kmh1956
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Skymiles BDA-BOS

Fri Jul 13, 2007 4:43 am

I've got about 43k Skymiles and thought I'd use them one way to BOS some time this summer. I have searched Delta's website....there are NO Skysaver seats at any time between now and at least April 2008, just SkyChoice aand it's 60k miles whether I book one way or round trip. (Not a Medallion member)

Am I missing a trick on the website? Is there a way to do this without jumping through hoops?

Thanks all.

Kelly
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burnsie28
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RE: Skymiles BDA-BOS

Fri Jul 13, 2007 6:20 am

Not sure how it works without being a Medallion member, but atleast unlike UA you can book one way. UA doesn't allow one way or multi city with their miles.
 
zrs70
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RE: Skymiles BDA-BOS

Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:37 pm

Quoting Burnsie28 (Reply 1):
Not sure how it works without being a Medallion member, but atleast unlike UA you can book one way. UA doesn't allow one way or multi city with their miles

Let me clarify this:

You CAN use UA miles for one way, but you have to pay the round-trip. Not a great deal.

You can certainly do multi city trips with UA miles, but not on domestic routes.
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deltairlines
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RE: Skymiles BDA-BOS

Sat Jul 14, 2007 1:14 pm

Delta you have to pay the round trip.

As for availability, using my Medallion availability (I'm a Silver), the next day with a SkySaver that I see is September 2. Doesn't look good for non-elites though - I don't see a single SkySaver seat to BDA for non-elites over the next year.

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