It is so funny on a day we learn that Delta has downgraded award space for medallions and AMEX card holders they have now come up with a FLASH sale for trips to Florida.
I even checked to see if I could fly down and visit my Dad in Florida and, shockingly, found one flight from SBN, or South Bend Indiana. Now I would have to do a triple connect but still I found space!
Here are all the nitty gritty details you need to know:
Eligibility | Sale is limited to basic Card Members who have a Gold, Platinum or Reserve Delta SkyMiles Credit Card from American Express or have earned Diamond, Platinum, Gold or Silver Medallion status. Card Membership or Medallion status must be active at the time of booking and member must be logged into delta.com to receive promotional pricing. Valid only for Awards redeemed directly from eligible customer’s account.
Tickets | Award Tickets must be issued no later than January 23, 2015.
Travel Period | Travel may begin on or after February 12, 2015 and all travel must be completed by May 20, 2015.
Advance Purchase | Tickets require a 21-day advance purchase.
Blackout Dates | Promotional redemption amounts are not available to any eligible markets on the following dates: March 19 through April 12, 2015.
Redemption Amount Validity | Redemption amounts are valid for travel in Economy Class (Coach) cabin on Delta/Delta Connection carrier flights only.
Minimum Stay | None.
Maximum Stay | Travel must be completed by May 20, 2015 for this promotion.
So there you are. Want to go to Florida for a 5,000 Delta point savings round trip, then take a look at this one if you are a medallion or a Delta AMEX card holder! – René
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