Tier points

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  1. New to BA Executive Club and cannot find an explanation of tier points. They can't be equal to miles, but what (and where on the site) does constitute a tier point?
     
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    Here is the BA statement on tier points eligible fares

    http://www.britishairways.com/travel/ecjoinqualifying/public/en_us



    Tier Point earning fares
    You can collect Tier Points every time you fly in one of these fare classes.
    Earning full Tier Points

    Travel Class
    Fare Class
    First​
    F or A ​
    Club Europe & Club World (Business class)​
    J, C, D, R or I*​
    World Traveller Plus (Premium economy)​
    W, E or T ​
    Euro Traveller & World Traveller (Economy)​
    Y, B or H ​
    UK Domestic​
    J, C, D, I*, Y, B or H​


    Executive Club members earn 50% of the standard Tier Points when travelling on a reduced economy fare.
    Earning reduced Tier Points



    Travel Class
    Fare Class
    Euro Traveller & World Traveller (Economy)​
    K, M, L, V*, S, N, Q, O or G​
    UK Domestic​
    K, M, L, V*, S, N, Q, O or G​
     
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    Once you understand the tier point eligible fares the easiest way to find out points is to use the BA online tier point calculator for a flight. After doing this a few times you'll have it all memorised and will no longer need the tool.

    http://www.britishairways.com/travel/calculatemilesandpoints/public/en_us

    On this site and the other one we all can overcomplicate things. The BA tier points are really fairly simple and their own site gives a quite good explanation.

    Ask any other questions you might have, There is always someone who will post a good answer here.
     

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