If you have enough Velocity Points to fly anywhere for status

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theevilmuppet

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Hi all,

Not sure if this has been asked, but a thought came to mind.

Assuming one has enough Velocity points to fly to any area where a Velocity partner flies domestically, where would you fly to and then fly around in to maintain and/or improve your status?
 
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Are you taking about a major amount of points? I assume you would be using them for "Anyseat rewards" as reward bookings do not earn status credits

Hi all,

Not sure if this has been asked, but a thought came to mind.

Assuming one has enough Velocity points to fly to any area where a Velocity partner flies domestically, where would you fly to and then fly around in to maintain and/or improve your status?
 

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Are you taking about a major amount of points? I assume you would be using them for "Anyseat rewards" as reward bookings do not earn status credits
I read it as using the points as an award positioning flight. Then buying revenue fares for the SR.
 

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USA and fly Delta ...

That was my thinking as well.

It's too bad that for narrowbody aircraft, First Class is a better experience on Virgin America. If only their network and pricing was more in-line with Delta's...
 
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