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Changing itinerary with AAdvantage miles

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I never before knew it was possible to change an itinerary when booked with American AAdvantage miles. And it cost me only $1.80 -- for what I have no clue, but it's fine. Eight months ago I had booked a flight DFW-ORD-LHR and return using award miles. (At the time, there were no non-stops available using award miles.) When the equipment was changed recently, I contacted AAdvantage customer service to see if I could change the return flight and inquired about the cost to do so. Not only was the cost negligible, but I changed the return flight so that it was a non-stop LHR--DFW. Since there were no seats available on a non-stop outbound segment, I kept my original booking. If I had only known sooner that this was possible, I could have changed that one too. Wow! So glad to know this!

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