One Reason You Shouldn’t Merge AAdvantage Accounts

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    For better or worse (or probably both), the AAdvantage and Dividend Miles programs were integrated into one a couple of weekends ago. Prior to the integration it was possible to link your AAdvantage and Dividend Miles accounts so that your mileage totals could be combined. However, a few days before the integration of the programs they discontinued the ability to do so, given that they needed to be able to "freeze" data for a smooth transition. Then as of this week they've once again added the functionality to merge AAdvantage accounts. It's almost a no brainer to do this, given that it's advantageous to have all your AAdvantage miles in a single account, as opposed to having them spread between a couple of accounts. The post One Reason You Shouldn’t Merge AAdvantage Accounts appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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