Or, consider other cards for 50,000 or more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
$750 for air / hotel / car bookings. Or transfer points to United, Southwest, Hyatt, and more.
No annual fee.
American Express sometimes releases good deals in quiet places. If you check your snail mail you’ll often see deals for 75,000, 100,000 or more miles, and you can check if you’re eligible for those deals at DeltaAmexCard.com by entering your SkyMiles number. Those offers are pretty tightly targeted to an individual.
But one of our visitors noted email offers that many of you might be able to get in on.
These are some of the most generous offers we’ve seen for each card with such a low spending requirement. They’re also much better than the default 30,000 mile offer for the Gold Delta SkyMiles card.
And you can get the offers even if you haven’t found the email (spam folders can be troublesome), but you will have to call to verify and apply.
50,000 miles opens plenty of options with Delta.
They are useful for getting to Europe on Virgin Atlantic, there’s plenty of availability of domestic tickets for about 32,500 miles, and you can save them for next year when the new SkyMiles program will let you book one-way tickets, or use these to top off your miles to get that last minute summer ticket since $1,000 in spending to get the bonus is easy to hit really quickly. They can even get a card to you in 2 business days at no additional charge.
And if you’re looking for Medallion status this year 15,000 qualifying miles can go a long way.
Amex introduced some new rules about eligibility for bonus offers, and here’s our experience:
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