Last Call! 4 Sign-Up Bonuses Worth at LEAST $600 to $700 Each Are Disappearing Tomorrow

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Last Call!  4 Sign-Up Bonuses Worth at LEAST $600 to $700 Each Are Disappearing Tomorrow

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I should NOT be surprised.  But I am!

An incredible number of y’all have gone ahead and taken advantage of the very generous Delta AMEX offers that expire tomorrow, November 8, 2017.  It makes sense because the welcome bonus is TWICE as high as usual!

Last Call 4 Sign Up Bonuses Worth At LEAST 600 To 700 Each Are Disappearing Tomorrow
60,000 Delta Miles Is Enough for 3 Round-Trip Tickets From Miami to Vancouver, British Columbia!

I love that folks will use the bonus for Big Travel, like a Business Class flight to exciting places like Athens, Istanbul, and Paris.  These flights can easily cost $3,000 each! 

On the other hand, for Million Mile Secret Agents who do NOT like fussing with award booking, you can use Delta Pay With Miles to get flights with no blackout dates!

Here are the most important details for those of y’all are procrastinators like me. 🙂

Increased AMEX Delta Sign-Up Bonuses Disappear Tomorrow

Link:   They’re Back!  Increased Card Bonuses That Let You Travel TWICE as Far

The increased sign-up bonuses on the AMEX Delta Gold and Platinum personal and small business cards are ending tomorrowNovember 8, 2017.

These current deals are TWICE as high as the normal sign-up bonus.  So if you haven’t opened any of these AMEX Delta cards in the past, they’re worth considering.

You can use Delta miles for expensive flights on partner airlines like Air France, China Eastern, and Hawaiian Airlines.

And because you can redeem Delta miles for 1 cent each using Pay with Miles, you’ll get a minimum of $600 to $700 from each bonus.  With this method, you won’t have to worry about blackout dates and searching for available award seats.

Note:   AMEX only allows you to earn 1 sign-up bonus per credit card product per lifetime.  So if you’ve already opened the AMEX Delta Gold personal card, you’re NOT eligible for that bonus again.  But you CAN earn the bonus on the AMEX Delta Gold small business card, because it’s a different credit card product!

Bottom Line

Through tomorrow, November 8, 2017, you’ll earn 60,000 Delta miles with the AMEX Delta Gold personal and small business cards after completing the cards’ minimum spending.  And 70,000 Delta miles with the AMEX Delta Platinum personal and small business cards. after completing minimum spending requirements.

The sign-up bonuses are worth at least $600 or $700 when you book using Pay With Miles.  And could be worth even more when you book award flights on Delta or their partner airlines!

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I just applied for and got mine! Can’t wait to put it to good use!

What are the chances AA will do a 100,000 mile credit card sign up bonus like they did awhile back?

Million Mile Secrets

I don’t have any inside info on that at the moment. Do you find that you still get good use from American Airlines miles despite their lack of saver level award seats?

Now that AMEX doesn’t give you a bonus twice for the same card. Is there a way to know if I have had these cards in the past? The annual credit report doesn’t help. Could calling Amex and asking work? (I think I had these card around 8 years ago, but I’m not sure). Thanks

Million Mile Secrets

You could certainly call AMEX and ask!

Just a note for ya, feel free to ignore it. Several data points show that it’s possible to earn a sign-up bonus on the same AMEX card if it’s been 7+ years since you last earned the sign-up bonus and you no longer have the card open.

I can NOT guarantee this, because the AMEX Terms & Conditions say the welcome bonus offer is not available to “applicants who have or have had this product.”

I don’t see those comments in my app. Where is that listed and under what heading? Mine says: OFFER TERMS

If we in our sole discretion determine that you have engaged in abuse, misuse, or gaming in connection with the welcome bonus offer in any way or that you intend to do so (for example, if you applied for one or more cards to obtain a welcome bonus offer (s) that we did not intend for you; if you cancel or downgrade your account within 12 months after acquiring it; or if you cancel or return purchases you made to meet the Threshold Amount), we may not credit the welcome bonus to, we may freeze the welcome bonus credited to, or we may take away the welcome bonus from your account. We may also cancel this Card account and other Card accounts you may have with us.

I have tried to apply for the Delta Gold Amex, but when i go to the website, it asks me to sign in to an account to begin, but since I dont have an account i click on the new user button and it asks me for the card number. I seem to be getting the run around on the web site for applying for the card

Million Mile Secrets

Hmm, that’s an odd thing. Have you tried to apply in “incognito” mode in your browser? Perhaps the website recognizes that you’re an AMEX customer.

The public offer is ending tomorrow, but referral by an existing card owner seems to offer the 70,000-mile sign-up bonus for the platinum card until January 31, 2018.

Million Mile Secrets

That is an incredibly useful data point, thank you!!

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