Dreadful Reduction In SAS Go Class EuroBonus Points Earnings

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After one entire summer of “soul-searching”, “self-observation” and realizing things, I’ve made it back one peice to continue this journey of finding creative ways and lucrative deals to attain airline and hotel status.

SAS Cut EuroBonus Points Earning In Go Class


It’s been a short while since the announcement came out that from 1st December this year(2018), EuroBonus points earned on SAS go class will be cut drastically; and that most certainly includes my precious SAS go youth ticketing.

You may access the details of the change on SAS’s website here.

SAS Points Earning Adjustment For Flights Within Europe

SAS Points Earning Reduction For Flights To/From US&ASIA


It’s hard to say which factors has led to such ‘sudden'(?) changes, or should I say that everyone has see it coming for a long time? 

I just didn’t thought that it would came so quick, so, as a result of that:

Here’s one of my past golden status-attaining strategy you can now wave goodbye to:

Use SAS Youth Tickets To Attain Star Alliance Lifetime Gold Status

SAS Economy Go Class Cabin Overview

There are even rumors on certain frequent flyers community (Flyertalk) suggesting that my aforementioned blogpost has lead to SAS executives’ decision of closing such “loopholes”.

I doubt I will ever be ever that influencial to start with. What I can see from such action is that SAS is trying to follow the steps of other Star Alliance airlines like Lufthansa and United. Just as how the baggage policy went with the SAS go light tickets.

As for SAS youth ticket, what used to give you generous amount of EuroBonus points earnings, now is still being offered at equally competitive prices, just with insluting amount of points. Ranging from 100/200/250/300.

This would kill all the possibilities of accumalting points and flying for cheap at the same time for all the Scandinavian youth. Not to mention how cruel it is for some customers who will end up paying up to 500 Pounds return only to receive 600 in EuroBonus points earning.

I will definitly update more reflections upon this matter and most usefully how to came up with new strategies ensure status with SAS next year.

As always, stay tuned.

Albert K. Field

Albert K. Field Albert is my name, and travel the world is my game. I began my passion for travel at a very young age, I started this website as a strong means to further explore the world of frequent flyers programs (FFP). The relationship between customers and service providers in the aviation and hospitality industry always seems to be in opposition, however, since the introduction of United Airlines’ Frequent Flyers Programm since 1972*. This has significantly eased the middle spectrum between 2 parties. While the aim of airlines is still to generate more revenue; but for us,as consumers, are also given the opportunity to participate in the bargaining and exploiting from service providers. Living in a world of globalization where big data becomes vital for simulating successful economical activities, most of us will have to travel to other locations whether willingly or unwillingly, while you hearing all this fascinating stories about others, In fact, you too, can blend into the trend. It may not sound like how media illustrates, but indeed there are possibilities for us to have more spontaneous travel without getting held back by financial situation. My website consists of reviews of airline premium cabin products,airport lounges and stay reports of 5-star hotels and their executive lounges across the globe. In addition to all of that, I care the most about their frequent flyers program and loyalty program, which also includes banking partners. Plus, I spontaneously put up reviews and news update regarding premium water brands and restaurants. The purpose of this website is to share all of this information with my audience as well as inviting you to be part of my journey.

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