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Once of my favorite things I like about the Delta Reserve Card is the ability to get a free ticket every year with the companion certificate. It’s a simply process to redeem the certificate online. We’ll illustrate how to redeem the certificate in this post in order to save money on your next flight.
I can save a bunch of money each year by booking one flight and getting the second one for free since I receive a Companion Certificate each year with my Delta Reserve Card. As a As a Delta Reserve Credit Card Member, you’ll get a domestic First Class or Economy Class Companion certificate each year upon renewal. The only thing you’ll have to pay for is the taxes associated with the flight.
Simply navigate to Delta’s website to start the booking process.
How To Use Delta Companion Certificate
Step 1: Select Your Companion Certificate
Navigate to the Certificates and ECredits section of your Delta account. Select your SkyMiles Companion Certificate that you earned from your Delta Reserve Card.
It is important to note that you cannot select more than one certificate when you use the companion certificate. You can find the full terms and conditions at Delta.
Step 2: Enter Your Flight Departure And Arrival Airport
Enter your departure and arrival airports into the search feature.
Step 3: Select Your Flights And Book
Once you select your flights, you’ll notice that the second passenger will only be charged for taxes and fees.
Using a Delta companion certificate that you can earn from the Delta Reserve Card can save a lot of money. In this case, the price of two first class tickets was the same price as two coach class tickets thanks to my Delta companion certificate. The savings was almost enough to cover the annual fee of the card. The fact that I get a companion certificate once a year, can earn MQMs with miles boosts and get access (although only for myself) makes the Delta Reserve Card a keeper for my wallet.
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