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Airfare question

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My husband and I are planning a trip to the UK in June 2013. We want to fly into Glasgow, Scotland and depart from London.

My husband got the idea that if we use BookingBuddy or other travel site to book on say, British Airways (and sign up with them as a frequent flyer), could we then use the miles that accumulate on the trip over to offset the flight home, knowing full well that we'll have to book our flight home AFTER we arrive.

I told him that I wasn't sure that an airline would honor us as a frequent flyer if we booked through a travel website.

Any thoughts?

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