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241 vouchers – how to tell if ‘old’ vs ‘new’ format?

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  • buchanan101

    Now have two 241 vouchers in my BA account.

    – BA American Express Companion Voucher
    – BA American Express Premium Plus Companion Voucher

    I assume that the former is the more limited one; I think the second is the one just added, but there is no easy way to tell.

    stevenhp1987

    The later will be the new style.

    We have 2 old style 2-4-1s and they’re both named the former.

    buchanan101

    Just realised that selecting the voucher shows the expiry date in the “evoucher” line below. I had thought “evoucher” were only cash given for cancellations…

    NorthernLass

    There’s always been an “evoucher” section in the BAEC account where the companion voucher details are – used and unused.

    tiriavpo

    Just realised that selecting the voucher shows the expiry date in the “evoucher” line below. I had thought “evoucher” were only cash given for cancellations…

    BA are hopelessly ambiguous in their terminology, even when you speak to an agent.

    The best place to see your voucher info is in your BAEC homepage – the vouchers are listed with their issue and expiry date. Any issued before 1 Sep 21 are the ‘old style’ vouchers – anything issued after that is the new style.

    AJA

    The words “Premium Plus” indicate it is the new voucher that’s supposed to more availability.

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