Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest Email René René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles. Website 5 Comments FNT Delta Diamond 6 years ago Reply I’m curious to know if the promise of top-level upgrades conflicts with any of the terms to Diamond Medallion passengers. Doesn’t Diamond materials state we get top-level priority? This reminds me of Marriott Platinum Premier. I’m pretty sure I’m Platinum Premier, but Marriott has never sent me anything saying so. Still, a general manager and front desk supervisor at two of my five stays since January 1 have said I’m a Platinum Premier. I don’t know if it really gets me any perks, though I did get 10,000 bonus points at one Marriott for complaining over some breakfast-related issues. Greg D 6 years ago Reply Top priority upgrades for you “and your travel companion”? No “you upgrade at the level of your companion”? That’s probably the nicest benefit there. I do wonder, though, how often they’re going to need an upgrade if they’re already spending that much on Delta. kevin 6 years ago Reply What is the mysterious qualifying level for this? I hit 254k miles last year, passed all the measures for DM, already qualified this year and was way over on spend etc. Never heard of it. 6 year DM MM. Trying to dig for more info about this new secret level. rene Post Author 6 years ago Reply @Keven – You must spend MUCH more $$$$ kevin 6 years ago Reply Rene, I agree with you and also Greg above……If you spend enough to get to 360, wouldn’t you have already purchased all first and business tickets anyway?! Maybe that special concierge service from American is worth a look! Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of new posts by email.