MrsLincoln and JrLincoln are traveling in J from the US to the EU. MrsLincoln's a *G, and the award tickets were both issued from my *G account (pre-devaluation, of course, Daddy ain't no dummy). Both BPs show *G. They then visit the UA club at MSP, where they're told that, because they're flying on LH for their second segment, they aren't allowed to access the club. If they were flying UA metal to Germany, says the agent, they'd be entitled; but, no. I call CS and, after a lengthy discussion (I guess with the MSP station) CS concurs with MSP. The ticket's plated on 016 stock; the overwater route is a rev share JV route, obviously; the travelers both have *G BP's; they're traveling in J, for goodness' sake. Is this a change I was going to like, or is someone confused? Anyone who SHARES the current admit rules with me would have my thanks.