Member since 03 Jan 2012
Total posts 57
Does anyone know what happens when a person reaches 14,000 status credits and gets Lifetime Gold status with Qantas? Do they send out new FF gold card?
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,097
There's a photo of a lifetime membership card in our article here... not sure what it looks like with the whole Qantas Cash thing though! :)
Member since 12 Mar 2014
Total posts 115
You start furnishing your AA Advantage account with greater vigour...
Member since 21 Apr 2012
Total posts 2,060
To what end?
You're already OW Sapphire for life!
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 17 Aug 2012
Total posts 1,293
More bang for your mile.
Member since 20 Sep 2013
Total posts 317
I have a higher level of status with QF .And as i reed it .The fine print status can be changed at ant time.
Member since 02 Jul 2011
Total posts 835
If you have Platinum and reach Lifetime Gold, all you get is a 1-page congratulations letter.
Oh. and the Lifetime Status Balance disappears from the online summary, is still there if you get the paper statements however.
Member since 15 Apr 2014
Total posts 1
So if your LTG, and then change to AA as your preferred program, what happens when you try and get in to the lounge and your AA card is shown? Why would they let you in?
Member since 23 Aug 2012
Total posts 14
I qualified for this a couple of years ago and as moa99 noted all you get is letter. I assume that they will send out the new LTG card if your status drops below Platinum.
I have not seen any advantages or recognition in having LTG. I think this will only of any benfit once I stop flying for work and loose my current P status.
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