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Use Flying Blue miles or Norwegian

Use Flying Blue miles or Norwegian

  1. schlagfest

    Hello Lucky,
    I read your site every day and this is my first post.
    My wife and I are returning from Paris in mid June and currently have Delta business seats from Paris to SFO (via LAX), costing 144,000 Flying Blue miles and around $500 cash (altogether). I’m thinking it would be better to put the miles back into my account and use them for Flying Blue promotions and discounts, opting to fly Norwegian Premium from Paris to Oakland. The net cost would be around $800 per person (after deducting the refund from canceling the award flight). IS this a good way to think about it?

  2. rickyw

    I think it makes sense. Lucky reviewed Norwegian Premium, and on that daytime flight, he said it was a no brainer.

    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/norwegian-787-premium/[/URL]

    Also, you get the nonstop, which is a nice bonus.

    FYI, Norwegian just moved their London flight to SFO from Oakland. No plans yet for Paris to change, but worth keeping an eye on if you do decide to switch

    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/norwegian-san-francisco-and-miami/[/URL]

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