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Same Flights--Different Airlines???

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I plan to use AA FF miles to book one ticket (Nashville to Belfast 2/13/13; returning from Paris 3/3/13).

I want to pay for my partner’s ticket on these same flights. But here’s the insane thing …
These are codeshare flights operated by AA – but also offered by British Airways. The identical flights are $160 more at American’s website! I hate spending $160 more for the same flights.

So here’s the question … if I get the FF ticket through AA, and buy the other ticket from BA – what are the potential downsides?

Thanks for your help.

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