I have been offered a 50% status credit bonus from QFF for new bookings made in the next month.

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PJD

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 07 Jul 2013

Total posts 8

I have been offered a 50% status credit bonus from QFF for new bookings made in the next month. I have several bookings already made for travel over next few months. If I cancel the bookings (all Business class) I get a voucher which I can then use to rebook. Will this be recognised as a "new" booking? The voucher number will have the same reference number as the original old booking.

Gavin92

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 19 Jun 2013

Total posts 4

I don't see why it wouldn't be a new booking. If it gets deleted from your 'my booking' menu then it's gone, when a new one is added, then that would be a 'new booking'

Phil Young

Qantas

Member since 22 Oct 2012

Total posts 193

Just be sure to read the T&Cs regards Change Fees etc.

11sjw

Member since 11 Mar 2012

Total posts 159

You may have to ring Qantas to get the bonus SCs credited to your account.

radiC00l

Member since 22 Jul 2011

Total posts 18

I wonder whether you should pick slightly different flights (if you're flying domestic and this suits your plans)?

StuParr

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 01 Mar 2012

Total posts 195

In their system it will be a new booking as it will create a new PNR. It doesn't matter that the old PNR's were cancelled out and a credit used to pay for them, the system will recognise the new bookings as what they are, new bookings. Enjoy!

ollie

QF

Member since 19 Jun 2012

Total posts 15

I believe the new booking will have the date of the original booking applied to it so it won't be eligible. It's too simple a loophole. Much has been written on this on australianfrequentflyer.com.au

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