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  1. Rohit Deshpande

    so I know AA, DL, UA, and AS’s dining programs are all managed by rewards network. And also that you can only register one card for each FF program. Like if I register a card for alaska’s dining program, then I can’t use the same card for Delta’s program and earn miles on both programs. But can I put the same card in multiple FF accounts for the same airline. Like can I use my sapphire card for my Alaska dining account and my sister’s Alaska dining account as well? Every article online by TPG and all others address how you can’t use the same card across The different airline’s dining programs. But none answer whether I can earn miles on 2 different accounts for the same airline with any card. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    I’ve not tried that but I suspect any one credit card can only be attached to one frequent flyer program.

  3. rickyw

    Haven’t tried either, but I doubt it would work. RewardsNetwork has some pretty good technology to detect when you try to register the same card in two accounts (the notification is almost instantaneous that one becomes unregistered), so I’d imagine they have tools to combat your situation as well.

    But feel free to try and report back!

  4. Rohit Deshpande

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 30861, member: 1436″]Haven’t tried either, but I doubt it would work. RewardsNetwork has some pretty good technology to detect when you try to register the same card in two accounts (the notification is almost instantaneous that one becomes unregistered), so I’d imagine they have tools to combat your situation as well.

    But feel free to try and report back![/QUOTE]
    Will do! I’ll definitely try and report back. Thanks ricky and mid south skier for the input

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