An Air France-KLM Amex Offer popped up yesterday — and is certainly worth adding if you’re interested in saving money on Delta partner MQD runs.
Air France-KLM Amex Offer
The promotion offers a one-time $200 statement credit when using your card to spend at least $1,000 across one or more purchases made directly with Air France or KLM. Enrollment is required. The offer expires on June 5, 2022.
I added the offer to The Platinum Card® from American Express. Purchases made on that card directly with airlines or through American Express Travel earn 5X American Express® Membership Rewards® points on up to $500,000 in such charges per calendar year. (Terms apply.)
Take Note of the Small Print
There are a few very important criteria you must fulfill in order to receive the statement credit. Your trip must:
- be booked “through US websites www.klm.us (or) www.airfrance.us (or) via merchant US mobile app only.” In other words, online travel agencies (Priceline, Expedia, etc.), travel agencies, and over-the-phone bookings aren’t eligible.
- originate in the United States.
- be charged in US dollars.
In other words, use Air France’s or KLM’s website to book a trip starting in the United States. Make sure they charge you in USD. Simple.
Stack with TopCashback?
KLM is a TopCashback merchant. I clicked through from TopCashback to KLM — and was taken to the klm.us site. So, that should get you some extra cashback on your purchase.
Why Could This Help with Delta Partner Runs?
Every so often, Air France and KLM have decent Premium Economy mileage run deals. Remember that Delta partners award MQD and MQM a little differently than Delta itself when you credit trips to your SkyMiles account. So, there’s a chance something will good on Air France or KLM will pop up during the next couple of months. I’m not holding my breath — but it can’t hurt to add the offer to your card.
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