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Question 1145

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  1. Anonymous

    My question for you Lucky.

    US Airways tend to have a better rewards / redemption option comapred to AA and as many of you know, a lot of these perks are being dropped once it is merged to AA.

    My main question is, what will and what are the best options to utilize the US airways benefit before the merger?

    I have about 240k miles. I was thinking to fly Cathay or partners to Asia (Thailand or so) in business class to the least. (From NYC) US airways offer stop over while AA does not so I wanted to utilize that option also.

    Do you have any recommendation / suggestion? Or is this too late? Best bangs for Miles(bucks)

  2. Anonymous

    @ Brendan A — The best value for US Airways miles is going to be first class to North Asia, or first or business class to Australia, in my opinion. Any award with a stopover on some good carriers is a great option, in my opinion. It’s definitely not too late.

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