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Switch to JAL FF?

Switch to JAL FF?

  1. Wp01

    So for the past five years or so my OW FF has been Qantas (I know, I’m ashamed too, especially because I don’t even fly QF). For my next trip this Friday on EK, I’m thinking if I should switch to JAL FF. My QFF points expire next month, but I’ve confirmed I can buy a cheap $25 voucher to extend the expiry. JAL FF looks great, as they have OW partners + EK, but the problem is that JAL FF miles expire 3 years after they’re earned, with no renewability. What do you think? Should I switch?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Where are you based? Are you trying to accrue elite benefits?

  3. Wp01

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 32300, member: 184″]Where are you based? Are you trying to accrue elite benefits?[/QUOTE]
    Jakarta CGK. Not really. My ultimate concern is award tickets, but if I can get elite benefits too that would be great.

  4. MidSouthSkier

    If you’re not really concerned about elite benefits then I’d look into American Airlines. As long as you have activity every 18 months your miles will not expire and you can always buy a few miles if you start approaching that limit. But check their award chart to be sure it’s beneficial for places you want to travel.

    To earn elite benefits you must take 4 flight segments on AA metal each year.

  5. Wp01

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 32338, member: 184″]If you’re not really concerned about elite benefits then I’d look into American Airlines. As long as you have activity every 18 months your miles will not expire and you can always buy a few miles if you start approaching that limit. But check their award chart to be sure it’s beneficial for places you want to travel.

    To earn elite benefits you must take 4 flight segments on AA metal each year.[/QUOTE]
    Problem is AA doesn’t partner with EK.

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