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Old Sep 16, 2017, 2:32 pm
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This is a guide to gold upgrade vouchers which BA issues. In the wiki there are a number of frequently asked questions, and in the posts below there is a lot of detail and information on these vouchers.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a Gold Upgrade Voucher?
Gold Upgrade Vouchers are awarded when you reach certain Tier Point levels and allow you to an upgrade to the next travel class.

Q: How do I qualify for a Gold Upgrade Voucher?
You will be awarded a Gold Upgrade Voucher for Two (GUF2) when you reach 2,500 Tier Points. Two Gold Upgrade Vouchers for One (GUF1) are awarded when you reach 3,500 Tier Points. You have the option to choose another two GUF1s at 7,000, 8,000 and 9,000 Tier Points.

Q: When will I know I have a voucher?
The voucher will appear on your BAEC homepage when you hit the required Tier Points in the same place as any Amex 241s that you may have.



Q: How long is the voucher valid for?
The voucher is valid for 12 months must be redeemed within one year of its issue.

Q: Do I have to travel by the expiry date?
No. You must book your ticket by the expiry date so you can travel up to 355 days after.

Q: Can the voucher be extended?
If you do not redeem the voucher within twelve months you can request an extension. Extensions are usually granted for a further six months.

Q: Where can I use the voucher?
You can use the voucher for a one class upgrade on any BA published fare on flights operated by BA.

Q: Can I use the voucher for a one way ticket?
Yes. The voucher can be used for a one way booking. FT opinion may say that this is not a good use but your individual circumstances will influence this.

Q: Where can I upgrade to?
You can upgrade to the next cabin on any BA flight:
  • Euro Traveller to Club Europe
  • World Traveller to World Traveller Plus
  • World Traveller Plus to Club World
  • Club World to First (where fitted on the aircraft)
Q: What cabin would an economy booking upgrade to?
As the voucher will upgrade you to the next available cabin, an economy (Euro Traveller / World Traveller) booking would upgrade you to Club Europe (from ET) on the short haul flight and World Traveller Plus (from WT) on the long haul flight.

Q: I havenít got a companion. Can I still use a GUF2?
Yes. You can use a GUF2 on your own for a single or return journey. GUF2 can be divided to two GUF1 meaning that if you want to use it as a solo traveller, ask first through customer service to divide it.

Q: Does the voucher have to be used in conjunction with a paid fare?
No. Gold Upgrade Vouchers can be used either with a paid fare or a journey booked with Avios.

Q: Can I use the Gold Upgrade voucher with an Amex 2-4-1 voucher?
Yes. You can combine a GUF with a companion voucher (also known as a 2-4-1). This is a great way to really get a really good value use for the voucher as you will save a very large amount of Avios.

Q: Can I use the Gold Upgrade voucher with a Lloyds voucher?
No. A Lloyds voucher cannot be combined with a Gold Upgrade voucher.

Q: Can I UuA a ticket and then use my GUF voucher?
No. Tickets can only be upgraded using the Gold Upgrade voucher or Avios, not both.

Q: Are bookings made with the Gold Upgrade voucher flexible?
Only if the underlying ticket is in a flexible bucket. For example a J ticket upgraded to First will be flexible according to the original ticket rules. The same applies to redemption tickets.

Q: Can I use the Gold Upgrade voucher on another oneworld airline?
Yes, currently only with AA when certain conditions of use are fulfilled.

Q: Is the voucher valid on franchise operated flights?
Yes. Gold Upgrade vouchers are available for British Airways and franchise operated flights only.

Q: Can I use the voucher on an itinerary that includes non-BA flights?
With a booking direct with BA this is fine. For a TA booking you canít include non-BA flights. However, there are the occasional reports of a few slipping through where some Travel Agents have managed to apply a GUF to a booking which includes both BA and non-BA flights on BA codeshares.

