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What happened to LH and LX premium award space???

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Disappearing Lifemiles awards

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Large Increases in Award Costs in Delta Skymiles

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Alaska Airline Miles – British Airways First Class

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Mixed class itineraries no longer available on JAL using Alaska Miles

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Marriott In London

Marriott In London

  1. Anonymous

    So with the new release of the preview for marriott hotel category changes for some major cities, any guesses on how it will impact some hotels in London? I’d assume similar to Paris.

    Heading there in October.

    So the question comes down to. Do you proactively book say London Marriott Park Lane at 45K vs i would say an expected 50K cat 5 in the change. Since they are able to be cancelled it would seem to make sense to proactively book these and cancel if they drop in. The only props in london id say would potentially drop are the marriotts in Kensignton, marble arch, regents park and maybe maide valia to maybe 35K cat 4 from the current cat 9 45K or cat 8 40K.

    Any predictions for this?

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