British Airways is offering a free upgrade to BA first class for business class travellers flying from Sydney to Singapore or London.
It's a pretty straightforward deal: book a Club World business class Sydney-London or Sydney-Singapore return fare and you'll spend either your outward or return journey ensconced in BA's elegant first class cabin.
That'll also get you one of British Airways' new first class amenity kits – or 'washbags', as the British flag-carrier prefers to call them – with skincare products from Aromatherapy Associates and London grooming specialist The Refinery.
There are caveats, of course. For London flights, you'll have to book at least 28 days ahead, whereas the free upgrade on flights to Singapore can be locked in up to seven days in advance.
Also, the freebie isn't available on flights operated by Cathay Pacific on a BA code – only British Airways' own flights qualify.
Bookings must be finalised by 11:59pm on August 4 for travel through December 15 2014, else you'll miss out on that first class suite.
And, naturally, upgrades are "subject to availability and seats are limited."
To book, just head to the BA website and search for your flights. Where upgrades are available, you'll find the business and first class prices matching on the outbound flight:
If you'd prefer to travel in style on the journey home, simply opt for business class on this flight and it'll unlock the upgrade on the return:
Better yet, you'll earn Qantas Points and status credits at the first class rates for half of the journey, as the upgrade books into a standard British Airways first class 'fare bucket':
Round-trip ticket prices start at $7,855 for Sydney to London and $3,791 for Sydney to Singapore.
For more details and to book, visit the British Airways website.
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Additional reporting by Chris Chamberlin.
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