(Pre-pandemic, Delta gave Million Milers a choice of gifts they could select. During the raging days of the pandemic, the airline mailed gift cards and maybe another item.)
But now that gift choices are back, some Million MIlers are a bit perturbed they didn’t get to choose anything. (Like a $1,250 Delta eGift Card.) They received whatever Delta sent them. (Yes, yes, #FirstWorldProblems, we know.)
However, those folks might be in luck.
Reader Elle commented, “Seems like if you hit your Million [Mile] mark earlier in 2022, they are still offering you the gift selection (wine, backpack, plaque of Delta logos) in addition to the $250 GC and bag tags that were already sent.”
Soon after, reader Sally pointed out noted, “I received the gift card AND just selected a gift. Go through your app, look at Million Miler benefits and a link to choose your gift should be there.”
So, I contacted a friend who reached Three Million Miler status earlier in 2022. She received a $500 Delta gift card and some kind of cube. I asked her to visit DeltaMillionMiler.com to see if she could select another gift.
Lo and behold, she could!
Soon before this post went live, reader Johnny also reported success.
The Two Million Miler choices are way better, if you ask me. (Like, thanks for earning 3,000,000 MQM with us, sucker who flew during the pandemic! Here’s a plaque or backpack.) At least the Two Million Milers get two bottles of wine as opposed to the single bottle the Three Million Milers are thrown.
Moral of the story: if you crossed a Million Mile threshold earlier this year and didn’t get to select a gift, visit DeltaMillionMiler.com. You might be able to choose something.
This seems to be a your-mileage-may-vary thing based on when you crossed a Million Mile threshold, Medallion status (if applicable), and what you received earlier in the year (if anything).
Let us know what happens — and your thoughts on the situation as a whole.
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