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United ticketed flight to HNL, layover, Hawaiian flight LIH, 1st class benefits?

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LAX to ATH on Delta, “Upgrade Certificate not available for this flight”???

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Just 1 Non-Stop a Day JFK/DFW?

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What would you do?

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USVI to US

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Experiences from South Pacific in January

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First QR flight into KSA airspace in more than 3 years!!

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Transfer on 2 separate tickets

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Combining tickets

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Access AA Flagship Lounge

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Maldivas

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  1. Ferran

    I been having a hard time find the best way to redeem my miles and points, i have

    260amex points
    800 Marriott points
    70k chase
    delta 150k

    It would be our 10th year anniversary so want to go all out, any ideas how to book,

  2. rickyw

    Where are you departing from?

  3. Ferran

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 65579, member: 1436″]Where are you departing from?[/QUOTE]

    LAX

  4. rickyw

    800k Marriott is a healthy balance. Transferring to AA could be a good option to fly Qatar or Cathay or Etihad one way – that would cost 70,000 points per person. Could also transfer to Alaska if Emirates intrigues you.

    Your AMEX points could transfer to Aeroplan if you find space on any Star Alliance partner.

    I think realistically you have enough to across your balances to cover your flights completely, and majority of hotels – or flights one way and hotels completely.

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