Today is the big finale of Delta’s weeklong “Dream It —> Live it” promotion. So what’s their amazing closing deal?
Now, I applaud Delta for the sales we saw this week. The Delta Vacations special that essentially made SkyMiles worth two cents each was very nice. The discounted SkyMiles fares for domestic and European travel offered some nice possibilities.
The opportunity to earn a $25 promotional e-gift when buying a $250 gift card was good. Even though the promo card expires at year’s end and can’t be used in conjunction with other Delta gift cards, most of us can easily drain that.
So one may reasonably hope Delta would offer a good sale for Delta One fares on domestic or international trips or something like that.
But the big finish is sort of a big fizzle.
The weeklong build up only to get this offer sort of felt like the grand reveal of Clark Griswold’s holiday lights in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation:
Many of the auction items — including travel packages — don’t include air transportation.
Does anyone else find that a little odd? Or ironic?
If I had tens of millions of SkyMiles, then maybe I’d consider some of the specials. But SkyMiles Experiences aren’t my bag. I prefer to make my own SkyMiles Experiences by, y’know, flying places.
Still, hats off to Delta for a week of good promotions (and everything they’re doing to help people affected by Hurricane Dorian).
What Do You Think?
Are you a fan of this final promotion? What did you think of the “Dream It —> Live it” week in general?
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