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Sometimes special credit card offers come up that are too good to pass up. And it’s times like these that I’m glad I have a need for additional credit cards.
Yesterday I received an email from SkyBonus, Delta’s business loyalty program, offering 55,000 Delta SkyMiles and 20,000 Medallion Qualifying Miles after becoming a Business Platinum card member and meeting minimum spending requirements. This offer is publicly available through this link (expired) and is good for applications through July 7th.
Earn 25,000 bonus miles (5,000 of which count as MQMs) after your first purchase on the Card within the first year of Cardmembership.1 Earn an additional 30,000 miles (15,000 of which count as MQMs) after you make $5,000 of eligible purchase on the Card within the first 3 months of Cardmembership.2
Success With My Application
On a Delta flight yesterday, I applied through a Gogo in-flight internet session and was approved within a few moments.
If you are searching for a few more MQMs to qualify for elite status this year, consider The Platinum Delta SkyMiles®Business Credit Card from American Express OPEN offer (expired) for up to 20,000 MQMs. In addition, you can earn 10,000 MQMs after your first purchase with the Apply for the Delta Reserve card, and up to an additional 30,000 MQMs with Miles Boost after meeting spending requirements.
That is up to 60,000 MQMs just with two credit cards and not even setting foot on a Delta flight.
Did you take advantage of this offer yet? Are you thinking about it or going to pass?
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