle class flight usually costs you upwards of $1000 return. To get the discounted price you need to be a member of the Thailand Tourism Authority - which is just a normal website sign up / email address harvesting process.

There's a bunch of dates in there through to March 2009 but booking closes on 30th August. What I'd love to find now is a cashback link to the main british airways site. We carry one for British Airways Holidays but I suspect its a different link and they wouldnt pay cashback on it.

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    Details on the Thailand Tourism Authority site This is also where you sign up as a member to get the discount price. The T&C's are [LIST] [*]Airfares to Bangkok are quoted in Australian dollars and based on return World Traveller economy and World Traveller Plus premium economy class flights and include all Government surcharges, fees and taxes. [*]Prices are correct as of 19 June 2008 from Sydney to Bangkok return but may fluctuate due to changes in surcharges and taxes. [*]Airfare offer is subject to availability and limited seats apply. [*]Travel to Bangkok from Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in World Traveller and World Traveller Plus. [*]Travel from Adelaide, Melbourne or Brisbane is via Sydney only and operated by Qantas Airways domestic in economy class. [*]Bookable on only. [*]Travel permitted on British Airways operated flights. [*]No minimum stay, maximum stay 12 months. [*]Offer is valid to Tourism Authority of Thailand members and their families only. [*]Offer is valid for departures until 31 March 2009. [*]Reservations for all sectors are required, no open dated sectors permitted. [*]Airfares are non transferable, seats are limited; flight/routing restrictions and cancellation fees apply. [*]Blackout period applies from 15 December 2008 – 16 January 2009[/LIST]

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