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Dave Noble

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madmat777 said:
Is anyone subscribed to www.firstclassflyer.com? If so is it worth it?

Matt.

I would suppose that there is nothing there that isnt on AFF or FT. e.g. getting elite status after 3334 miles ( as mentioned on front page ) is just , imo, a reference to the AA Gold Candy Steal

I wouldnt be paying for it

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Dave Noble said:
e.g. getting elite status after 3334 miles ( as mentioned on front page ) is just , imo, a reference to the AA Gold Candy Steal

Indeed click on the link and this is confirmed.
 
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Some of the information published on business class airfares refers back to 2004 deals.

Credit card information not relevant unless you have a US based credit card.
 

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I was a subscriber briefly. It was - not surprisingly - US centric, so if you're based in the US and flying out of there, there's plenty. For flights originating from Australia, don't bother.
 

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glider said:
I was a subscriber briefly. It was - not surprisingly - US centric, so if you're based in the US and flying out of there, there's plenty. For flights originating from Australia, don't bother.

Thanks guys, that is what I thought.
 
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