SeatSpy helps solve the problem of finding airline reward seats. Its goal is to allow people that have collected air miles and airline reward loyalty points to easily see which seats are available as Reward Seats.
To use the site, you select the airline and the route that you want to search for reward seat availability. We then show you all of the reward seat availability, for every cabin class, for a whole year. No more re-entering search details, creating a new search with a different cabin class or with new dates when you might be able to travel.
SeatSpy currently keeps track of reward seat availability for the following airlines:
Yes, this is the primary goal of the site. Instead of having to keep coming back to our site, or the airlines site, to check if any new reward seats have become available, we will send you a message when we detect that there are more reward seats available for the routes you are interested in.
We'll let you know by sending you a text message and an email whenever we've detected new availability.
Once you know that the reward seats you are interested in are available, you can get in touch with the airline by phone or on their website to book or upgrade to the reward seats.
When SeatSpy shows results for flight route searches, it shows results for direct flights for the airline searched for.
You can contact us using the Support tab that appears on the left hand side of every page on the SeatSpy site. This registers a contact ticket on our system to help us keep track of all enquiries.
If you search our site for reward seat availability and the seats you want are not available, it is possible that the airline will release more award seats between now and the time you want to fly. You would normally have to keep coming back to SeatSpy or to the airlines website to check if they have released more reward seats on the flights you want.
Instead, you can now set an alert for the route that you are interested in on SeatSpy and when we detect that new seats have become available, we'll send you a message.
You set the options for the flight you are interested by telling us
For example, this means that you can set an alert to let you know if any new reward seats become available for a BA return flight from London to New York, for 2 people, travelling between 2nd February and the 9th February 2020 in either Business or First Class.
Once you've set this alert, we'll constantly monitor that route and if we detect that any new reward seats become available, we'll send you a message to let you know. You can then book or upgrade to the seats by calling the airline or booking on the airline's website.
Return alerts are very broad and will send you notifications of any new seat availability in both directions for any date in the range you have set
One way alerts are much more specific allowing you to set more specific time ranges, but you need to set up an alert for each flight you want notifications for.
If we take an example search:
You can either create one return alert or two one-way alerts.
The return alert will notify you of any new availability in both directions between the dates that you have selected. For example, if a seat becomes available on the outbound leg on Dec 21st, you will receive a notification. Similarly, if a seat became available on the return leg on Jan 1st you would receive a notification.
one-way alerts can be much more specific. If you are only interested on availability for the exact days or for a very tight range of dates, you would be better off setting up two one-way alerts. If you set up one-way alerts for
Then you will only receive alerts if seats become available on these specific dates. If you were a little more flexible, you might set these one-way alerts up for Dec 20 - 21 and for Jan 2 - 3. This way you would be notified of new seat availability for this tight range of dates, but you wouldn't get alerts if seats become available in the 25th December like you would for the return alert.
So, a return alert is very broad and you will be notified of ANY new availability between the two dates. Even if availability appears on the return leg the day after you have stated you want to fly out. This works best if you can very flexible about travel dates.
A one-way alert is very specific and works best when you can are less flexible about dates. You can set the exact date or a very small range of dates that you want notifications for.
As soon as you login to SeatSpy, there is a link at the top of the screen named My Alerts. Click on this link to see a list of all of the alerts that you have set up. There is an option beside each alert to delete it. Deleting the alert will stop our tracking of this route for you and will stop any more messages being sent for this alert.
There is also a direct link in the emails that tell you about new seat availability. If you no longer want to receive alert messages for this alert, click on the email link and it will immediately delete the alert and prevent any more messages being generated for it.
Alerts are automatically deleted when the End Date of the alerts Date Range is passed. For example, if you were looking for availability between 2nd and 9th February, then, on 10th February, our system will delete your alert for you as there is no longer any possibility of finding new reward seat availability for this alert.
We offer three levels of subscription, with varying features available in each.
The Economy tier is free.
During the beta period, the Premium and First Class membership tiers cost £1.99 and £2.99 per month respectively, and this rate is locked in for the life of your subscription until you choose to cancel. Users subscribing after the beta period will pay the regular rates of £2.99 per month for Premium, and £7.99 for First Class.
The features of the tiers can be seen in the chart below
You can cancel at any time by logging in, going to My Account, and choosing the Subscriptions option. You will see the details of your current subscription and be able to choose the option to cancel.
If you cancel part way through a billing period, you will continue to have access to the features of your subscription tier for the remainder of the period, but will not be charged again when it ends. You will not receive a refund for the remaining part of the billing period.
You can change the payment card that you use to pay for your subscription from the Account -> Subscriptions page at https://www.seatspy.com/user_subscriptions.
You can navigate to this page by logging in to your account on the SeatSpy site and clicking on the Account option in the menu at the top of every page. This takes you to your Account page from which you can review your subscriptions by following the Subscriptions link in the menu on the left of the page.
This subscriptions page will list all detail about your current subscription, including the card you are using to pay, with an option to "Update Payment Card Details". Clicking this link will let you update your card details or change to a different card.
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