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Today, there are a few options to get to Vegas in Business, flying from Dublin for around £1,300. If you are happy to do a lot of stops, or want to earn some extra tier points, you can get some legs in a Delta One Suite or the new BA Club Suite.
What: Business Class mid-week fares between Dublin and Las Vegas for circa £1,300
Offer: £1,300 to Vegas in Business is pretty good, although I personally wouldn’t shell out that cash unless it is to try the Delta One Suite or BA’s Club Suite. There is some availability with these, but you need to be willing to make multiple stops. The good news is, you will earn extra tier points, meaning you can achieve status quicker.
Availability: Travel between 25 Dec – 31 Mar. Depart Mon – Thu. Minimum stay 7 nights. No stopovers, but up to 2 transfers in each direction.
Book By: 18 December 2019
You will need to position out of Dublin. Economy flights from London start as little as £20.
However, to get a route with a suite, you need to play about a bit. See below!
Maximum Extravagance, Minimum Cost
To maximise value for money, you want to get an itinerary with the suites! The Delta One and BA Club World suites both have direct aisle access and closing slide doors – much better than sharing the row with a stranger!
But to get the seats, you do need to be flexible and willing to do lots of stops.
Availability of the Delta One suite is VERY limited. You need to find an A350 flying between:
Amsterdam and Detriot, Atlanta or Minneapolis OR
Paris and Los Angeles, Atlanta or Minneapolis
The good news is, when searching with Delta, it is very obvious if any of the routes have a suite, as you will see a “Flagship” icon. I could find it on the way out only. The dates I found are 26 Feb – 4 Mar, which you can search for here (just enter DUB to LAS return).
You can see connecting through Amsterdam and Detroit gets you the suite with the Flagship icon on the results page.
There are lots of options for the return (but none in a suite, unfortunately), flying with either Delta, KLM or Air France, so you can pick what works for you.
To get the new BA Club Suite, you need to be on a refurbished Boeing 777 flying between London and New York. To book this route you need to build it as a multi-city, booking with American Airlines (or by calling BA, asking them to waive the phone booking fee because it can’t build the trip online).
The easiest way to build an itinerary is on Google Flights multi-city search, as AA’s website is problematic!
I found a route with suites in both ways from 11 – 18 Feb, but there is good availability throughout. You need to search DUB – JFK, JFK – LAS, LAS – JFK and JFK- DUB. On the DUB- JFK routes, make sure the flight info says “Individual Suite” instead of a lie-flat seat.