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Delta Air Lines allows SkyMiles members to keep up to four credit (or charge) cards in their virtual wallets. This speeds up airfare purchases and, overall, makes the process pretty convenient.

Plus, certain Delta American Express credit card benefits are available only if the cards are part of your Delta wallet.

But because not all credit cards are created the same, there are different reasons you may want several options in your Delta wallet.

Here are the cards I personally use for my Delta purchases — and why.

This post has been updated to reflect welcome bonus offers available through January 29, 2020.

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s announcement that Delta and American Express are refreshing their co-branded credit cards, new limited-time offers have just been released for personal and business versions of the Gold, Platinum, and Reserve cards.

And there are plenty of SkyMiles to be enjoyed (at least, for the personal cards). The business cards, though, have easily achievable minimum spend requirements.

Rene's Points Rookie travel post.

Please note: this post has been edited to reflect changes to certain credit card names, images, and earning structures.

Discovering a great mileage run deal from your home airport or city is always fantastic.

But what if you live somewhere like Omaha, Bismarck, or Casper — and most of the good runs begin in Chicago, New York, Vegas, or somewhere in California?

Take a positioning trip to wherever your mileage run starts!

While not ideal, it may be your only choice. (Don’t forget Adam at Juicy Miles can personalize an MQM or MQD run for you!)

“But that’s more time and money!” you may fear.

Time, yes.

Money? Maybe not. Or at least, not as much as you think. Using some points and credit card benefits, it can be done.