Before 2023 rolls around, do something to protect your rollovers!
Remember to screenshot (or download a PDF of your totals – see this post how to) of your Delta SkyMiles mileage totals sometime this afternoon. Specifically, you want to memorialize your MQM. Why? Your year-to-date totals will reset sometime around midnight Eastern tonight — if not sooner. When rollover MQM begin posting in a few days, you’ll want to make sure that the correct number ports over to 2023.
For those who still have Delta Amex MQD Waiver glitches, I suggest taking screenshots of your Status Boost spending figures.
(My family sipping drinks while taking screenshots of our loyalty program figures is a New Year’s Eve tradition.)
And while you’re at it, you might as well do the same for the rest of your loyalty program points (i.e., hotels, other airlines, rental cars, etc.)
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Thanks for the reminder! Even though it was a bad year we all got to focus on the positives. Even if they are small ones. Don’t give up guys, better times are ahead. Happy 2021 everyone
Will Spending on Amex Delta Cards today 12/31 count to meet the MQD spending for 2022? Or today’s spending will not count?
@Sam – Back in the day it would count into the next year but in most recent years it has been the day charged. Thus plan for todays spend to count on 2022 NOT on 2023.