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  1. pacjewel

    pacjewel Newbie

    Jun 17, 2006
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    Hi,

    My daughter has just been to the states and back flying qantas and american airlines. Didnt want to pay the $80 ff fee with qantas so i joined www.aa.com but they dont seem to recognise the points, maybe cause I put them in after she left - 29/05/06.

    Suggestions?

    Cheers,

    Paul.
     

  2. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

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    If the points haven't credited, then contact AA ; you can then send them copies of the boarding passes and tickets and they will sort it out

    Dave
     
  3. QF WP

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    Presumably the ticket was in a QF fare class that does earn points under the AA FF program.

    Certainly, the AA sectors should have shown up within a week (at latest)...
     
  4. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

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    yep, as others have suggested ... AA flights usually come up within a couple of days to a week. i am in the states now and flying internally with AA and my flights have come up within 2 working days.

    keep your boarding passes!
     
  5. ksthommo

    ksthommo Active Member

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    Sign her up with a USA address or pay the dollars
     
  6. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

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    Why? The AA scheme is a more generous scheme than the QF scheme and the poster may be much better off crediting to AA than to QF

    Dave
     
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