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Which airline should I allocate points

Which airline should I allocate points

  1. Katy

    Hi gang, I’m a gold aadvantage status holder and I’ve moved to Australia and will mostly fly Qatar to Europe and the UK and back. Should I keep collecting points on aadvantage or should I collect them for Privilege Club? Alternatively, my partner has gold aadvantage as well and has flown 2 round trips on Qatar and collected Privilege club so we could tag team the 2 airlines? Thoughts and advice appreciated!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Welcome [USER=6410]@Katy[/USER] – you can continue to accrue AA miles but unless you have 4 segments on AA metal during 2020 you won’t be able to achieve any sort of status with them for next year. I’d check the Qatar and Qantas award charts to see if either of those make more sense for you than AA does. Where you plan to spend those miles may determine which is the best program to credit.

  3. Katy

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 68686, member: 184″]Welcome [USER=6410]@Katy[/USER] – you can continue to accrue AA miles but unless you have 4 segments on AA metal during 2020 you won’t be able to achieve any sort of status with them for next year. I’d check the Qatar and Qantas award charts to see if either of those make more sense for you than AA does. Where you plan to spend those miles may determine which is the best program to credit.[/QUOTE]
    Thanks very much! This helps my decision;)

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