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Each calendar year members first need to spend 5,000 euro (or the equivalent currency) before credits are added to their account. The calculation is made on the tickets included in the bluebiz account overview within the calendar year (so not on the issue date or flight date on a ticket).
As soon as this level has been reached, all eligible tickets within the calendar year will receive blue credits. And promotions will also be applied.
Each calendar year members first need to spend 5,000 euro (or the equivalent currency) before credits are added to their account. The calculation is made on the tickets included in the bluebiz account overview within the calendar year (so not on the issue date or flight date on a ticket). As soon as this level has been reached, all eligible tickets within the calendar year will receive blue credits. And promotions will also be applied.
The bluebiz entry level is based upon your companies turnover in the calendar year. The calculation will be based on all tickets that appear in your statement within a calendar year, regardless of their issue date or flight date. Turnover is calculated based on the ticket fare and carrier surcharge indicated on the ticket, with the carrier surcharge listed as the YR charge. However, the YR-F charge is excluded from the bluebiz earning scheme. The same turnover is used to calculate your blue credits. Any tickets that are not eligible for the bluebiz programme will not be considered for turnover.
All tickets in your account will be displayed with 0 blue credits until the threshold is reached.
The entry level for the bluebiz programme varies depending on your location, as it's based on the local currency. Check out the overview here to find out what your entry level is.
To calculate the number of blue credits that your company earns per ticket, you can use the following formula:
The ticket fare and carrier surcharge are indicated on your ticket, with the carrier surcharge listed as the YR charge. One blue credit is equivalent to 1 US$. It's important to note that the YR-F charge is not included in the bluebiz earning scheme.
To view your balance and transaction history, simply log in to your bluebiz overview. Click on this link and enter your email address or Flying Blue number. You'll then receive a message with a one-time PIN code to verify your identity. Use this code within 15 minutes to access your account and view your membership information, blue credits and transaction history.