Back in December I blogged about the great news that the non-Delta AMEX Business Platinum Card (Learn more) would be adding the perk of 10 GoGo uses for card holders. It took a while for THIS NOW LIVE LINK to get posted but now you can register.
There was some speculation if they would be ONE DAY i.e. 24 hour passes that is worth up to $16 or if it would just be the one flight pass that varies from $9.95~$14.95. It is frustrating to me that they did not simply make it the slightly more expensive better choice. The T&C says:
The big thing that you may want to work around is “flight segment” restriction. That is, if you have other pre-purchased day passes or such they would be pulled rather than the free ones. So take a look at the next screen shot.
You can either have them load to your existing GoGo account, OR, you can make a new GoGo account for only these. Think about this before you load please.
I choose to just load to my existing account as I either hold a monthly pass or I don’t. Plus I fly Delta (for now) only. The other nice thing while were are on this is that you can use it on any airline that is a GoGo airline (i.e. not just Delta).
I simply entered in my AMEX credit card number and was told the load was successful.
When I then went to my GoGoAir.com account and looked it did instantly showed my one time use passes have loaded in. Sweet.
Now this $100~150 per calendar year perk should not be the ONLY reason to get the non-Delta AMEX Business Platinum Card (Learn more). To me, one of the biggest perks is AMEX Centurion lounge access and the $200 in credits for airline incidentals. But this is one more perk that helps lower the blow of the $450 annual fee (UPDATED: now $595) even more making this card one I will HOLD for as long as I fly! – René
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