How To Earn 35X Delta SkyMiles Per Dollar Spent


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It’s almost Valentine’s Day and Delta and FTD have teamed up with an offer where SkyMiles members can earn 35x miles per dollar spent now through February 15, 2014.

In addition, SkyMiles Medallion members will earn 500 bonus SkyMiles per purchase

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To get started, head over to this site, where the offer for FTD is already uploaded and you’ll be on your way to earning 35x SkyMiles per dollar.

If you’d rather order over the phone, you can do that as well by calling call 1-800-SEND-FTD (1-800-736-3383) and mentioning promo code 34825.

Terms & Conditions:

Exceptions Apply: Offer expires February 15, 2014. Where a promotion references a special collection only, the promotion applies only to that collection. For purchases where miles or points may be awarded, such awards are not applicable to any product customizations including vases or product add ons, FTD Gold Membership fees, gift card purchases or other fees such as service fees and shipping fees or applicable taxes. For promotions where discounts are available, discounts are applied to the standard retail prices set forth on the FTD.COM website (standard retail prices shall not include sale prices), and discounts are not applicable to (a) any product customizations including vases or product add ons, (b) FTD Gold Membership fees or gift cards, (c) other fees such as service fees, shipping and handling fees or applicable taxes, or (d) the following collections: Steuben, Nambé, Baccarat, Ultimate Roses, Reduced Shipping, Special Value and any other special collection added by FTD.COM in its sole discretion. Redemption of vouchers, gift certificates, gift cards, or reward codes may be subject to additional or different restrictions; please refer to those products for their terms and conditions. This offer is not available in retail stores and is available online only or, if offered, through the special toll-free number. Promotion cannot be combined with any other promotions, gift certificates, coupons, discounts or affiliate programs (including reward programs). Same day delivery is available in most locations if order is placed before 2pm in recipient’s time zone. Click here for more information on our delivery policies. Quantities may be limited. Offer subject to change without notice.

Bottom Line 

Earning 35 miles per dollar spent is a great deal, so if you are looking to send flowers for Valentine’s this is a great way to do it and earn a boatload of Delta SkyMiles.

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Comments

  1. I had two Mother’s Day orders botched by FTD in 2011, and one more botched in a prior year. FTD’s attempt at service recovery for one of the 2011 orders resulted in a delivery six or seven days later. FTD ultimately refunded the order, but it was so late and I was so miffed that I didn’t care about free flowers.

    Fast forward to last Friday… Against my better judgment, I used FTD to order a bouquet for my grandparents’ 70th anniversary. Since I was already wary, I went to ftd.com to check the status of the order. Unfortunately, FTD.com doesn’t give a status, the website just sends a message to ask about the status, so I decided to call. Guess what? Another order botched by FTD. Apparently all the florists they tried contacting either didn’t have the right flowers to complete the arrangement, or weren’t open on Sunday. (Of course FTD charges your CC as soon as you click “order” and they have no problem offering delivery dates they don’t know if they can meet.)

    Moral of the story: it isn’t worth the hassle and disappointment for 35x SkyPesos, 30x AAdvantage miles, or even free flowers when they don’t make it on time. I should have gone with my gut, but I won’t making the mistake of ordering with FTD yet again.

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