Q: Can I upgrade an existing booking?
Yes. Please call the BA Service Centre to do this. If you have booked with a Travel Agent then the voucher must be used at the time of booking. Additional taxes and fees may apply. UPDATE - As of January 2018 the restriction to TA bookings no longer applies so if you book with a TA you can apply the GUF at any time by contacting BA directly up to 24 hours before your flight to process the upgrade - see post 3 for more details.

Q: Do I have to travel myself when I use the Gold Upgrade voucher like the Amex 2-4-1?
If you book with BA you can use the voucher for any other person or persons. However you must pay for the booking yourself either through your account on ba.com or through the Service Centre. If you book through a TA then the voucher owner must travel on the booking.

Q: If I cancel the booking will I get the Gold Upgrade voucher back?
If you cancel more than 24 hours before departure then the voucher will be reinstated to your account if the original validity has not expired. If you cancel within 24 hours then the voucher will not be available for further use. Any refund on the other part of the ticket will be subject to the original fare rules.

Q: Does there have to be Avios availability in the upgraded cabin to use the Gold Upgrade voucher?
No. There only needs to be discounted revenue fare availability in the cabin you are upgrading to (A for First, I for Club and T for WT+).
It used to be the case that you had to book through a Travel Agent to achieve this, and that direct bookings with BA required Avios availability in the cabin you are upgrading to. With changes to GUF2 made in 2019, this is no longer the case.

Q: Can I book the outbound leg using an Amex 2-4-1 and GUF2 and then add the inbound when it becomes available?
Yes. This can be done in the same way as adding a return leg to a booking using the Amex 2-4-1 voucher.

Q: Can I use the Gold Upgrade voucher on flights that do not originate in the UK?
Yes. Flights do not have to originate in the UK. A GUF can be used on an ex-EU booking - there is no requirement to start and finish in the UK or your Executive Club resident country.

Q: Can I use two GUF1s to upgrade two classes?
No. Nice try

Q: Can the Gold Upgrade voucher be used by anyone in the Household Account?
Any Household Account Member who earns Gold Upgrade vouchers must redeem them personally. Gold Upgrade vouchers are not part of the Household Account pool and cannot be redeemed by another Member of the Household Account. Household Account Members who earn Gold Upgrade vouchers are subject to applicable Household Account redemption rules, whereby the Gold Upgrade vouchers can only be used for members within the Household Account. These upgrades cannot be allocated to Executive Club Members under age 18. An upgrade earned by a member under 18 is allocated to the Head of that Member's Household Account, but the head must be a gold card holder. If the head is not a gold the voucher is effectively lost since it canít be allocated.

Q: Will I earn Tier Points and Avios with the Gold Upgrade voucher?
Yes. You should earn tier points and Avios in line with the original selling class of the booking and not based on the cabin you upgraded in to - although sometimes mistakes do seem to happen and you do end up earning based on the cabin you upgraded to. As a reward booking doesnít earn any tier points or Avios you wonít earn anything from a reward booking to which you had applied a GUF.

Q: I have more than two people in my booking. Can I just upgrade two of them?
No. A GUF canít be applied to a selection of passengers on a booking, and has to cover all of them - you canít end up with a booking for four people where two are still in CW and the other two are upgraded to F. If necessary you can as BA to split the booking so that those not being upgraded are under one booking reference, and those being upgraded by the GUF are in a new separate booking reference.

Q: Does an infant use an available upgrade?
No. If an upgraded booking contains an infant travelling on an infant fare, the infant will be automatically upgraded with the adults. Child fares will be subject to the same rules as adults.
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Old Jun 24, 2024, 7:08 am
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Sometimes it can trigger a price change up.
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Old Jun 24, 2024, 1:28 pm
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First GUF2 due to be triggered in a week. have a booking Iíd like to use it on later in the year but only one A available on the outbound with two on the inbound. Flights are to HKG back from PVG.

A couple of Qs if may:

1. Is there any way to burn this and take only one upgrade seat on the outbound?
2. Is it possible/likely further A will materialise nearer the date??
3. Can you use Ďhalfí the voucher one way and save the other half?

