Eurobonus on the SAS Airport bus in Oslo

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    Sounds great! Will this be extra points, or do we get basic as well?

    I hope that this will be introduced to the SAS Airport bus in Bergen, Trondheim, and the other cities in the future as well.
     
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    I'm pretty sure it will be extra points.
     
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    Great news SK and if one find oneself staying at Radisson Blu Scandinavia it is the easier mode of transport :)

    SK2868: I thought the bus in Trondheim was operated by Klæburuten and not SK?
     
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    I have no idea... Just always thought that all www.flybussen.no buses were SAS affiliates... Isn't the SAS airport bus in Oslo operated by Ruter?

    [edit] I see now that it indeed is operated by SAS at OSL.
     
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    I would be surprised if they would as
    1. The bus in Oslo is operated by SAS, in BGO, TRD and other places it is just a "code-share"/"wetlease
    2. There is a rather strong competition in Oslo from other transporters (coaches/trains/cars/taxies)

    Regarding extrapint/basic-points - the coach is pure "SAS metal", so they should give us basic-points :D. On the other hand, maybe they say 200 points, and only give is 25% of that :rolleyes:
     
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    Btw. a little OT, but since the coach service is operated by SAS, would the bus drivers get the same perks as other SAS employees (ID tickets)?
     
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    Next move: They'll introduce booking classes on the bus. You have to pay a minimum of 400 NOK for 100% earnings - the rest end in the 25% bucket (incl. student fares) ;)
     
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    It is only possible to earn Eurobonus points on the Flybussen brand operated by SAS, and that is the route between OSL and downtown Oslo. The other Flybussen brands are operated by others. Trondheim was operated by Klæburuten, but the bus company was bought by Nettbuss and is now operated by them. I hope, though, that earning points with Flybussen in other cities than Oslo will come with time. :)
     
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    A 150 NOK bus ticket Oslo - OSL: 200 points
    A 495 NOK airline ticket OSL-ARN: 150 points.

    I'm trying to make it make sense, but I just can't...
     
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    Great news indeed! Where did you find the news, inside info at Arlanda last Friday?? ;)
     
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    Ask about the implementation on this at Facebook today. Still no set date from when it will be implemented, but they said they're working on it
     
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    According to twitter, the bonus points on the bus is coming soon, and it will be double points in the beginning
     
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    Someone, did you see the text from twitter...:D

    If 'Someone' is listening, Flybussen in Oslo is soon a partner with double points as a starter...
     
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    Extented until 29/2 :)
     
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    Tried the bus today and my EB number was registered and printed on om receipt as I paid with my Eurobonus Mastercard. The question is know how long it takes for the points to post. SAS claims it can take up to four weeks, but I guess I have to wait and see
     
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    Someone, when the points are posted (if) let us know how long it took.
     
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    Points posted. Took 5-6 days :)
     
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