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With AA miles and UR points, where to start in booking for family of three Round the World?

With AA miles and UR points, where to start in booking for family of three Round the World?

  1. Anonymous

    Hello Lucky!

    I am planning to do a trip around the world with my family next year (we are 3). Would like to stop at London, Egypt, Tokyo and Bora Bora and returning to Florida. Currently I have 350k AA miles and 400k UR points. We don’t care about flying coach. Any idea where to start and what airline program could be best? Thank you!

  2. Anonymous

    @ Marcos — For a trip like that you’ll likely end up just booking one-ways, so for many of the sectors redeeming American AAdvantage miles might not be a bad option. I’d approach it segment by segment and just compare award charts for each region by carrier. There’s not going to be a single program which is best across the board. Good luck!

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