Thanks in advance
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Old Jun 24, 2024, 1:35 pm
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1. yes you can use your GUF but obviously only the outbound will be upgraded. if at some later stage A class or an F reward seat appears you can call in and upgrade that using the GUF already on the booking.
2. always possible
3. no
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Old Jun 24, 2024, 1:42 pm
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Thanks KARFA - last Q - would BA let me use it on the outbound on the single available A bucket seat (accepting it would not be using full value) and on both on the return?
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Old Jun 24, 2024, 1:47 pm
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is this a booking for two people? if so you need two A seats or two F reward seats. you can't upgrade only one person on a booking for two. it is either everyone upgraded, or no one upgraded when on the same booking.
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Old Jul 2, 2024, 3:49 am
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I have my first GUF2 which will expire in 3 months, so working on a plan to use it and just want to make sure I don't do anything stupid and miss out on being able to redeem it.
1) Given BA's revenue pricing these days, it seems like a better deal to use points and then upgrade
2) Best value for points vs. revenue seems to be to SYD. I see it is marginally more expensive than Japan, USA, S America in terms of points, but significantly more in terms of revenue
3) Given award availability to SYD (actually most long haul except the US) this needs to be booked a year out, so realistically looking at July next year (and probably tagging on a trip to the South Pacific separately what with Fiji Air joining OneWorld and winter weather in SYD/MEL)
4) As much as we'd like to fly F, we don't have enough points for two in C (we have 400k and these are increasingly hard to come by). The J redemption costs about double the PE redemption, and adding a cash component quickly makes this as expensive as revenue on another airline. Club Suites is good enough that I don't think F is worth an extra 75k points per person per direction

So on how to book this. I know for the northern hemisphere winter one needs to book a minute after the seats are released. At least June 2025 seems to have quite some availability. I can book a one way and apply the GUF2 online when the outbound dates become available (though not sure I can reduce the avios component), or I can wait 3 more weeks when the return gets available and try doing it all at once. If I've understood information in this thread properly, I should be able to do the outbound first, then book the return leg once it becomes available without the upgrade, and call to link the bookings and apply the upgrade to the return too? Is there any disadvantage to this (different taxes?) or to doing it online instead of calling in both instances?

While the outbound seems to have good award availability, on the inbound, at least for the moment, there is neither award availability not I class availability even all the way out (F4J9 but all other buckets 0) so not sure how to actually deal with this.

Thanks!

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Old Jul 2, 2024, 7:52 am
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Originally Posted by ung1
I have my first GUF2 which will expire in 3 months, so working on a plan to use it and just want to make sure I don't do anything stupid and miss out on being able to redeem it.
1) Given BA's revenue pricing these days, it seems like a better deal to use points and then upgrade
On the whole, yes. The fact that Avios redemption prices have remained static for some years now whilst revenue prices have shot up post-Covid has also influenced the calculation.

Originally Posted by ung1
2) Best value for points vs. revenue seems to be to SYD. I see it is marginally more expensive than Japan, USA, S America in terms of points, but significantly more in terms of revenue
It is certainly possible to obtain excellent value on BA redemptions to SYD (hence why they are in such high demand), but I think it's rather putting the horse before the cart to decide your destination based on the value you'll get!

The other factor to bear in mind is that you should only really compare the redemption cost against what you'd be prepared to spend on an actual cash flight. It might be nice to think of the 5p per Avios you are getting vs the cash fare - but if you would never have paid £6k for a return in J for example, the saving is somewhat illusory.

Originally Posted by ung1
3) Given award availability to SYD (actually most long haul except the US) this needs to be booked a year out, so realistically looking at July next year
If you want to rely on the "guaranteed" 4 seats that are released when the flights go on sale, then yes. But bear in mind that GUFs can also be used to book using revenue fare classes, in which case you don't need normal redemption availability at all. You can book using the cheapest revenue class in each case, so T (for WT+), I (for CW/CE) and A (for F).

In fairness, on the SYD route, T and I are sometimes zeroed out even when the flights go on sale - however, A usually sits at 4 below the number of F seats available (so at T-355 it would be F8 A4).

