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Question 59

Question 59

  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky,
    I’m currently booking a ticket routed OAK-SEA-SFO. I don’t have a mileage plan account and don’t fly the airlines that credit to MP. Now, I found the same exact ticket with the same price but codeshared between AA and AS. It’s the same ticket but with an AA booking ref, meaning that I would be able to credit it to AA or maybe even BA. (?)

    1- Will I be able to credit it to AA or BA if I have an AA ref?
    2- What are the cons of having a codeshare ticket other than not being able to upgrade it?

  2. Anonymous

    @ Abdel Rahim Abdallah — You can absolutely credit to American, but I don’t believe you can credit an American codeshare on Alaska to BA (someone correct me if I’m wrong). No real cons otherwise.

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