Understanding how many status credits you get for e-deals

Discussion in 'Qantas Frequent Flyer Program' started by NickP, May 25, 2005.

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  1. NickP

    NickP Intern

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    Bit of help please. How do I know how many SC's I'd get for booking flights - i.e. e-deals, super-saver, flexi-saver, fully-flexible - vs. the QF descriptions Discount Econ or Full Econ? Best rgs.
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  2. NickP

    NickP Intern

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    Sorry all, figured it out.
     
  3. cpl

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    Can you post what/how you figured out?
     
  4. NM

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    For Australian domestic flights, Full Economy Status Credits are paid for Flexi-Saver and Fully Flexible fares (ie K, H, B, Y). Discount Economy Status Credits are paid for Red e-deals and Super Saver fares (ie N, O, V, M, L etc).

    For internatoinal flights (including domestic NZ flights), only full fare economy (ie Y) gets Full Economy Status Credits, all others get Discount Economy Status Credits.
     
  5. cpl

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    Thanks mate :)
     
  6. danielh

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    http://www.qantas.com.au/fflyer/dyn/program/privileges#jump1


    Status credits earned per one-way flight^
    Code:
    Zone  One-Way Miles  Discount [Economy+Full Economy#]  Business  First 
    1         0-600         10              20                 40      60 
    2       601-1,200       15              30                 60      90 
    3     1,201-2,400       20              40                 80     120 
    4     2,401-3,600       25              50                100     150 
    5     3,601-4,800       30              60                120     180 
    6      ,801-5,800       35              70                140     210 
    7     5,801-7,000       40              80                160     240 
    8     7,001-8,400       45              90                180     270 
    9     8,401-9,600       50             100                200     300 
    10    9,601-15,000      60             120                240     360
    
    ^ A flight is a trip with a single flight number. If you have to change aircraft but the flight number doesn't change, it is considered the same flight. If the flight number changes during your journey, even if you continue on the same aircraft, this is considered two flights.
    + For domestic flights within Australia, Discount Economy includes Super Saver (classes L, M, R, S, V) Red e-Deal (class N, O) and fares booked in G, Q or W. For international flights, including domestic flights within New Zealand, Discount Economy includes classes B, G, H, K, L, M, N, O, Q, R, S, V, W.
    #For domestic flights within Australia, Full Economy includes Fully Flexible (classes Y, B, H) and FlexiSaver (class K). For international flights, including domestic flights within New Zealand, Full Economy is class Y. If you fly on a Flight Upgrade Award you will receive Status credits for the fare class originally purchased.

    Regards
    Daniel
     
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