Originally Posted by ung1
(and probably tagging on a trip to the South Pacific separately what with Fiji Air joining OneWorld and winter weather in SYD/MEL)
In that case you might want to take a look at the multi-partner redemption chart - there are some sweet spots there, particularly since the class of travel (and thus the Avios cost) is calculated based on the class you use on the longest sector. So if your longest sector is in J, you can still book into F on shorter sectors, and similarly with W and J.

Originally Posted by ung1
4) As much as we'd like to fly F, we don't have enough points for two in C (we have 400k and these are increasingly hard to come by). The J redemption costs about double the PE redemption, and adding a cash component quickly makes this as expensive as revenue on another airline. Club Suites is good enough that I don't think F is worth an extra 75k points per person per direction
You can always boost or get a subscription if you want some more Avios? Both would allow you to get up to 200k Avios per year at a decent rate around 1p per Avios.

I agree that with Club Suites, F is not as attractive. Only thing I would say is that Club Suites are never truly guaranteed as aircraft substitutions can happen at any point, whether that's because of aircraft schedules being jigged around (as we've seen to accommodate the continuing 787-10 delivery delays), or because of unserviceable aircraft on the day.

Originally Posted by ung1
So on how to book this. I know for the northern hemisphere winter one needs to book a minute after the seats are released. At least June 2025 seems to have quite some availability. I can book a one way and apply the GUF2 online when the outbound dates become available (though not sure I can reduce the avios component), or I can wait 3 more weeks when the return gets available and try doing it all at once. If I've understood information in this thread properly, I should be able to do the outbound first, then book the return leg once it becomes available without the ugprade, and call to link the bookings and apply the upgrade to the return too? Is there any disadvantage to this (different taxes?) or to doing it online instead of calling in both instances?
I would generally suggest phoning either way. The agents can 'reserve' availability the moment the seats go on sale (ideally call 10 to 15 minutes before the release to clear security and allow for any hold etc.), whereas if booking online the seats are not guaranteed until payment completes.

Phoning to add on the return will be best for the reasons above, as well as the fact that the taxes are lower if upgrading into F (as you pay the cash taxes & fees, which are higher ex-AUS AFAIK).

Originally Posted by ung1
One question in addition - I thought these booked into revenue availability, not award availability. When I check online, an outbound in June 2025 works from PE to C when there is award availability in C. But the return, where there is no C availability, says no availability from PE to C. Will I get a different result on the phone? Since the voucher will expire long before the flight, I can't risk that we get stuck in PE...

Thanks!
The website doesn't reflect the additional revenue availability so you will have to call for that to be applied.
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Old Jul 2, 2024, 9:27 am
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Originally Posted by flarmip
On the whole, yes. The fact that Avios redemption prices have remained static for some years now whilst revenue prices have shot up post-Covid has also influenced the calculation.


It is certainly possible to obtain excellent value on BA redemptions to SYD (hence why they are in such high demand), but I think it's rather putting the horse before the cart to decide your destination based on the value you'll get!

The other factor to bear in mind is that you should only really compare the redemption cost against what you'd be prepared to spend on an actual cash flight. It might be nice to think of the 5p per Avios you are getting vs the cash fare - but if you would never have paid £6k for a return in J for example, the saving is somewhat illusory.


If you want to rely on the "guaranteed" 4 seats that are released when the flights go on sale, then yes. But bear in mind that GUFs can also be used to book using revenue fare classes, in which case you don't need normal redemption availability at all. You can book using the cheapest revenue class in each case, so T (for WT+), I (for CW/CE) and A (for F).

In fairness, on the SYD route, T and I are sometimes zeroed out even when the flights go on sale - however, A usually sits at 4 below the number of F seats available (so at T-355 it would be F8 A4).


In that case you might want to take a look at the multi-partner redemption chart - there are some sweet spots there, particularly since the class of travel (and thus the Avios cost) is calculated based on the class you use on the longest sector. So if your longest sector is in J, you can still book into F on shorter sectors, and similarly with W and J.


