What happens to Qantas status credits and membership year on achieving silver status?

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With some long flights, I’m about to reach silver Qantas Frequent Flyer status (300 credits). just a few questions:

  1. Does my anniversary date reset to a new date once silver is reached?
  2. I’m doing a 90 credit flight which will take me to 330 credits for the year, does that mean 30 credits are “carried over”?
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Hi! Congrats on reaching silver. In answer to your questions:

  1. No. You keep your anniversary date of your membership year forever more, year on year.
  2. Your status credits are not reset to 0 on achieving Silver. You can keep earning more – if you hit 700 in your current membership year you’ll earn Gold, and onward from there.
  • thanks Keith, just another query. the Qantas website says you keep the status for “at least 12 months”. does that mean basically the rest of the membership year + a full 12 months for the following membership year? so in my case, to retain silver I need to get 250 credits the following membership year?

  • That’s right – you’ve earned your status for the current membership year and the next one, with the opportunity to try and retain it for following years next year. And yep, I think it’s 250 status credits to retain Silver. Good luck : )

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