Here’s yet another Delta premium economy deal for our southeast United States readers — with plenty of dates available. In fact, we see them for this weekend!
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.
Two Delta mileage runs from Atlanta in one day? I’m starting to think we should all buy lottery tickets tonight.
No, this isn’t an Onion story. It actually happened at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) this past Monday.
A cool, new function to the Fly Delta app tells you not only when your flight is boarding — but when it’s your specific zone’s turn to get on the plane!
Cincinnati area SkyMiles members needing a decent mileage run should check out this quick trip: CVG to Tokyo Haneda (HND) in Delta Premium Select!
Delta Air Lines issued weather travel waivers for more than a dozen Midwest cities it serves — including major hub Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP).
You read that correctly. I picked Southwest — the “no fee airline” — as the preferred carrier of an American Express card’s annual airline incidental credit perk.
Two weeks remain in January. This is especially important for cardholders of the personal/consumer Platinum Card from American Express, the Business Platinum Card from American Express, and personal/consumer American Express Gold Card.
Why? Because this month is when existing cardholders may change their preferred airline for their card’s (or cards’) annual airline incidental credit. (New cardmembers applying later in the year can select their airline upon receiving their card.)
Which cards get how much credit each year? Does every airline participate? What charges are eligible? Let’s tackle those questions!