Ends Tomorrow: Visit the Caribbean & Central America for Just 16,000 Delta Miles Round-Trip!

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Yesterday I told you that Delta was having a sale on domestic coach award seats.

Now, via View From the Wing, Delta is discounting award prices to the Caribbean and Central America!  You can book round-trip flights from 16,000 Delta miles, though most fares are higher.  You must book by January 10, 2018, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time, for travel between April 8, 2018, and June 1, 2018.

Ends Tomorrow Visit The Caribbean Central America For Just 16000 Delta Miles Round Trip
Folks Who Collect Delta Miles Can Reach the Bahamas for Less!

January 2018 Delta Flash Award Sale

Link:   Go See in a Flash: Central America and the Caribbean

Delta is advertising sale fares starting at 16,000 Delta miles round-trip in coach (though View From the Wing shows you can find fares even lower).  That said, I had a difficult time finding these low prices on any routes.

The featured destinations are:

There are many more destinations on sale, but these are the highlighted routes from Delta.

A round-trip flight for 16,000 Delta miles to the Caribbean and Central America is a good deal.  For example, Delta and United Airlines usually charge 35,000 miles round-trip to the Caribbean.  And American Airlines charges 25,000 miles round-trip during off-peak travel dates.

Here’s what you need to know about this sale:

  • You must reserve your flights by tomorrow, January 10, 2018, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time
  • Travel is valid between April 8, 2018, and June 1, 2018
  • You must purchase a round-trip flight to get this discount
  • A Saturday night stay is required
  • Blackout dates apply

Want More Delta Miles?

Link:   Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express 

Link:   Gold Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express

Link:   American Express® Gold Card

Link:   The Platinum Card® from American Express

Link:   The Business Platinum® Card from American Express

You may have Delta miles available to you without realizing it!  Take a look at my handy chart to help you figure out which points transfer to which airlines!

For example, you can transfer American Express Membership Rewards points from cards like the American Express® Gold Card or The Business Platinum® Card from American Express, to Delta at a ratio of 1:1.  And transfers are instant!

There are plenty of credit cards that earn Delta miles, like the Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express, and the Gold Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express.  You won’t be able to earn the bonus miles in time for this sale, but you can at least prepare for the next sale!

Just remember, the AMEX welcome bonus rules restrict you from earning a welcome bonus on the SAME card more than once.  So if you’ve had one of these cards before, you will NOT earn the welcome bonus again.

Bottom Line

Delta is having a flash award sale to the Caribbean and Central America!  Round-trip coach tickets from the US start at 16,000 Delta miles.

The sale ends tomorrow, January 10, 2017, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.  And is good for travel between April 8, 2018, and June 1, 2018.

And remember, if you’re low on Delta miles, you can transfer AMEX Membership Rewards points to Delta at a 1:1 ratio.

Let me know if you end up taking advantage of this deal!

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