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Delta 55,000 mile + 20,000 MQM bonus offer (business card)

by on Wed June 19, 2013 • No Comment

Platinum Delta SkyMiles American ExpressThis information was accurate as of June 19, 2013 and may have changed since.

This is one of the most lucrative deals we have seen for Delta SkyMiles® via a credit card bonus offer.

With the Delta Platinum SkyMiles® American Express Business Credit Card you can now earn 55,000 Delta SkyMiles® plus 20,000 Medallion Qualifying Miles when you spend $5,000 within 3 months of the account opening.


  • Earn 25,000 bonus miles (5,000 of which count as MQMs) after your first purchase on the Card within the first year of Cardmembership.
  • Earn an additional 30,000 miles (15,000 of which count as MQMs) after you make $5,000 of eligible purchase on the Card within the first 3 months of Cardmembership.

You *are* eligible for the bonus even if you already have a Personal version of the Delta SkyMiles credit cards. But if you already have a Business version of the Delta SkyMiles credit cards you are not eligible for the bonus.

Remember, Delta SkyMiles roll over each year so these can help you qualify for this year or a later year.

The first bonus will appear 2-4 weeks after your spending threshold. We called the Amex application line and verified this offer is available to anyone who calls in to apply.

Thanks to blog DeltaPoints for pointing this out.


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