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Are AA miles becoming more valuable?

Are AA miles becoming more valuable?

  1. Anonymous

    The price disparity between basic economy and regular economy is growing like crazy on many routes. For example, a round-trip ticket in B coult be $150, but in regular Y is $275! With that crazy disparity, it really increases the value of a saver mileage ticket whether it’s in Y or J. Has anyone noticed this change? I’m inclined to think I get more value than in the past few years from my AAdvantage miles.

  2. David W

    That’s only if you can find saver level tickets on AA though. I think the best value is for premium cabin award tickets on partner airlines.

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