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I have already written about the ten unmissable Black Friday travel deals, but here we outline flight-only deals which should be useful if you are planning fly over the next year:
WOW Air $99 Transatlantic Flights
If you are looking for a bargain, WOW Air probably offers the best flight deals online. With these prices, WOW Air are almost impossible to beat for transatlantic flight prices. Their Purple Friday deals start at $99 for transatlantic flights you you can read my review of Wow Air in Business Class and WOW economy.
$25 Amex Gift Card On Any Premium Economy, Business or First Class Flight Worldwide
Our flight experts will quote you cheaper for Premium Economy, Business and First Class flights from and to anywhere in the world. Simply detail your flight plans on for our flight experts to take a look at and if you make a booking between now and the end of November, we will give you a $25 American Express gift card with any booking using code LUXNOV17 (one code per booking).
Norwegian Airlines Black Friday Cyber Monday & Weekend Sale
Norwegian say “Why celebrate Black Friday or Cyber Monday when you could have a whole long weekend filled with low prices on flights to Europe? Shop in your pyjamas and book a comfortable flight to Europe at an even more comfortable price. You’ve only got until Monday night to seal the deal.” We think Norwegian Airlines Premium Economy is excellent, plus they have a lovely new fleet of planes. Just see where we place them in our top 10 best Premium Economy Airlines. This weekend of discounts is well worth a look.
Singapore airlines BlackFriday $399 Deals to Tokyo
I have already featured the 50% Off Hilton hotels in Tokyo on black Friday in our Black Friday Travel deals so if you are heading to Tokyo you will already have your hotel sorted. Singapore Airlines is now offering Black Friday deals to it’s KrisFlyer members. You can join Krisflyer for free. Then you need to enter code BLACKFRIDAY to reveal $399 deals from Los Angeles to Tokyo.
Delta Airlines Black Friday Deal
Delta wants you to explore Europe’s Secret Islands and experience the Azores. From volcanic vistas to unspoiled beaches, the Azores has it all. You can explore this breathtaking Portuguese paradise with the only U.S. carrier to offer direct service from New York-JFK. Price start at $599 with Delta’s Black Friday sale. Save when you book by November 28, 2017, for travel from May 24 through September 3, 2018.
I have reviewed the new Delta One Suite in my Delta Business Class fight reviews.
Alaska Airlines Secret Black Friday Deals
Alaska Airlines are keeping their Black Friday deals secret, so at the time of writing I could not access their deals but the link above will go live with offers on Black Friday 2017.
SouthWest Airline Deals
Southwest have gone live with their Southwest Vacation deals. You can save up to $250 on flight + hotel packages during Black Friday and Cyber Week with promo codes and daily deals.
Southwest Airlines are also giving customers $125 off any domestic flight with promo code SAVE125 or $250 for international flights with codeSAVE250 which is well worth taking advantage of. Book: 11/19/17 – 12/4/17 by 11:59 p.m. CT; Travel: 11/20/17 – 8/6/18.
Cathay Pacific 60% Off Business Class
Cathay Pacific has a Black Friday Sale with up to 60% off Business Class and Premium Economy flights to Asia, including Hong Kong, Manila, Tokyo, and more!
Up to 60% off Business Class to Asia, fares starting from $3,187*
Up to 50% off Premium Economy Class to Asia, fares starting from $1,185*
Up to $500* off additional savings on vacation packages
You can read my reviews of Cathay Pacific in Business Class. They are an impressive airline.
Up To 75% Off Expedia
Expedia is currently offering up to 75% off hotel bookings in the US. This offer goes live at 9 a.m. Pacific Time on Black Friday. They say “75% off select hotels, plus huge savings on flights and more!”
on expedia.co.uk you will get up to 75% off on select hotels from 9am this morning with a limited voucher and save £40 on a £150+ hotel booking using the code UKHOLIDAY40. This is for stays before 31st March 2018. There is also an extra £550 off select flight + hotel packages with a limited voucher.
Discounted Priority Pass Airport Lounge
If you have been counting, this is in fact deal 10 in our list. The Priority Pass will get you into airport lounges around the world. You save 40% on Standard memberships, 25% on Standard Plus memberships, and 25% on Prestige memberships. This should launch on Priority Pass at 9am.
Virgin Atlantic Airlines
Virgin Atlantic has reduced their flight prices with fares in economy starting from £320.
Tiger Air $10 flights
Tigerair have been headlining possibly the best Black Friday flight deals with thousands of $10 airfares, and they will be releasing more similarly cheap fares today in response to the massive demand.
If you are travelling about in Europe, it is also hard to argue with Ryanair’s £9.99 fares. An amazing price for a less than amazing airline
Free Bitcoin & Free Airline Miles With Bitcoin
This is actually an ongoing offer not restricted to Black Friday or Cyber Monday, but seeing as Bitcoin seems to be on a roll, with a current price of around $8000 and predictions of Bitcoin being worth $100,000 – $2 million over the next 5-10 years, it might be just the time to jump on this bandwagon. It is worth noting that investing in cryptocurrencies remains a gamble, but one the most educated articles I have read trying to make sense of Bitcoin can be found on Moneyweek.
If you do decide to buy Bitcoin, make sure you set it up using a coinbase referral link like mine. Once you buy or sell $100 USD (£76) of digital currency or more, you will get $10 USD (£7) of free Bitcoin (as will your referrer, which on the link above would be me). I have also found Bitcoin to be a great way of boosting my airline miles. To the moon…
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