Last week I posted about a double bonus miles offer I received from Delta for flights to/from LaGuardia and today I received an even juicier email offer for select JFK flights. Essentially, all JFK – London, Los Angeles, and San Francisco round-trip flights between June 1 and December 21, 2012 will earn 5,000 bonus miles after your first flight, 10,000 after your second, 15,000 after your third, and 20,000 after your fourth flight. Again, the offer was targeted with no registration link provided and a statement stating that I’ve already been pre-registered. I believe I fall into two categories that may be qualifying me for these promotions, I’m a NYC based elite flier and all of my flights this year (except for 4) have been on foreign carriers or other US based airlines, a big change from my previous year’s Delta flying history. Additionally, these are all highly competitive routes that are also flown by both American and United, with JetBlue and Virgin America also competing on the LAX / SFO routes. Again, hoping a few of my readers received the same email!
Bonus Offer: Fly on Delta- or KLM-marketed nonstop flights between New York/JFK and London/LHR, Los Angeles/LAX or San Francisco/SFO operated by Delta in paid BusinessElite (fare classes J, C, D, I and S) using one of the eligible Delta-provided unique ticket designators for travel between June 1, 2012 and December 31, 2012, and earn 5,000 bonus miles for the first roundtrip flown, 10,000 bonus miles for the second roundtrip flown, 15,000 bonus miles for the third roundtrip flown and 20,000 bonus miles for the fourth roundtrip flown. A total of 50,000 bonus miles may be earned with this promotion. Bonus miles with this promotion do not count towards Medallion or Million Miler status.
Travel Period: Travel must be between June 1, 2012 and December 31, 2012. All travel must be completed by December 31, 2012.
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