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Very quick comparison

Very quick comparison

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben!

    I will try to make this very quick as I know you have tons of emails. If I have an option to get AA platinum (50k) or delta silver (25k) before the end of 2019, which would you choose. The caveat is that I will be living in Atlanta starting in 2019. I don’t really care about having to have one connection to most places considering Atlanta isn’t an AA hub. What would you chose? One other thing, I can get AA platinum in the next 20 days via a status challenge.

    Thanks so much for your opinion!

    Thanks,
    Adam

  2. David W

    It’s going to depend on your travel patterns.

    Being in Atlanta means it’s DL Elite heavy and upgrades are going to be much harder.

  3. Anonymous

    Delta Silver is a pretty useless status, so on the surface AA Platinum might get your more benefits if you don’t mind connecting?

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