We’re not even two full weeks into 2022 and already Delta Air Lines just proactively extended unused eCredits through December 31, 2023!
Delta Extends Existing eCredits Through 2023
“Effective Jan. 12, all existing eCredit holders will have an additional year of flexibility for rebooking and traveling,” Delta said in an announcement released Wednesday afternoon. “Customers will be able to rebook their ticket by December 31, 2023, for travel throughout 2024.”
So, really, you have a total of three years from now to full use your eCredits. (Rebook by year-end 2023; travel during 2022, 2023, or 2024)
Your eCredits might not reflect the 2023 expiration date. I logged in to the Fly Delta app. My long list of eCredits still reflects the expiration date of December 31, 2022. So what gives?
“Don’t worry if you aren’t seeing the new expiration date on your eCredit documents,” Delta said, “(it) will take us some time to update our system, but rest assured you can continue to book tickets for travel anytime in 2022 or 2023 with your existing eCredits.”
(I hope they do the same with Companion Certificates. I have a bunch of those burning a hole in my pocket. But some of those have already been extended twice.)
“Delta Vacations customers with existing vouchers or upcoming vacation travel plans will also receive a travel credit extension of one year,” the announcement added. “Customers will receive additional details in subsequent communications.”
Thank You, Delta!
Delta: well done and thank you! I know of people already canceling trips because of COVID-related issues. Delta extending eCredits through 2023 is certainly a very customer-friendly move.
(Before you ask: no, we don’t know if they’ll extend status and rollover MQM again this year. At this point, I doubt they will.)
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