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  1. Stephen

    Hi all,

    I have booked 2 x business class tickets JFK to HKG using qantas points in july.

    I see 1 spot asian miles in first and i’m keen to get 2 spots in first.

    should i book that and wait to see if there is availability keeping my business class seats and cancel later if there is none and wait for first to pop up closer to the date?

    not sure what the cancellation policies are.

    I know its possible to get spots closer to the date. but theres 1 spot now. I’m very tempted.



  2. Gaurav

    [USER=529]@Stephen[/USER], it depends on what your priorities are. If you want to make sure to travel together it is probably safest to keep the business seats. If you are willing to take a chance of being apart, then book the first class seat and keep your fingers crossed. Just make sure to keep an eye on the reservation–sometimes airlines will cancel duplicate bookings for the same flight so you may have to give up one business seat to book the F seat. Also, make sure to check cancellation policies–those can be a bear.

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