- Jan 1, 2017
Just wondering ...
How do people think the 'mechanics' of QFF points earned on JQ flights posting on QFF work?
Does JQ accrue all pax's earned points for a set period (eg a month), then purchases them off Qantas in a batch, then advises QFF how they should be allocated, then QFF posts them to accounts? And I'm pretty sure JQ would be buying the points or some inter-entity value transfer would occur.
Or might each pax's JQ earn be signalled to individually to QF after each flight (and paid for, probably on monthly invoice), who then simply takes their time (deliberately, as it would be automated) to allot the points to each account, as they know they won't be paid by JQ at least until the end of a month?
Either way are subject to glitches and delays, and when QF changes its IT, you can see a greater than normal scope for mis-matches and delays in points posting.
Yes, with IE clicking 'log in' causes the page to constantly re-load (I guess that's a cache issue). Chrome has a message 'some sections unavailable, can book flights with confidence.'And site issues again. Limited functionality, no option to log in and not option to book multi-city. Grrr!
Or i wonder how bad things have to be that they were able to convince the Chinese Government to granted them an extension to make the changes needed.I wonder if they are doing the changes they announced yesterday to suck up to China (labelling Taiwan a part of China).
My advice from ongoing experience now with this issue for some time. Wait the 3 days then put in the claim you will probably see nothing for 28 days. There seems to be a Jetstar cycle going on with processing. If nothing ring QF. That’s what I do they then usually post in about 3 days.Good Questions you raise, I would certainly love to know myself.
With 6 flights now submitted for flights taken on JQ over the past month which have failed to post QF SC & points, I have now resigned to the fact that I need to claim as soon as three days passes , where the ability on the QF website to lodge missing points & SC's is open.
Yes we are next. Not Australia but a territory of ChinaYes, with IE clicking 'log in' causes the page to constantly re-load (I guess that's a cache issue). Chrome has a message 'some sections unavailable, can book flights with confidence.'
Yeah, really. Qantas web site and 'confidence' are two things which haven't gone together for years now.
I wonder if they are doing the changes they announced yesterday to suck up to China (labelling Taiwan a part of China).