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Yes, it is correct. Airline partnership arrangements include this restriction as a matter of course. The point is to achieve reciprocity; allowing people to double collect (or more) would alter the economics of frequent flyer rewards, fundamentally changing their value.


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Booking in advance at the airport will usually save you around the same amount as the $9 fare club, you can't get both discounts. This a great option for anyone who has easy access to one of their airport locations.


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After searching through my previous email contact with the service hotline, the numbers are: topbonus Platinum Hotline DE: +49 30 221 511 51 / Fax +49 30 221 511 52 topbonus Platinum Hotline AT: +43 1 928 00 99/ Fax +43 1 928 00 98 topbonus Platinum Hotline CH: +41 44 583 0 677 / Fax +41 44 583 0 678 (The number works on 8th April 2016, might not work if ...


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Yes, you can earn with partners of the alliance (you'll find the complete list here: http://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/executive-club/tiers-and-benefits/about-tier-points). However, you have to distinguish Avios and Tier points. You can use the calculator at http://www.britishairways.com/travel/flight-calculator/public/en_gb to calculate the exact amount ...


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No! This is not common at all. Of all of the FF programs I've used (Delta, Southwest, Korean Air, etc.) all require a password to log in. Not only is this uncommon, it's an absolutely horrible security practice for the reasons you've found out. Here are a couple of examples of how major programs currently handle this: Delta Delta's website requires a ...



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