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For a flight on AA I have 2 options.

1. $397 RT. I have $300 in vouchers so costs me $97 out of pocket.

2. 25k aadvantage miles RT. I have plenty.

Vote below using the like on the options.

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1. Pay $97 plus $300 vouchers

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3. OP is fishing for likes

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Then leave the question open ended for discussion instead of asking people to vote. D1 is already asking relevant follow up questions that you wouldn't get through just voting

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2. 25k miles

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Option 3 - Pay full fare on any other airline so you avoid flying AA.

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Unless you need the $ spend to achieve status, I would use the miles. They devalue over time, so I try to use them instead of hoarding them

Does the voucher expire soon? How are you on qualifying/requalifying for status? 1.57 cpp is good value for American miles so I would do the miles unless there’s a reason to do the revenue fare

Thanks D1. I have no reason for a paid fare. vouchers don't expire till January but I hardly ever have to pay my own fare.

If you know you can/will use the voucher before January on another trip, use miles. If you’re not sure/know you won’t, use the voucher.

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Look up the points guy, he'll tell you never to use miles on a non international flight

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