You can always boost or get a subscription if you want some more Avios? Both would allow you to get up to 200k Avios per year at a decent rate around 1p per Avios.

I agree that with Club Suites, F is not as attractive. Only thing I would say is that Club Suites are never truly guaranteed as aircraft substitutions can happen at any point, whether that's because of aircraft schedules being jigged around (as we've seen to accommodate the continuing 787-10 delivery delays), or because of unserviceable aircraft on the day.


I would generally suggest phoning either way. The agents can 'reserve' availability the moment the seats go on sale (ideally call 10 to 15 minutes before the release to clear security and allow for any hold etc.), whereas if booking online the seats are not guaranteed until payment completes.

Phoning to add on the return will be best for the reasons above, as well as the fact that the taxes are lower if upgrading into F (as you pay the cash taxes & fees, which are higher ex-AUS AFAIK).


The website doesn't reflect the additional revenue availability so you will have to call for that to be applied.
Thank you for your detailed reply, this is super helpful. I look at it rather as where can I go that is interesting, where BA is comparable or better than the next best alternative. For example if I wanted to go to DXB, I could fly QR business for 1/3rd the cost of BA. Maybe not as extreme, but similar to almost every other long haul destination where BA is at least 50% more than the alternatives. Australia is indeed one of those where revenue tickets are prohibitively expensive.

Indeed my point about checking availability was through Expertflyer, where SYD-LHR-(OSL) is zeroed out in I pretty much every day. So I would need to call in and get two of the four redemption seats that become available, i.e. be a bit flexible on the return date and be willing to call a few days in a row. Useful tip about the difference in taxes, to make it a r/t instead of two one ways.

About the multi-partner award chart - I thought GUF2s could only be applied on BA/AA itineraries, not those with partner airlines involved. I see this has changed a bit over the years so it is not really clear without reading through every single page of this thread (the wiki seems to be from 2017).


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Old Jul 2, 2024, 2:25 pm
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Originally Posted by ung1
Thank you for your detailed reply, this is super helpful. I look at it rather as where can I go that is interesting, where BA is comparable or better than the next best alternative. For example if I wanted to go to DXB, I could fly QR business for 1/3rd the cost of BA. Maybe not as extreme, but similar to almost every other long haul destination where BA is at least 50% more than the alternatives. Australia is indeed one of those where revenue tickets are prohibitively expensive.

Indeed my point about checking availability was through Expertflyer, where SYD-LHR-(OSL) is zeroed out in I pretty much every day. So I would need to call in and get two of the four redemption seats that become available, i.e. be a bit flexible on the return date and be willing to call a few days in a row. Useful tip about the difference in taxes, to make it a r/t instead of two one ways.

About the multi-partner award chart - I thought GUF2s could only be applied on BA/AA itineraries, not those with partner airlines involved. I see this has changed a bit over the years so it is not really clear without reading through every single page of this thread (the wiki seems to be from 2017).
Fair point! TBH, I work in much the same way.

SYD-OSL may have different revenue availability than SYD-LHR, so it's worthwhile checking. Sometimes connecting onward to a regional UK destination such as MAN or EDI can change the availability too, since BA needs to compete more with other carriers from the regional airports.

Looking through the GUF terms, it explicitly says (under the AA section) that:
Bookings may contain a mix of British Airways and American Airline Sectors (including American Eagle). Other carriers may also be on the Itinerary but may not be upgraded using a Gold Upgrade voucher.
So this should be fine.
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Old Jul 3, 2024, 1:27 am
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Originally Posted by flarmip
Fair point! TBH, I work in much the same way.

SYD-OSL may have different revenue availability than SYD-LHR, so it's worthwhile checking. Sometimes connecting onward to a regional UK destination such as MAN or EDI can change the availability too, since BA needs to compete more with other carriers from the regional airports.

Looking through the GUF terms, it explicitly says (under the AA section) that:

So this should be fine.
Thanks again. Yes I checked both SYD-LHR and SYD-OSL (but not regional airports). I will see what turns up when I call them in a few weeks. Also looked at the multi carrier chart but that does not seem to be cheaper unfortunuately.
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Old Jul 4, 2024, 3:25 pm
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Originally Posted by flarmip
Fair point! TBH, I work in much the same way.

