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Answered *A, flying with ANA Au - Jp, put in SQ KF FF# or AN (AirNZ) Airpoints FF#

AustraliaPoochie

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Long explanation:
I have put a lot of my NZ (AirNZ) flights to the SQ KF program, and on the major routes, the points miles have accrued and appeared on my KF account.
On one of my flights, I flew, Au - NZ with NZ (AirNZ), putting in my SQ KF FF #, its what NZ calls worksdeluxe, ie, on a 320, where the seat up ahead in row 2 is kept empty, just like a business J class plane.
SQ KF declined the points accrual,
Have any of our colleagues on here, flown a *A partner airline, put into the flight booking their SQ KF FF # an had points accrual declined.
I know I can join the ANA progam, but then my points with *A would be split into 3 accounts, would prefer just to have 2.
Thanks for any info.
 

AustraliaPoochie

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Ta.
That's one option that I didn't think of.
**O/t: Might go with Asiana, life of miles in the program is 10 years, Etihad still only 3 years.
VFF now on the blink, forgot my password, now its going round in circles.
Forgot password reset does not work.**
 
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