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  1. Anonymous

    What’s the easiest way to fly FSD to MGA on points? Looking to get a new credit card (or two in the household) and fly down on points in the Fall of 2018.

  2. Gaurav

    hi Josh-have you looked at availability?

  3. David W

    Your one-stop options are on American via Dallas or Delta via Atlanta.

    For AA miles, your only option is really their Citi co-brand cards. AA charges 15k/25k for one way economy/business for saver level awards.

    For Delta, they have co-brand cards with American Express. Additionally, Amex cards that earn premium MR points can also transfer to Delta so you have a bit more flexibility. A quick search shows Delta award pricing to be 17.5k/30k for economy/business.

    In terms of credit cards, you do have some options, which mostly lead to Delta for one-stop itineraries. Amex would be a good start since, as I mentioned before, their points do transfer to Delta. Chase would also be a good alternative. You can transfer their points to Korean Air, which can book saver level Delta awards. Citi’s AA cards are also an option but they limit you only to AA and AA’s partners.

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