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Avianca LifeMiles devaluation 15th May

Pele

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Showing that way at the moment. For example, (in J) SYD-HND is 50,000, HND-SYD is 40,000.

Better still, HND-SYD-HND is 80,000.

Not a whole lot of reason to book SYD-HND-SYD (100,000) as a return now.
Gday

I am looking through the website now and it appears it is only leaving Australia. Lifemiles is one strange program!

Pele.
 

Cynicor

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Gday

I am looking through the website now and it appears it is only leaving Australia. Lifemiles is one strange program!

Pele.
This is so bizarre its ridiculous. Shouldnt it total 90k points if it's 50 and 40? Or is it 60 and 40?
Like you say, its a weird program!
 

MEL_Traveller

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This is so bizarre its ridiculous. Shouldnt it total 90k points if it's 50 and 40? Or is it 60 and 40?
Like you say, its a weird program!
Round-trips will price as the full fare applicable from the point of origin, so if booking from Australia better to buy two one-ways. If starting from overseas, cheaper to book the return.
 

Happy Trails

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Round-trips will price as the full fare applicable from the point of origin, so if booking from Australia better to buy two one-ways. If starting from overseas, cheaper to book the return.
That seems no longer to be the case.
BKK-SYD-BKK return in F is now pricing at 60K+75K
 

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