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Posted By Gandhi90s

Are you going to change your profile, or not...

Are you going to change your profile, or not tempt fate? :D

Seriously, congratulations on your apparent good luck!
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Posted By Gandhi90s

I would definitely pay the cash. 50K miles or...

I would definitely pay the cash. 50K miles or less can get you a transcon RT in F, or an offpeak RT to Europe, Asia or deep South America in Y.
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Posted By Gandhi90s

There is a vast range of opinion on the value of...

There is a vast range of opinion on the value of a mile, but for 1.1 cents I would jump on it (assuming these are AA miles and not DL or US).

[Edited to add:] I'm assuming you're getting the...
Jan 18, 09, 5:25 pm
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Posted By Gandhi90s

Yep. Pre-2003 information, I believe.

Yep. Pre-2003 information, I believe.
Jan 18, 09, 1:33 pm
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Posted By Gandhi90s

Here you go.

Here you go.
Jan 18, 09, 7:57 am
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Posted By Gandhi90s

I agree. I will say that they are not nearly as...

I agree. I will say that they are not nearly as useful as AA's eVIPs for 3 major reasons:

You can only use them on expensive fares, so they are useful only if you are (a) not price-sensitive or...
Jan 17, 09, 11:11 pm
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Posted By Gandhi90s

I seriously doubt it.

I seriously doubt it.
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Posted By Gandhi90s

So if the FA stops a Y pax from walking up and...

So if the FA stops a Y pax from walking up and taking an empty F seat, which side of the line does that fall on? Prohibition of such an activity is clearly not safety-oriented.

Of course one is...
Jan 17, 09, 7:51 pm
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Posted By Gandhi90s

If you are going to fly 100K miles annually, AA...

If you are going to fly 100K miles annually, AA wins hands down in terms of FF benefits, all other things (most importantly, schedules and routes) being equal. If you fly around 75K, the decision is...
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Posted By Gandhi90s

"This cookie is the property of American...

"This cookie is the property of American Airlines, is not transferable, and is being licensed to you for one-time personal use only. The license is null and void if the cookie is removed from the...
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Posted By Gandhi90s

This is one of AA's sillier requirements. For...

This is one of AA's sillier requirements. For example, when I have been gifted eVIPs, agents have often insisted that the eVIP owner has to pay any taxes and fees with his/her own CC. I have usually...
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Posted By Gandhi90s

You rarely, if ever, need to show your card...

You rarely, if ever, need to show your card (except perhaps at BA lounges).
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Posted By Gandhi90s

This really is a fascinating story. Please keep...

This really is a fascinating story. Please keep us updated! (I actually mean it this time.)

BTW, the PLT window opens at 72 hours and the EXP window at 100 hours.
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Posted By Gandhi90s

I couldn't agree more. I especially liked...

I couldn't agree more.

I especially liked the part about the kids and the grandparents sitting in the back, while the parents sit in F. :)
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Posted By Gandhi90s

No comment. However, you are doing the smart and...

No comment. However, you are doing the smart and conservative thing by not relying on AA's ancient legacy computer systems. Remember, this is the airline that takes 4 days to post flight mileage. :)
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Posted By Gandhi90s

I believe so, based on my limited experience with...

I believe so, based on my limited experience with eVIPs that have been gifted to me.
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Posted By Gandhi90s

Picky, picky ... :)

Picky, picky ... :)
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Posted By Gandhi90s

Take the complimentary shuttle bus. You will need...

Take the complimentary shuttle bus. You will need your inbound and outbound boarding passes.
Jan 17, 09, 7:46 am
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Posted By Gandhi90s

This is a fairly unbelievable story. Quite likely...

This is a fairly unbelievable story. Quite likely the reporter confused "appropriately" (as nonrevs are required to dress) with "provocatively." Could be those Upper St. Clair accents ... :)
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Posted By Gandhi90s

And not for the first MM anyway, unless you live...

And not for the first MM anyway, unless you live in a foreign country.
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Posted By Gandhi90s

I don't think you can upgrade on the Concorde. :D

I don't think you can upgrade on the Concorde. :D
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Posted By Gandhi90s

No and no. :) There is often a delay between...

No and no. :)

There is often a delay between C availability and C allocation.

EF polls periodically, not continuously.
Jan 16, 09, 10:26 pm
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Posted By Gandhi90s

Why? The EP benefits, while nice, are hardly a...

Why? The EP benefits, while nice, are hardly a huge jump up from PM benefits.
Jan 16, 09, 10:24 pm
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Posted By Gandhi90s

Since you asked, my guess is that they will be...

Since you asked, my guess is that they will be generous and understanding. Or maybe not.
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