Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by Gino, Dec 3, 2019.
Being that my Dad was a career Delta pilot my totally unbiased opinion would be.....
https://thepointsguy.com/guide/status-match-maximize-las-vegas-trip/ Basically you can simply match CR to MLife, MLife to Hyatt, Hyatt to AA, most should at least get Gold AA status and requirements to keep the status for the next year are reduced.
I’ve been booking one ways recently for my travel. Got tickets for my February trip the other day. Going RT on any of my faves didn’t give me times I liked. Going OW with different airlines coming and going got me the sweet spot of good departure/arrival times and price.
I fly the budget lines to Vegas because it’s such a short flight. To the east coast I like Alaska and Jet Blue.
United has never been great.
Omg Delta is so superior to American, especially in first class with the service. I almost always pay more for Delta because those are my only two choices. The only time I take American is when it's close to half price of Delta. If Delta is cheaper it should be a no brainers, at least in my experience which is also flying from Florida but not Tampa. I have to go through Atlanta on Delta, and charlotte or DFW on American. American has cancelled the flights I booked 100% of the time and put me on something with longer layovers, more airtime, and less convenient departure and arrival. Delta has never changed my flights by more than 5 minutes in either direction.
I can't believe you're seriously asking this.... Delta is the most premium mainstream airline available for North American travel. Bar none!
Avoid the Delta Amex. Not worth it -- you're better off with a Plat Amex and using the travel credit that way. Not only that, but the Plat Amex gives you lounge access and more benefits than the highest tier Delta Amex
Yeah...Delta it is...No more Jorge stories though......(I hope)
Separate names with a comma.