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I am a member of KrisFlyer and Thai FF programs. Silly, I know. I should only have one however there was a reason. Anyway, I am now living in HK and fly a bit within Asia but also my return trips back home to Melbourne/Adelaide so I would usually go with Qantas (yes I am a QF FF member) or Singapore Airlines. I also would be travelling to Europe.
I want to credit my miles with one program as I don't amass huge amounts so would prefer to accumulate and then reward myself with a cool business class reward (or upgrade). I have heard that United points don't expire (as they do with KrisFlyer and Thai) as long as one earns or burns points.
Is it worth crediting all future flights with United Mileage Plus? It is unlikely I would ever fly with United so would this be a problem?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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