|Quoting Richardw (Reply 3):|
There are other ways of joining, these are just 2 options.
If you get a BA
Amex card an leave the Exec Club number line blank then BA
will open an account for you. If you are booking a lot of tickets through BA
this is a no brainer. Drop me an email if you want a more detailed sales pitch
I've had mine for 3yrs and have earned the best part of 200,000 miles through it that I wouldn't have earned otherwise.
The other option is to book a fully flexible ticket (make sure it says on confirmation page you can cancel for no fee) and use the link to sign up for the Exec Club based on that. You can then just cancel the ticket and get all your money back.
|Quoting Sbworcs (Reply 5):|
Does anyone know if any of these will allow entry into FF programme on the basis of 6 discounted economy tickets booked to orlando in november. Booked through BA.com which states they do not qualify.
Well I'd probably go for QF
's programme. I'd usually recommend AAdvantage for those flying on cheaper tickets, especially in your case as you'd usually earn AAdvantage elite status with 6 Y tickets to MCO
, due to anti-competition laws you cannot earn AA
miles on the basis of BA
flights and vice versa.
"My first job was selling doors, door to door, that's a tough job innit" - Bill Bailey