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Book same itinerary with separate FF accounts?

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May wife and I may be booking a trip from our individual United Mileage Plus accounts. Given the moving target of flight availability and seat assignment what's the best way to do this?

One option is to be sitting side by side, me on the computer and she on her iPad. We log in to our separate accounts and, ensuring we can chose the same flights, move through the booking process in parallel.

Or, just call the airline and have them do it (for a fee, I think)?

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