How to use the British Airways Low Fare Finder
I don’t know about you, but I like a bargain! Here is a quick guide on how to use the British Airways Low Fare Finder. British Airways, being my airline of choice is my go-to place for flights. To find the cheapest flights with BA, I use the British Airways Low Fare Finder. If you have some flexibility in your dates you can find some real bargains. Click here for the BA Low Fare Finder
Choose the number of nights and travel class. For example, here I’ve chosen 3 nights and Business Class. Then click ‘Find Lowest Price’
The site then refreshes
The tabs are separated into continents. I’ve clicked on Europe.
The destinations are sorted by city in alphabetical order, not the country. Madeira is nice, I’ll click on Funchal.
Choose The lowest price
It then shows the cheapest price by month for the next 12 months. Click on a month and it will give you a break down of the month and the prices. As you can see, depending on the day of travel the price can vary greatly! As can be seen, the price varies from £136 to £299!
Click on the day and choose the number of people to travel. The next page shows the departure airport, time of travel and all the usual bumf.
As there is only one flight per day, it’s obvious which to choose. With some destinations, there is more than one flight per day so double check that the time is suitable for the right price. Then click continue
Double check the flight information and price.
Now, if you collect Avios and if you fly BA even occasionally I’d advise it, you can use the part pay with Avios. As you can see, for 36,500 Avios you can get £200 off. That drops the price to £72.20 for a business class return to Madeira!
Then tick the box and press continue and complete the booking.
And that’s how to use the British Airways Low Fare Finder. For more money-saving tips see here.