A couple of Delta Amex Offers are floating around out there — but they appear highly (and oddly) targeted.
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Delta Amex Offers
I was targeted for this Delta Amex Offer: earn a one-time $75 statement credit by using my enrolled eligible card to spend a minimum of $250 on one or more purchases directly with Delta Air Lines by October 6, 2023. Eligible flights must originate in the U.S. (including U.S. territories) and purchases must be made in U.S. dollars. (Terms apply and manual enrollment is required.)
Doctor of Credit reports a separate offer: earn a one-time $150 statement credit after spending a minimum of $500 on one or more purchases directly with Delta Air Lines by October 6, 2023. Eligible flights must originate in the U.S. (including U.S. territories) and purchases must be made in U.S. dollars. (Terms apply and manual enrollment is required.)
The Small Print
There are a bunch of terms and conditions you’ll want to be aware of.
Purchases made directly with Delta Air Lines via:
- delta.com’s U.S. site
- Fly Delta’s U.S. app
- Delta’s U.S. reservation telephone line
Eligible purchases include:
- fare upgrades
- seat selection fees
- baggage fees
- standby fees
- Delta Sky Club® memberships
The offer’s Ts and Cs say the following purchases are expressly excluded:
- purchases in-person at the airport where Delta is not the merchant of record, lounges, and sales offices,
- all purchases onboard flights including food, beverage, and WiFi
- stand-alone hotel bookings and car rentals through delta.com
- purchases through third parties or affiliated agents
- Delta Vacations®
- Delta Dive
- Delta Cargo
- On-Demand Charter services
- Delta Flight Museum
- SkyMiles® Marketplace purchases
- SkyMiles Experiences™
- SkyMiles Cruises
- Delta Meeting Network
- travel insurance/trip protection
- gift card purchases
- charitable donations
The offer’s availability seems a little wonky.
I hold several Delta Amex cards:
- One card_name
- One Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card, as an authorized user on my wife’s card_name
- Two card_name cards (downgrades I made during the COVID-19 pandemic)
The only card receiving the offer was the Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card. Again, that’s my authorized user card for my wife’s Delta Reserve Amex. She — the primary cardholder — wasn’t targeted.
Two Delta Amex Offers are available right now, but their targeting seems very limited. Check your cards — were you targeted? If so, on which cards?
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