YOU could spend three nights in New York just moments from Central Park, with return flights included, for just £399pp this Black Friday.
British Airways has launched its Black Friday sale and there are 20,000 discounted seats up for grabs.
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Trips to cities and beachfront resorts in the US, Europe and Caribbean are on offer.
One of the biggest bargains is a three-night stay at a three-star hotel in Midtown Manhattan for just £399pp.
That includes flights from London Heathrow when travelling on selected dates in January 2022 – and you can even take advantage of the terrifying new attraction in New York where you dangle over the edge of a skyscraper.
For £80 more, you can book into a four-star Hilton Hotel for three nights for £479pp, including flights.
Three-night trips to other US destinations including Boston and Philadelphia are also available and start at £419pp.
European trips are on offer, with popular UK tourist hotspots including Barcelona, Nice and Corfu for sale.
- British Airways Black Friday sale
Two nights at a four-star hotel in Barcelona, including flights taken between December 1, 2021 and January 31, 2022, costs £119pp.
For the same price, you can spend two nights in a four-star hotel in Nice, with flights taken in December or January.
Spend a bit more for a week at a five star resort in Corfu, including flights taken in June 2022 for £849pp.
Or for less, you can spend seven nights stay at a four-star beachfront resort in St Lucia for £799pp – £50 cheaper than a week in Corfu.
And three nights at a five-star hotel in Dubai with flights in June 2022 will set you back £649pp.
British Airways is also offering up to £300 off package hols to any destination, available on trips taken any time before October 20, 2022.
The airline's Black Friday sale runs until November 30.
Thomas Cook has also launched its Black Friday sale, and is offering savings up to 40 per cent on package holidays.
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