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Different fares give different Status Credits?

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  1. Yada Yada

    Yada Yada Established Member

    Dec 6, 2004
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    Hi there,

    It seems that different fares result in different Status Credits.

    On a recent flight from MEL to SYD I purchased a Fully Flexible fare and earned 20 status credits. This week I purchased a Super Saver and earned 10 credit points.
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    Does anyone know which fares earn what Status Credits?
     
  2. Alan in CBR

    Alan in CBR Member

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    My understanding is that for domestic travel, Y, B, H and K fares earn full status credits while any other economy fare earns discount status credits (half that of full economy). Internationally only Y fares earn full status credits - everything else is discount economy.
     


  3. oz_mark

    oz_mark Enthusiast

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    THis is correct. For domestic flights Fully Flexible (Y) and Flexi Saver fares (B,H,K as per Alan in CBR) qualify for the full economy status credits. Super Saver and Red e-Deal qualify for half the SC's
     
  4. QF WP

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    Indeed, Alan in CBR and ozmark are correct.

    Until 24 May 2005, Status credits are determined using the 5 zone table. From 25 May 2005, Status credits will be determined using the 10 zone table.

    All this information is readily available on The Qantas ULTIMATE Guide.
     
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