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Old May 19, 17, 6:29 pm   #1
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Difference in crediting outbound versus return

20 May 17 16 May 17 Melbourne-Brisbane 0341 10 650 0 650
16 May 17 14 May 17 Brisbane-Melbourne 0326 10 665 0 665

Is there a shifting tectonic plate somewhere in NSW that I don't know about or did I miss a massive earthquake?
Or do they check the plane's odometer after each flight and credit accordingly? Give me a longer holding pattern please.
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Old May 19, 17, 9:07 pm   #2
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Domestic earn is based on price paid; this appears to be a return fare.

IME, the base points earned can vary each way but the total earn is relevant to 5 x the fare paid.

It looks like you travelled on a Getaway fare of $263.
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Old May 19, 17, 10:01 pm   #3
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Domestic earn is based on price paid; this appears to be a return fare.

IME, the base points earned can vary each way but the total earn is relevant to 5 x the fare paid.

It looks like you travelled on a Getaway fare of $263.
Thanks for the (much more mundane) explanation. First time ever testing the water away from QF so I expect to make lots of rookie mistakes (like thinking that a Coke onboard would be complimentary )

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