You probably wouldn’t do this — but don’t try scaling the Egyptian pyramids. And you may be amazed at by the number of people Delta bumped last year.
A reader posed an interesting question regarding Delta “bumpertunities” (voluntarily denied boarding) and gift cards usually offered as compensation.
Because you, too, may wonder the same thing, I thought it would be a fun topic to discuss.
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Why the new $10,000 Delta bump vouchers are “mostly” a PR stunt & likely will never happen. But expect many more $2,000 vouchers to be handed out!
Why the United “bump” incident would never happen on a Delta Air Lines flight – EVER!
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This is one of those posts I just had to put up and add to the “Essentials Tab” on the blog. When it comes to dates with Delta Air Lines there are so many seemingly conflicting and contradicting rules. There really is logic behind them all and once you look at them it is not so hard but readers, and even me, have to stop and think about what product or what option is best for them. Let’s look at them one by one: Bump Vouchers. This one is basically a two year product. From the date you take the bump, you have one year to spend the voucher. You also have one additional year to fly the voucher, that is, you must have completed all flights by two years from the date you took the bump. Credit Vouchers. These can come from issues. They can be from a canceled…