10 Jun What to do with your Delta Skymiles?
With the Delta Gold and Delta Platinum by American Express cards at limited time highs, NOW is the perfect time for you to submit an application! Whether it is 50,000 Skymiles (Delta Gold)or 60,000 Skymiles (Delta Platinum) – take your pick and make your move to free travel!
While some of you may have already taken advantage of this great miles earning opportunity, I have a feeling that there are others out there just waiting to be convinced…
So, welcome to the “Zone of Convincing”…
Some love ‘em, some hate ‘em, but in my opinion, Delta is a quality airline with a quality miles loyalty program (Skymiles)!
Delta has a strong domestic and international route network, providing you with many options when it comes to redeeming Skymiles. Live in a Delta Hub city – like Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Salt Lake City, or Seattle? Then these cards are REALLY a no-brainer, as you will have access to large quantities of non-stop flights on which you can redeem your Skymiles.
So, without further ado, it is time to show you the fun part – what you can do with all of your new Skymiles!?
Start by searching for award flights on Delta’s own website and take advantage of their 5 week calendar view!
Need Suggestions on where to travel? AYP has got you covered!
Rep the East Coast
Cross the Pond in Style…
Up the Romance!
See another America… South, that is!
Be Weird (like my nephew)…
Travel near, travel far, but first, apply for one of these increased Delta cards by American Express to get you there for (practically) free!
With the increased bonuses of 50,000 to 60,000 Skymiles, I hereby give you permission to break the 1st Starter Guide rule and apply without a travel plan/redemption in mind! So go ahead – apply now, travel now or later, just don’t miss the boat (plane in this case?) on this opportunity!
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