SYD-OSL may have different revenue availability than SYD-LHR, so it's worthwhile checking. Sometimes connecting onward to a regional UK destination such as MAN or EDI can change the availability too, since BA needs to compete more with other carriers from the regional airports.

Looking through the GUF terms, it explicitly says (under the AA section) that:

So this should be fine.
This idea got a lot less interesting once I realized I can fly QR business in QSuites for the same price in points as BA premium economy, and even with the voucher we will end up in the old business class and not Club Suites (find it strange they donít have these on SYD)! Might just try asking for the 6-month extension and wait for a sale fareÖ
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Old Jul 4, 2024, 3:55 pm
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Originally Posted by ung1
This idea got a lot less interesting once I realized I can fly QR business in QSuites for the same price in points as BA premium economy, and even with the voucher we will end up in the old business class and not Club Suites (find it strange they donít have these on SYD)! Might just try asking for the 6-month extension and wait for a sale fareÖ
Yes, I meant to mention that option but assumed you'd already checked and seen no availability. But if you have enough Avios and have no personal objections to flying through DOH then it's a no-brainer, I agree. Do be aware, though, that QR equipment swaps are ten a penny, so don't necessarily assume you will end up with QSuites just because that's what is booked at the moment...

I don't think anywhere 'deserves' the old Club World but until the whole fleet is refurbished, which is still several years away, some routes will have to languish with it. Clearly BA knows they don't have to be particularly competitive as they charge a premium anyway!
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Old Jul 5, 2024, 2:48 am
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Originally Posted by flarmip
Yes, I meant to mention that option but assumed you'd already checked and seen no availability. But if you have enough Avios and have no personal objections to flying through DOH then it's a no-brainer, I agree. Do be aware, though, that QR equipment swaps are ten a penny, so don't necessarily assume you will end up with QSuites just because that's what is booked at the moment...

I don't think anywhere 'deserves' the old Club World but until the whole fleet is refurbished, which is still several years away, some routes will have to languish with it. Clearly BA knows they don't have to be particularly competitive as they charge a premium anyway!
Yes, availability is not consistent on QR so don't know what I will find once the dates open up - though its the GUF2 I want to use up, not in a rush to use the avios - and it feels like a waste of the GUF2 then. And even the non-QSuites seat (which is indeed what I end up with most of the time) is nicer than the old CW. I sort of just assumed BA had CS to SYD - it is ages since I flew old CW having either used avios to upgrade (DFW on 380), been op-uped (MEX on 787) or flown the 350 (NBO, SAN, PHX). I know they "guarantee" it to JFK, but you are right that there are probably enough people willing to pay for whatever BA offers to SYD - strange though given the amount of one-stop options (and from OSL, one stop on QR vs. two stops on BA).
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Old Jul 13, 2024, 10:15 am
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Can I use AARP or BACHASE10 with a GUF/GUF2?

Have 4500 TP and should hit 5000 end August- 1st time. Does that change anything?

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My son, wife, daughter (6) and baby informed me to shop for 3 biz seats. Can I use GUF2 & GUF on 1 booking or do I have to make 2 reservations (meaning I will need 3 reward seats on 1 flight). Also is baby added during reservation or do I need to call and advise lap infant?
Am I dreaming for 3 award seats?

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Old Jul 13, 2024, 3:28 pm
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Can I use AARP or BACHASE10 with a GUF/GUF2?

Have 4500 TP and should hit 5000 end August- 1st time. Does that change anything?

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My son, wife, daughter (6) and baby informed me to shop for 3 biz seats. Can I use GUF2 & GUF on 1 booking or do I have to make 2 reservations (meaning I will need 3 reward seats on 1 flight). Also is baby added during reservation or do I need to call and advise lap infant?
Am I dreaming for 3 award seats?
it depends on where you're tring to go and when.
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