Spend $30,000 each year on your British Airways Visa Signature® Credit Card and receive a Travel Together Ticket*.
Travelling the world is great – and it’s even better when you can share the experience with someone else. Every year that you spend $30,000 on your British Airways Visa Signature Credit Card we’ll give you a Travel Together Ticket good for two years.
The Travel Together Ticket gives you a second seat for a companion, on the same flight and in the same cabin when you book a reward flight on a British Airways mainline flight originating in and returning to the United States. All you’ll have to pay is the taxes, fees and carrier charges for you and your companion’s tickets.
British Airways has over 300 destinations waiting to be explored, and all of them are better explored together.
At time of this publication all reward flights and travel together tickets are subject to taxes, fees, and carrier charges of approximately $682-$1250 per adult in economy or $1,250 in business class based on travel from Seattle to London. *Flights subject to availability.
The British Airways Visa Signature Travel Together Ticket entitles you to receive a second seat for a companion on the same flight as you and in the same cabin when you make a reward booking on a British Airways flight with a British Airways flight number. All you’ll have to pay is the taxes, fees and charges for you and your companion’s tickets.
You can earn one Travel Together Ticket each year.
How do I qualify for a Travel Together Ticket?
To qualify, you must reach the required spend target of $30,000 within a 12 month period starting each year on January 1 and ending on December 31 (excluding cash withdrawals, interest, balance transfers or fees). Required spend collected in one 12 month period cannot be carried over into the next 12 month period.
When will I receive my Travel Together Ticket?
Once you reach your Spend Target an e-voucher (“Travel Together Ticket”) will automatically be added to your British Airways Executive Club account. Please allow 4-6 weeks for posting.
How can I get the most out of my Travel Together Ticket?
Be flexible with your dates and destinations. Have a list of preferences and book as far in advance as possible.
When is the best time to redeem my Travel Together Ticket?
As soon as you can. Start to make a rough plan of your preferred destinations and dates of travel before your voucher is issued. Your ideal destination, dates and times may not always be available so being flexible reduces disappointment. Outbound travel must be taken before the expiry date of the voucher, which is 24 months from date of issue.
When is the best time to travel?
Although seats are available for redemption throughout the year, you may benefit from planning your trip during quieter times, such as midweek and during school terms.
When should I try to avoid?
Our busiest times are during the school holidays and at weekends, so avoiding these periods will give you more flexibility and choice.
Do I have to return during the lifetime of the Travel Together Ticket?
Although your outbound journey must be completed before the ticket expires, you are free to return any time afterwards. However, you must book your return flight at the same time as making your outbound reservation.
I’ve just realised that my Travel Together Ticket has expired. Can I get it extended?
Unfortunately, this is not possible. Your voucher must be exchanged for an outbound ticket departing before the expiry date on your voucher, which is 24 months from date of issue.
Can I redeem a Travel Together Ticket when I pay with Avios & Money?
No, the Travel Together Ticket is only valid when you pay fully with Avios. However, you can purchase up to 35,000 Avios per annum, per account, if you don’t have enough Avios for your chosen reward flight.
Can I make a booking through my Travel Agent?
No, the booking must be made directly with British Airways.
Can I make my booking online?
Yes, you can redeem and manage your Travel Together Ticket online. Simply log in to ba.com using your membership number and pin.
I have a joint card with someone else, but the Travel Together Ticket has been issued in his or her name instead of mine, even though I do most of the spending on the card.
The voucher will be issued in the name of the main cardmember, regardless of who spends the most on the card.
Is it possible to allow someone else to use my voucher?
The person whose name is on the voucher must make the booking. The reward flight made using Avios must also be in the same name, although the additional ticket can be for your chosen companion.
Earning a Redemption Voucher for a companion
Using the Travel Together Ticket
Rules and Restrictions