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Lifemiles on United

Lifemiles on United

  1. Jerryflies

    I love the flexibility and strange routing using lifemiles on star alliance carriers. I fly FLL to EWR often, and can redeem 10,000 LM one way. However If I fly FLL to ATL, my only choice is to connect via EWR. This itinerary only costs 7500 LM. My question is can i book FLL to ATL for 7500 LM and simply not take the connecting flight from EWR ? Will this get me into trouble by doing this repeatedly ?

  2. David W

    Once or twice is fine, repeatedly may raise red flags, especially since youre using award miles

  3. MidSouthSkier

    And you’d need to book separate tickets each way as once you miss a leg of your flight, the rest of your itinerary is cancelled.

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