First up, Delta sent me an email last week with an invitation to visit their JFK T4X pop-up space:
Join us for a preview of our $1.4 billion renovation of John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4 (T4, opening May 24, 2013) at T4X, a unique experiential pop-up space highlighting the new terminal. Here, you can preview JFK T4’s new state-of-the-art features, book a reservation with Delta representatives, and enjoy $4 lunch items inspired by international destinations serviced out of JFK T4! Plus, take advantage of impromptu travel surprises and rewards. 376 West Broadway at Broome Street T4X will be open Tuesdays – Sundays, May 1-22, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., in SoHo, at 376 West Broadway at Broome Street. Check out this exclusive experience to preview JFK T4’s distinct enhancements, including: The Delta Sky Priority® check-in process, Our new flagship Delta Sky Club®, The Sky Deck™ at Delta Sky Club, a stylish outdoor terrace You also can enjoy: Lunch fare representing Delta’s international destinations for just $4. A space to work, relax or re-charge
We invite you, a loyal Medallion® member, to visit during these hours and enjoy one (1) complimentary meal. To take advantage of this offer before it expires on May 4th, just show your Medallion membership card at the cafe.
I’ll be in that area later in the week and I plan to visit and take some pictures for the blog. I’ll also be at the official opening of T4 @ JFK on May 24th with a full blog report.
Related – Peak Behind Delta’s JFK T4 Curtain
Next, I received this email yesterday from Delta with a reminder to register for up to 20K bonus SkyMiles when traveling between JFK-NRT or LAX-SYD. It’s targeted but give it a shot with your SkyMiles number. You’ll receive 5K bonus miles for each segment in BusinessElite.
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