As promised, I’ve finally combined my comparative reviews of different airline elite tiers into tables, which I hope you’ll find easier to understand. (See the original posts on low-, mid-, and top-tier status. Note that revisions were made between then and now.) There is a lot of different information that goes into making these. Not all of it is on one page. In fact, the fee information in particular can be hard to find. So, bear with me if there are still a few mistakes. I will edit them ASAP if you point them out.
These tables are designed to be printed in landscape format on 8.5″ x 11″ paper, but be sure to set your margins to 0.5″ on the sides and bottom. You can leave the top margin at 1″ to do a hole punch if you enjoy collecting stuff like this for reference. The images on this page are smaller, but click here to download a full-size PDF.
I have not included every nitty gritty detail, but most of the key benefits are included. If you ever need to find them again, I’ll include a link in the Travel Resources menu up above.
Bottom Tier Airline Status
Top Tier Airline Status
These two are meant to be used together. The top and close-to-top tier programs are so similar I decided not to break them up. But that requires more space, so you’ll need two pages to put them side-by-side.