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  • scott_evo 5 posts

    Hi,

    I’ve been a long time lurker but only recently started taking my avios points seriously. Last year, I was lucky enough to gain Silver on flights between the 16th and 30th September 2022 with a 8th November Membership year end date.

    I was under the impression that my year reset on the 8th November 2022 and on the 9th November 2023 I would lose my silver status and return to bronze/blue, I’ve since read the below linked article and it appears that this isn’t the case.

    https://www.headforpoints.com/2023/02/01/timing-british-airways-executive-club-status-upgrade/

    Can anyone confirm if this is the case for me and I’d retain my silver status until next year between the September dates or do I indeed lose them this year?

    Thanks in Advance,

    Scott

    scott_evo 5 posts

    Should add that my membership card expires 31 December 2023, We plan on travelling June 2024.

    Tracey 221 posts

    You earn silver and then keep it for the following membership year, so in your case you will keep it until your year ends on 8 November 2023. From memory your card (and its digital equivalent) is valid for a few weeks longer, until 31 December 2023.

    scott_evo 5 posts

    So I don’t benefit from the runoff or is that only until my card ends/year end?

    Guernsey Globetrotter 608 posts

    From the article you link to above, you’ll retain your status “until the end of the month following your tier point anniversary (so if your tier point year ends on 8th March, your existing status will continue until 30th April)” – sounds to me that would be 31/12/23 for you…-

    Anna 458 posts

    You’ll get a year of Bronze though, which is better than nothing. You might also want to look at BA Holidays double TP offer which has been extended to the end of 2024.

    scott_evo 5 posts

    Perfect. Many thanks!

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