When Delta announced limited-edition credit cards made with 25% metal from a retired Boeing 747 aircraft, I immediately ordered the new design for my Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card.
That was last Thursday, June 16. Amex told me to expect my new card around Friday, June 24.
But a special surprise greeted me in my mailbox on Tuesday!
The 747 Metal Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card
My replacement Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card partially made of a Delta 747 that flew about 68,000,000 million miles arrived way ahead of schedule.
Given all the fanfare Delta and Amex have given this card, I was sort of surprised it didn’t arrive in some sort of commemorative mailer or box. (I’m not complaining. And, frankly, this option provides less clutter.)
You can see “your Card’s journey in an augmented reality experience” on your phone or tablet by going to go.amex/747.
As for the card itself?
It looks just as advertised.
Did anyone else notice that windows aren’t printed along the lower deck passenger cabin’s entire length?
My card number stayed the same. The expiration date, four-digit code on the front, and three-digit code on the back all changed.
How does it compare to my now-former Reserve card? The new 747 metal card feels slightly lighter than the purple version its replacing.
The limited-edition Delta 747 metal Reserve cards are available until August 3 or while supplies last, whichever comes first.
Did you receive your new Delta 747 Amex card yet? What do you think?
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