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    An expression question. (from aa )

    When I go to AA.com they always show me 'Program-to-date-miles'
    This expression is shown when you see your account of mileage and reward page.
    What does this mean?
    It's even hard to chatch what it wants to say.

    Ex) 'Program-to-date-miles' : 120,000 miles.
    Does this mean these miles are total miles that you have flown?
    But it doens't seem so.

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    Re: An expression question. (from aa )

    It means the number of miles you have earned since joining the program. Airlines often award miles based on spending as well as miles flown.
    I am not a teacher.

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