Status Matching is the process of asking a loyalty programme to award an equivalent VIP level from a competitor. This post further describes how to do it.
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If you have membership in multiple loyalty programmes, or have status in one that’s not your primary, then you may encounter the situation where you need to be able to change the Frequent Flyer Number in your booking.
Last update 9th March 2017. This is part 2 of my Beginners’ Guide to Hotel Points series. In this post we take a look at Intercontinental Hotel Group’s “IHG Rewards” programme, and try to help total beginners to get up to scratch.
This post is part of the “Beginners’ guide to hotel points” series, and will also be duplicated as placed as a permanent page in the navigation bar above. The intended readership is for total beginners based within Europe, and highlights the most important things a beginner should know.
(This post will be duplicated as a permanent page in the “Beginner’s guide” tab at the top.) Introduction: As a beginner in loyalty programmes it sometimes seems understanding your way through the different schemes can be utterly bewildering with the amount of information to absorb. But if there’s one I want to put forward: If you’re…
This post describes one of British Airways’ most famous Tier Point runs, between Jersey and Amsterdam.
I’ve started working on a beginners’ guide which I’ve linked to the header bar at the near the top of every page. This will be my main focus for the next week. If other interesting things pop up in the meantime I’ll write about it too. I realise that many will be familiar with what…
I feel like I’m penalised by the UK’s Government every time I fly out of the country. Why? Air Passenger Duty. It applies to nearly everyone who flies from the UK.