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Chicago to San Francisco $239 & 5324MQMs at 4.5CPM weekend Delta Mileage Run

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Sorry it has been a while but I wanted to make sure we would be safe on MQM rollovers and since 1MARCH has passed we are good to go.

This one is a nice weekend run. You can pay a bit more to have a day in SFO or a bit less and get max MQMs as I will show. Either way you should be able to have some nice time at the Centurion SFO 🙂 There are April and other weekend dates if you look around btw.

Here is the lowest I found:

Cost $239

5,324 MQMs at 4.5CPM

Bookable on Delta.com

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Gold Delta SkyMiles®
Credit Card from American Express®
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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.

4 Comments

  1. Hey, how would this work out for me if I did “pay with miles” and credit to Alaska? Still worth it? Would I need to credit to delta to earn? Would the elite qualifying miles stay the same? For redeemable miles would it just be a certain percent of the miles flown depending on fare class? Sorry for the noon questions. I am new to PWM and mileage runs. I know PWM changed at the new year, but I never heard whether it was working like it was supposed to.

  2. Hey, how would this work out for me if I did “pay with miles” and credit to Alaska? Still worth it? Would I need to credit to delta to earn? Would the elite qualifying miles stay the same? For redeemable miles would it just be a certain percent of the miles flown depending on fare class? Sorry for the noon questions. I am new to PWM and mileage runs. I know PWM changed at the new year, but I never heard whether it was working like it was supposed to.

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