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Qatar Privilege Club?
I am short on AA miles and am looking to book Doha – Adelaide. I have lots of Citi Thank You Points, which I can transfer to Qatar Privilege Club. Anyone have experience booking with them or changing dates/canceling tickets if plans change?
Based on what [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] said in this thread:
I’m guessing this is not usually the best course of action. Personally I have no experience with QPC but maybe she does.
Tiffany post was about Qantas and not Qatar.
No personal experience with Qatar program either.
D’oh! Guess I needed a Sunday afternoon nap after all!
I don’t have any experience with QPC either, unfortunately 🙁
I am a QA privilege club member myself who has book a few reward flights myself.
Booking can be done online once you are signed in. There is very little available around peak times which in this part of the world are the two Eid holidays.
It doesn’t always work when trying to book online. In the summer I tried to book a return trip to London. it showed availability on the site but an error came up. I called them and they said there was no availability through the whole of August even though there was some showing on the site. As a test I tried to book a single flight in August and it went through! So I just booked another single for the outbound. I managed to beat the system.
I understand that its a $25 charge per ticket to change the date of the award flight or cancel it.