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Pay with Miles (Delta) – Credit to Alaska

Pay with Miles (Delta) – Credit to Alaska

  1. OfficiallyBill

    Hey there,
    I’ve booked a trip for my boyfriend to join me on a business trip to Singapore on Delta using pay with miles (paying with miles was FAR less expensive than the outright award ticket – with better routing).

    Since Delta is revenue based, he will only earn 600 redeemable miles + 18,000 MQMs… What happens if we credit his flight to Alaska instead? The booking class is V, so would he actually earn 9,000 redeemable miles on Alaska?

  2. David W

    According to AS’s earning rules, he should. While he’d earn more miles on AS, would he eventually make use of the miles? I’d credit the miles to a program where you have an idea of what you’d like to redeem them for.

  3. David W

    If you DO have planned use for AS miles, that is your best bet. Air France/KLM FlyingBlue only gets 25% of flown miles on a Delta V ticket and KE Skypass earns nothing.

  4. OfficiallyBill

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 14506, member: 29″]If you DO have planned use for AS miles, that is your best bet. Air France/KLM FlyingBlue only gets 25% of flown miles on a Delta V ticket and KE Skypass earns nothing.[/QUOTE]
    Hey David – Thanks for the response – We live in an Alaska market and definitely have more use for Alaska miles than other SkyTeam members.

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