70000 for r/t domestic F saver award?

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  1. jfhscott
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    Maybe I missed an enhancement, or this:

    http://www.united.com/page/article/1,,53694,00.html

    is an enhancement of its own. If I read it correctly, all domestic F saver awards are going to 35000, not just F in 3 cabin aircraft. Or am I mistinterpreting?

    Amongst other things, I find it very odd that 2 cabin F is considerably more than 3 cabin C.

    If so, this is troubling.
     
  2. qasr
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    No. 25k each way for 2 class F or 3 class C. Only 3 class F pays the 35k each way rate.
     
  3. jfhscott
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    Is that how you interpret the linked page? I see no distinction for 2 class F.
     
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    I'll add that any distinction for 2 class F seems to have been eliminated for Hawaii as well.
     
  5. Wandering Aramean
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    The linked PDF on that page is dated 27 April 2010 and has the same numbers in it. Based on that I'd say that odds are in our favor that they haven't screwed it up too much.
     
  6. Flyer
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    For (at least) the last few years, there has been a premium for F on 3 cabin aircraft. Besides, who redeems for F domestically? ;)
     

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