Delta may have finally taken things a step too far with the massive #KeepDescending mega news dump on the 14th but only time will tell. We all know the one thing Delta is known for is arrogance when it comes to how it treats it’s most loyal flyers. I mean look at this week’s posts on the blog:
Chris has a great breakdown of why you really should not – for now – dump all your Delta Amex cards in protest. See if you agree with his reasoning.
For those who are pushing for the last ever MQMs you can earn with bonus points in view we found an elite mileage run. We are working hard to find more as the year draws to an end.
Let me ask you – would you take $4,000 a year possibly tax free – in travel cash if you had to book it via a specific travel portal. Oh and you would have to park $50,000 as well. This is an interesting idea (I signed up cuz why not)!
Chris talked to a Delta insider and got lots of answers we want to know about SkyMiles 2025. I don’t like the answers but there you are.
If you are going to break up with Delta (we all really should unless mega rich) then there are a number of steps you want to take before you walk out the door. Be smart not emotional!
Oh Chris has an epic mega rant about SkyMiles 2025. I love a good rant and this one is classic. I mean “peasants poisoning their Sky Clubs“? Love it!
There are a few interesting news headlines like a man who ditched is wife at the airport because she was late (oh boy) and Vegas has been in the news for all the wrong reasons including hours long check-in lines at a resort.
Lastly there is a Reddit guy who is making “Dumped by Delta” luggage tags that are a scream. If you want one I would hurry because the army of Delta lawyers will shut him down soon for using their logo without the company OK!
Have a great weekend everyone and I hope all your upgrades clear, your refreshing beverages are just that and remember if you are looking for new travel cards we appreciate the support by using our links! – René
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