ORC Question

Old Apr 29, 2024, 4:25 pm
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ORC Question

I flew QF to LHR and then was supposed to be on a QF codeshare to ABZ (on BA metal). Because we pushed back late in SIN, I missed my connection. They transferred me to a BA flight which has no QF codeshare. Should I wait until the BA flight posts before claiming ORC? The flights were in J. The SC will be the same, but it'll mean around 1000 more points. I'm obviously not going to travel anywhere on those points alone, but it could mean the difference between having enough points for a future flight vs having to buy them.

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Old Apr 29, 2024, 6:26 pm
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Id give it a go and be prepared to abandon the idea if it ge ones too difficult. Lifes too short
Ir as the boss once said dont sweat the small stuff.
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Old Apr 30, 2024, 3:35 am
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I usually submit my Original Routing Credit claims as soon as possible. Waiting doesn't make things better.
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Old May 5, 2024, 5:57 pm
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Thanks, all for your replies. Sorry for not acknowledging sooner. Travel half way around the world, and then get sick! Nothing serious. Just inconvenient.
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