Delta SkyBonus 7,500 Sign Up Offer For Flying


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The Delta SkyBonus program is a rewards program that allows businesses to earn rewards for their employee travel. If you are not already a member, you can sign up through limited time offers like this one to receive bonus points simply for signing up and flying with Delta. 

How To Sign up For Delta SkyBonus 

SkyBonus 2014 Signup Offer

SkyBonus Promotion Details

  • Fly within 60 days to earn 7,500 bonus points
  • Enroll by June 30th

Terms And Conditions

To qualify for this promotion, enrolling company must have received this promotion from Delta Air Lines. Companies must be based in U.S., Canada, or Mexico with a valid Federal Tax ID or VAT number, enroll by June 30, 2014 at delta.com/skybonus using Promotion Code SKYMTD14 and purchase and fly on a qualifying flight within 60 days after enrollment. Bonus points may be earned once and will be credited automatically to the account associated with the ticket issued and flown. Qualifying flights for accounts located in North America include tickets and flight numbers validated on Delta (ticket number begins with “006”), Air France (“057”), KLM (“074”), or Alitalia (“055”). Eligible dollars are defined as base fares (selling fare, net of all taxes and fees) plus carrier-imposed surcharges, prorated per flight segment, and rounded down to the nearest whole number. Companies with a Delta, Air France, KLM or Alitalia Preferred Carrier Agreement, travel agencies and other sellers of travel are not eligible for SkyBonus. Subject to change or withdrawal without notice. 

Bottom Line

If you haven’t already signed up for the Delta SkyBonus promotion, consider signing up through this one for a chance to earn 7,500 bonus miles.

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Comments

  1. And what does 7500 SkyBonus points translate to in terms of progress toward a redemption? For example, 2000 AA Business Extraa points are enough for a round trip domestic flight. If Delta used the same valuation, this would be a hell of an offer. If they charge the same amount of points as SkyMiles, then not so much.

  2. The fine print says you must have received an email invite. Anyone know if that is indeed the case? Also, will a Delta paid ticket I purchased already but haven’t yet flown count? Is that “within 60 days” of enrollment or must it be after enrollment? Thanks.

  3. I was kicked out of Skybonus without warning back in January, even with some paid flights.

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