Have I got TP's wrong?

Old Jan 17, 12, 9:02 am
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Have I got TP's wrong?

My wife and I took advantage of the 2 for 2,012 CW offer in January to do LHR/LAS-LAS/ORD/LHR the LAS/ORD being in AA F. All of the TP's and avios have posted but I have only been awarded 40 TP for the AA leg. The ticket was definitely booked in F as this is a 2 class flight. I thought I should have got 60 TP's so phoned up Exec club. I was told that because the ticket was business class (CW) I was only entitled to business AA TP's. Is this right?
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Old Jan 17, 12, 9:07 am
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What was the ticket booked in? You sat in F as it's 2-class. If it was booked in a Business bucket though, you get Business TPs. If it was in F, A, P then you should get F TPs.
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Old Jan 17, 12, 11:17 am
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I am sure when I looked at the booking class before we flew it said F, but I can no longer bring up that booking to check
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Old Jan 17, 12, 11:21 am
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You can use CheckMyTrip to look at old bookings.

Best to go to:

http://classic.checkmytrip.com

And put in the locator code/surname.

If you look at the e-ticket receipt you'll be able to see the fare basis.

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Old Jan 17, 12, 12:41 pm
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This has been known to happen when you book with BA. Bookings through AA would have gone into a proper F class, I think.
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Old Jan 18, 12, 3:28 am
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Originally Posted by BAHumbug View Post
You can use CheckMyTrip to look at old bookings.

Best to go to:

http://classic.checkmytrip.com

And put in the locator code/surname.

If you look at the e-ticket receipt you'll be able to see the fare basis.

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Thanks for that tip. Well it seems that it is booked in business fare, strange because that flight is either Y or F, there is no J section.
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Old Jan 18, 12, 5:22 am
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Originally Posted by stoneman View Post
Thanks for that tip. Well it seems that it is booked in business fare, strange because that flight is either Y or F, there is no J section.
did you fly under the AA flight number or a BA code-share. I've noticed when pricing bookings on BA.com, AA returns as Club-World for domestic hops when on BA flight numbers.

If it's any consolation, when I fly AA between Canada and the US on American Eagle's CR7s the flights are branded as business class even though the exact same seat on a domestic hop is First.
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Old Jan 18, 12, 6:04 am
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If it was ticketed (most likely) as BAxxxx in I class, then you will be awarded J TPs, even though you sat in the "F" cabin.
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Old Jan 18, 12, 6:31 am
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Originally Posted by Smirnoff View Post
If it was ticketed (most likely) as BAxxxx in I class, then you will be awarded J TPs, even though you sat in the "F" cabin.
It was a BA flt number yes, so I guess I was wrong. Still learning
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