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Using Miles to NYC - Now Trying to Decide Which Airport?

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I'm about to book flights for our trip from DFW to NYC next summer using AA miles. At this point we can fly into any of the 3 airports and will be staying at the Embassy Suites in Lower Manhattan.

We (3 adults, 1 child) will be arriving on a Friday around noon and leaving the following Saturday in the late afternoon. I realize that EWR is the closest distance wise, but am thinking of flying into LGA since it is cheaper to pre-book via Dial7.

Now I know $15 each way is not a lot of money, but hey - it is $30 that we can spend somewhere else. Does my reasoning make sense or would it be better/easier to just fly into EWR?

One last question - is it too early to request a Big Apple Greeter for next summer?

Thanks so much!

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