New York No1 for October Half Term

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As October Half-Term approaches, British Airways reveals where everyone is heading for their holidays with New York coming in at number one.

1. New York
2. Barbados
3. Orlando
4. St Lucia
5. Dubai

And for those still looking to get away we have a selection of the great deals left for families?

Grab a short break in New York from only 699 GBP per person Enjoy NYC in the fall and take the children up the Statue of Liberty before it closes for a one-year refurb.

British Airways offer three nights at the 4* Hilton New York from £699 per person, based on two adults and two children sharing, departing October 24.
Includes return BA flights from Heathrow, and room only accommodation. Book
by October 9. Visit ba.com/newyork

Bask in Barbados for under 3000 GBP per family
The Caribbean is in reach for families looking for value this Half-Term
break.

 

British Airways offer seven nights at the 3* All Seasons Resort Europa
hotel in Barbados from 749 GBP per person, based on two adults and two
children sharing, departing October 20. Includes return BA flights from
Gatwick, and room only accommodation. Visit ba.com/barbados 

Delve into Dubai from only 599 GBP per person
Dubai reaches a toasty 33°C in October so you can combine a city break with
a spot of sunbathing.

British Airways offer three nights at the 4* Holiday Inn DUBAI-AL BARSHA in
Dubai from 599 GBP per person, based on two adults and two children sharing,
departing October 24. Includes return BA flights from Heathrow and room
only accommodation. Visit ba.com/dubai

The above offers are subject to availability, based on two adults and two
children sharing, include all UK taxes. All holiday packages are ATOL
protected.

Posted by Peter Rudin-Burgess

Peter Rudin-Burgess

Peter is one of the founding partners for both Compare Holiday Money and Currency Buy Back. He regularly blogs on financial matters and writes content for a number of blogs in the travel industry.

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