- Nov 16, 2004
What T&C came up after registering?
I used the generic link in post #3 for my 28° and it came back with the specific 28° info in post #19.
Flight Delay Pass is provided to Customers with eligible cards issued in Asia Pacific. Each Customer enjoys unlimited registrations per eligible card per annum.
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Flight Delay Pass is provided at our discretion and only selected scheduled commercial flights are eligible for registration. Charter flights are not eligible for registration. Each leg of a multi-leg journey requires its own, separate, flight registration, unless all legs of the journey share the same flight number. ...
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I would contact 28 Degrees about the lounge that refused admission - so it does not happen to somebody else. Who knows you may receive some compensation such as a future visit pass...I had a flight yesterday out of YUL that was delayed more than 2 hours, and received an email and SMS from Mastercard Flight Delay Pass advising me of my lounge options.
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In theory, so far so good. But in the end it wasn't very useful. As my flight was domestic, I could not access 2/4 locations which were in the international part of the airport.
I attempted to redeem my voucher at Bistrot Montreal-Trudeau but they claimed that their scanner wasn't working so they weren't able to accept any Priority Pass/Lounge Key vouchers.
I then walked over to Pork & Pickle and found it had already closed for the day.
I would contact 28 Degrees about the lounge that refused admission - so it does not happen to somebody else. Who knows you may receive some compensation such as a future visit pass...
Qn: Do you always log your flights to the site in case of delays?