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Downside to different airline on return?

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Three of us are flying ORD/MCO in Jan and I am finding AA with the most convenient outbound flight and UA inbound is cheaper than AA. Roundtrip costs are $346pp for AA/AA and $290pp for AA/UA at a savings of $56pp ($168 total). Are there any downsides I'm not thinking of to flying 2 different airlines?

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