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skiesrider Jun 21, 19 3:27 am


Originally Posted by mlin32 (Post 31219139)
Boo, I'm still getting a technical error......:(

Are your first / last names matching exactly on both programmes? I have more than 1 "last name" and was also getting an error message. I wrote to accor and asked them to amend it so that it matches my name on the flying blue account - they were pretty quick and once fixed I could link my accounts with no further problems...

vinzbg Jun 21, 19 10:17 am

Does anyone knows whether flights booked under codeshare numbers are crediting? For example KLM operated flight under DL flight number, FB account linked in the reservation on 006 Delta ticket number?

vinzbg Jun 21, 19 10:20 am

Edit: went through the T&C and it states that the flight has to be marketed by AF or KL. So codeshares on AF KL metals are excluded.

Goldorak Jun 21, 19 2:23 pm


Originally Posted by vinzbg (Post 31225769)
Edit: went through the T&C and it states that the flight has to be marketed by AF or KL. So codeshares on AF KL metals are excluded.

Yes. T&C are very clear. AF/KL-marketing AND operating.

Squerez Jun 27, 19 3:28 am

Just applied. I have a business trip late July with KLM and Accor as hotel. I will see how it works! It is a nice way to combine them in a package.

r0gerthat Jun 27, 19 8:55 am

I had already several stays planned in ibis/novotel and flying there with KL. First one is next week! I've signed up couple days ago. Will keep you posted on progress :)

bodory Jun 27, 19 9:42 pm

Here is the Accor statement after a recent stay:

https://cimg8.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...fc037e471d.jpg


and nothing on the FB statement.

Not sure to understand something there.

SteveCanary Jun 28, 19 3:03 am


Originally Posted by bodory (Post 31247477)
Here is the Accor statement after a recent stay:

https://cimg8.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...fc037e471d.jpg


and nothing on the FB statement.

Not sure to understand something there.

Same for me after 2 AF flights and 2 Accor nigths, nothing in FB. Only the same statement than above on my Accor account.

NickB Jun 28, 19 3:37 am

Credit from partners, especially non-flying partners, can take time before being credited. I would not expect a credit from Accor to make its way quasi-instantly onto my FB account. Give it a few weeks and see, I would say.

rangerss75 Jun 28, 19 8:16 am

Same here
 

Originally Posted by SteveCanary (Post 31248047)
Same for me after 2 AF flights and 2 Accor nights, nothing in FB. Only the same statement than above on my Accor account.

Same as SteveCanary and Bodory

Have had three Accor hotel stays and 2 AF flights since 23rd June. The first two Accor stays and both flights have posted in the regular way. '0 points and 1 night' (ie the first bonus) posted on Accor site a day after the first Accor stay, but no points on Accor for either of my AF flights and nothing at all in Flying Blue (neither the welcome bonus nor any miles from the three hotel stays).

vinnyc Jun 29, 19 9:09 pm

KLM that good???
 
Hello all:

So, I'll be flying from JFK to CDG, connecting in AMS, all in business class (fare class 'I' actually).

On the KLM app, you are usually shown approximately how many miles and XP you are expected to earn after the completion of the trip. KLM is usually good at this, although it sometimes makes some mistakes (e.g. I upgrade from W to J using FB miles, KLM app says I earn XPs corresponding to J-class, which is obviously wrong).

In this case, it is simple: total XPs earned should be 90XP (2x 30XP + 2x 15XP).

However, the app shows 95XP (see screenshot attached). I am pretty sure it used to show 90XP before. The question is: do you think the additional 5XP comes from the Miles+Point welcome bonus?

Cheers,
-vinnyc


Goldorak Jun 30, 19 2:56 am


Originally Posted by vinnyc (Post 31253543)
In this case, it is simple: total XPs earned should be 90XP (2x 30XP + 2x 15XP).

However, the app shows 95XP (see screenshot attached). I am pretty sure it used to show 90XP before. The question is: do you think the additional 5XP comes from the Miles+Point welcome bonus?

I doubt it. Indeed, you should earn 90 XP on such a trip.

Castleford Tiger Jul 4, 19 5:50 am

After two week and several attempts, I finally managed to link my accounts using this link .https://www.flyingblue.nl/en/partner...s/presentation.

Shame that I won't get anything extra from the transatlantic trip last week.

CT

lynxy Jul 4, 19 6:23 am

So after a recent trip with AF and accor hotels, I did receive the bonus XP in FB and the miles for the Hotel stays:
https://cimg0.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...9bcdba60bf.png
On the accor side, I received the extra night, but no points for the flights :(

https://cimg6.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...6c5a46e07b.png

Lawrious Jul 4, 19 8:41 am


Originally Posted by lynxy (Post 31268484)
So after a recent trip with AF and accor hotels, I did receive the bonus XP in FB and the miles for the Hotel stays:
https://cimg0.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...9bcdba60bf.png
On the accor side, I received the extra night, but no points for the flights :(

https://cimg6.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...6c5a46e07b.png

Considering it worked okay for FB side I'd gather that the Accor side are perhaps being slow in matching the systems? I'd expect small teething issues here and there on a new partnership like this. Like the others have said, If it's still like this after a few weeks it would definitely be good to contact Accor. Will have to see how it works for me for my stay in a couple of weeks.


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