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British Air Miles - Household Account Question

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We have a shared household account with my parents for the British Airways Executive Club. We all have had our separate credit cards and have earned miles but my dad also used his for business, got reimbursed, etc. so we have tons of miles in our account that we can all share.

Question: my dad passed away a couple of months ago and since my mom is also very elderly (won't be traveling) what happens to their miles when she passes? I figure Mr. 007 and I keep the miles we've accumulated but will my parents' miles go away when no one is charging on their charge cards? Can we still have access to those miles? Can other family members use their miles? Does one inherit miles?

Any information, even anecdotal, would be greatly appreciated!

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