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Unable to link Qantas lounge pass

redbatz

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Hi, I am travelling Adel/Bris tomorrow. Weeks ago I requested a business upgrade with points. But as I havent heard I decided to link a lounge pass anyway - as the next one expires on Sep 4 I figure I have nothing to lose.
However when I tried to to this my flight does not show on the lounge pass invitation page so unable to link. Tried to ring
Qantas this morning and not much help, just said if it doesnt show my flight is not eligible?
But as far as I know the Adelaide Qantas lounge is open - so why not eligible? Is it because I have already requested and upgrade (which I dont know yet if I will get) ?
Thanks
 

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Qantas this morning and not much help, just said if it doesnt show my flight is not eligible?
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Yes, I actually think that makes sense.

The only logical purpose of the “linking” process was to manage potential overcrowding at certain times.

QF may be blocking all passes for that lounge, that day or maybe that flight if they know X number of QC,SG and WPs are likely to be in the lounge. Plus reduced capacity due to restrictions.
 

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Thanks for your response. As it happens my points upgrade came throught today so all good, except my lounge pass expires in Sep - and the next one in Nov so guess wont get to use them.
 
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Thats what my expiry says. I will have to check into that when I get back. Thanks
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Or mayb e they had already been extended and now due to run out again. As havent been flying , not really checked on all that.
 

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