How to determine the Tier points you get ?

Old Feb 22, 15, 5:07 pm
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How to determine the Tier points you get ?

On Ba.com , I cant find a way to see the trier points awarded for any particular booking I enter into the system.

The calculator isn't specivic enoung for particular flights .

Is there a way to check the number of Tier points to be awarded while you are picking your flights and choose your flight classes ?
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Old Feb 22, 15, 5:14 pm
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Old Feb 22, 15, 5:40 pm
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There is an avios/TP calculator on BA.com if this is what you mean.

http://www.britishairways.com/travel...r/public/en_gb

You do need to enter each sector/leg individually, however.

Sorry, just read your post fully. See you already have the calculator! Don't think there is any difference between flights on the same route.
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Old Feb 22, 15, 5:44 pm
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Originally Posted by madfish View Post
There is an avios/TP calculator on BA.com if this is what you mean.

http://www.britishairways.com/travel...r/public/en_gb
But it still is tricky on say longhaul WTP with SH/DOM connections for example if you haven't done them before and don't know what bucket you are going to get on the shorthaul/domestic flight from a longhaul.
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Old Feb 22, 15, 5:46 pm
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It is also worth referring to this thread, post 5, paragraph 6, Earning Tier Points.


http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/briti...l#post24088159
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Originally Posted by Crampedin13A View Post
But it still is tricky on say longhaul WTP with SH/DOM connections for example if you haven't done them before and don't know what bucket you are going to get on the shorthaul/domestic flight from a longhaul.
True, but if when booking connecting flights if you click on the flight number when selecting the flights it will give you the selling class for the particular flight. Although I have read that in the example you give, this is somewhat tricky to work out.

I suppose you could see what the matrix gives it as and hope that the fare codes match when you select the ticket.
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