How To Purchase Delta eGift Certificates


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Delta makes it easy to give the gift of travel with their eGift certificates. Did you know you can purchase and gift an eGift certificate up to $1,000 in value? It’s simple and if you use a trick, you might be able to save up to $200 off the purchase. Here’s how:

How To Purchase Delta eGift Certificates

Step 1: Navigate To Delta’s eGift Certificate Site

Simply head on over to Delta’s website here to make your Delta eGift certificate purchase.

Delta eGift certificate website

Step 2: Enter Amount On eGift Certificate

Next, enter the amount of eGift certificate that you would like to purchase. The certificates can be purchased in $5 increments with a max value of $1,000 per certificate. There is a limit of 5 certificates.

If you are an Platinum Card® from American Express cardholder, be sure that you’ve set your preferred airline to Delta. The card comes with a $200 airline credit each year. That is a significant savings off airline fees!

Delta egift certificates

Once you enter your details initiate your purchase.

Step 3: Save Confirmation Page

The last step is to saver your confirmation page for your records. You’ll receive an email with your certificate number. DO NOT lose this email. It has all the information you’ll need to redeem the eGift certificate.

Delta egift certificates confirmation

Bottom Line

By following the simple steps above you can be on your way to using eGift certificates for your next trip or you can give them as a gift to a friend or family member.

The Platinum Card® from American Express comes with a $200 airline statement credit each year, offers Delta Sky Club access, $100 off Global Entry fee and many more benefits.

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Comments

  1. I have the Amex Delta Skymiles card which comes with a $50 statement credit. It seems like this would also qualify for that $50 statement credit, no?

  2. How long after buying did you receive the egift certs? The T&Cs state that you cannot redeem them within 72 hours. Can you confirm this? Thanks!

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