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Northwest Airlines Upgrade

Sat Jan 13, 2001 8:52 am

On my world perks card i have 42,687 miles. so i thought on my next fly woch will be June 5 2001 to
Anc Ak I thought i would upgrade to buniess or first class. So i went to theur websit To see how many miles it would take to upgrade. It said "" From select Coach fares or from business class fairs"".. What dose that mean? 
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RE: Northwest Airlines Upgrade

Sat Jan 13, 2001 9:00 am

It means 40,000 miles will upgrade you from select coach fares, or from a business-class fare. "Select coach fares" probably means they won't upgrade you from bulk or consolidator fares, but will for most other published coach fare classes.
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RE: Northwest Airlines Upgrade

Sun Jan 14, 2001 1:38 am

select coach fares means the discounted coach fares;
the other option should be from full coach fares.

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