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If travel to China is infrequent you're probably best to stick to crediting to QF (especially if you'll be doing some domestic travel is QF). You can credit Cathay flights to QF but you won't earn as many points or status credits as you would if you were flying QF.
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If you’re travelling J in both directions, you should be able to contact the Marco Polo boys and ask them to waive the membership fee of $100 USD. They did this for me when I first joined before a return J class flight.
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Just a quick question,
Thanks to both for your replies..much appreciated
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