Earn 10,000 Delta SkyMiles with FedEx


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Delta and FedEx have teamed up to offer SkyMiles the opportunity to earn up to 10,000 bonus SkyMiles. You’ll earn 100 SkyMiles per shipment, up to 10,000 SkyMiles, when using FedEx One Rate.

To get started, you can head over to FedEx’s site where you can register for this offer

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How to Earn up t0 10,000 SkyMiles:

  1. Enter your SkyMiles number at fedex.com/delta
  2. Enter your FedEx account number. If you don’t have one, you can sign up in minutes
  3. Start shipping using FedEx One Rate

Terms and Conditions:

Please allow up to 6-8 weeks for miles to be credited to your account. See FAQs for more details.

All SkyMiles program rules apply to SkyMiles program membership, miles, offers, mile accrual, mile redemption and travel benefits. To review the rules, please visit delta.com/memberguide. Taxes and fees for award travel are the responsibility of the passenger and must be paid at the time the ticket is booked. Award travel seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or in all markets. Hotel and rental car purchases are subject to the terms and conditions of the service provider. SkyMiles partner offers subject to the terms and conditions of each individual offer. SkyMiles partners, offers, and benefits subject to change. Offers void where prohibited by law. Other restrictions may apply. All customers are limited to one airline program membership through FedEx.

Bottom Line

If you do a lot of shipping with FedEx, be sure to register for this offer so you can earn some bonus SkyMiles along the way.

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Comments

  1. I’m thinking an computing and adjusting the ZERO markers. One Hundred miles per shipment is NOT a good deal. Unless one ships One Thousand items via FedEx, there just ain’t much there. Yes, Fed Ex is generally the best in the business, but second rate UPS will do the same thing, about 99.95% of the time and for about 10% less. Do your own math on the shipping charges.

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