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Which Loyalty Should I Choose?

Which Loyalty Should I Choose?

  1. Jluke82

    i just recently relocated to Seattle for work and am wondering which loyalty program I should use now. I have previously been top tier Skyniles but gave that up for AA but only kept platinum with personal travel and that’s what I have now.

    I will be flying to the east coast often (IAD, JFK etc) and internationally to Southeast Asia, Japan, Ireland and so on.

    My main focus is getting the best in flight experience for myself on these trips as my company books coach only on all travel. So any upgrade

  2. David W

    Alaska and Delta immediately come to mind. AS is Seattle’s hometown airline and they have a variety of unique partners that are beneficial for your travel plans. DL is making Seattle a larger hub for itself and has a decent amount of flights, both domestic and international. I think I’d give AS the edge because of it’s unique partners.

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