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Re: Holly Cow Chase Southwest and question about redistribute

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That's the exact same "milk-run" I used to make all the time.

 

There is an upcoming devaluation of SW points which was released this week, taking effect in March 2014. Approximate devaluation of 14%.


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High speed rail is in the work's for that route. Now just need to get a plan for high speed rail on my SFO to SEA "milk-run".

 

Estimated completion for the SF to LA route is around 2030 and it should be a two and a half hour trip.

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Re: Holly Cow Chase Southwest and question about redistribute

Ow didn't quite expect SW points to undergo devaluation as well. SW overall is a pretty good airline to fly for short haul flights. I don't really need a cozy seat that can recline or a special entertainment system for a flight that's going to land in less than an hour.

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Re: Holly Cow Chase Southwest and question about redistribute


enharu wrote:
Ow didn't quite expect SW points to undergo devaluation as well. SW overall is a pretty good airline to fly for short haul flights. I don't really need a cozy seat that can recline or a special entertainment system for a flight that's going to land in less than an hour.


Agreed, but I would at least prefer assigned seating.

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Re: Holly Cow Chase Southwest and question about redistribute

Congrats on the approval! Southwest is my favorite followed closely by United and then Delta. IMHO, Southwest is just really really nice.




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Re: Holly Cow Chase Southwest and question about redistribute


Dustink wrote:


That's the exact same "milk-run" I used to make all the time.

 

There is an upcoming devaluation of SW points which was released this week, taking effect in March 2014. Approximate devaluation of 14%.


OT

 

High speed rail is in the work's for that route. Now just need to get a plan for high speed rail on my SFO to SEA "milk-run".

 

Estimated completion for the SF to LA route is around 2030 and it should be a two and a half hour trip.


is that the one from the Testla guy where you can make the trip in 30 min?

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Re: Holly Cow Chase Southwest and question about redistribute

Congrats OP! Very nice limit!



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