One mile At A Time and miles value?

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  1. cove

    cove Enthusiast

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    Today One Mile At A Time had a discussion on the value of miles (points in our language).
    Now if we pass on toasters and vouchers and concentrate on the nicest seats what have you found recently?
    We found SQ Suites and BA refurbed 747 between London and Los Angeles in First.
     

  2. Princess Fiona

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    JAL F NRT-LAX was fantastic using AA miles.
     
  3. JohnK

    JohnK Veteran Member

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    QF First SYD-HKG using AA miles.

    I don't quite understand the question. What value do I place on those miles? I am having great difficulty pressing the 'Book' button as I value the miles a lot more than the seat?
     
  4. cove

    cove Enthusiast

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    JohnK the first click for a First ride can be hard but you will never,never know if you never,never go.
    Think of it as a treat for yourself.
     
  5. cove

    cove Enthusiast

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    Now they are suggesting we each apply for a second Citi Executive card to claim a further 100,000 AA miles each for a net $250 US.
    I think I have enough cards to manage and living in California part time makes me think this offer is for full timers.
    It is of course a way to get 100,000 AA miles at a quarter of a cent per mile which is very attractive.
     
  6. Hvr

    Hvr Senior Member

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    As was CX F HKG-(YVR)-JFK.
     
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