It all seemed like such a good idea at the time. What did? Oh booking 40,000+ miles of flying Delta in September. I kid mostly and it did work out just peachy! But September was more than JUST fly so let’s take a peek at what else this happened month?:
➥ Preparing for the #DestructionOfSkymiles #DOS!
➥ Delta NEWS day
➥ Rookie Wednesday: What if? Do you know the Delta rules?
➥ Boyne = great golf but #Fail on award program changes!
➥ Before you go venting on social media, try to fix it yourself please!
➥ What are the DUMBEST things you can do to get free Delta travel?
➥ Why are so many Delta “partnerships” so strange and strained nowadays?
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: The planning of the run
➥ Rookie Wednesday: What is the “perfect” travel “stuff”? Here is mine
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: Positioning to LAX the start city
➥ My first test with Delta Studio – “A swing and a miss”!
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: A review of the SPG Sheraton LAX
➥ My choice of two premium AMEX cards & one for Skymiles 2015
➥ A 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: Skyteam Lounge hopping.
➥ Rookie Wednesday: Medallions, how to avoid Delta’s SHENA!
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: The run to Sweden & embracing Delta coach
➥ The Palazzo IHG Las Vegas Nevada – Delta Points review #BAcon2014
➥ Reader guest post: Ever been upgraded & then downgraded by Delta?
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: The KLM coach experience & run from Sweden
➥ Interesting developments with Skymiles award ticket sale
➥ 99 Days till #DOS – Why #Skymiles2015 will be horrid for EVERYONE!
➥ Rookie Wednesday: Be “quick” to get the best Delta seats that are blocked!
➥ Dear Delta – Can you please look at my Delta wish list? 🙂
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: Boardroom vs Skyclub LAX
➥ Reader guest post – Virgin Atlantic Flight from London to Chicago
➥ An 18,000+ point Delta Mileage Run: Final thoughts & costs
I am so excited to see so many old and new faces at the Chicago Seminars coming up in a few weeks! It is always a great time and event year after year. Also, we all know time gets away from us so be sure to take a look at January, February, March, April, May, June, July & August’s newsletters to catch up if there are posts you have missed out on! – René
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