(Eurobonus) CO first (Z) = Low business on EB-earning?

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  1. torbster
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    got a US-domestic flight with CO in "first (Z)"-class coming up. The EB-chart says Z doesn't give more than eco-earning (100%):
    This must be a mistake?
    A-class is not even on the chart, but costs the same and would give me 200% EB-earning.
    In comparison M&M recognizes Z-class on CO as business (200%).
     
  2. BGO-commuter
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    If I remember correctly, it's been the same way at United for at least a few years.
    Never tried Continental though, but if this is something new it could be an alignment of the rules?
     
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    Unfortunately, I think the earning chart is correct. Z-class is considered economy on UA/CO.I might be wrong, but I also have a Z-class ticket coming up next week for US domestic, and it doesn't accumulate for anything, really.

    Bottom line, fly SK or no real miracles to talk about. :)
     
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    Yeah I suppose that's just the way it is. Was just a little strange that A-class at the same price, seating and with the same flexibility-policies gives 200% (confirmed with SAS) while Z only counts as eco - but as business (200%) with ie. M&M. too bad A was only available at 1am and 6am departures.. Might just have to bring my M&M-account back from retirement and start crediting these flights there :p
     

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