Free Award Booking Giveaway – Enter Here For Chance To Win 1 Itinerary Up To 4 Passengers


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It’s no secret that Delta has removed their award charts. But what’s a secret is what they plan to do about their award tiers and redemption rates in the future. And this has a lot of people nervous. So nervous I know people who are emptying their Sky Miles award balances through any means possible. And this is making it harder to find lower level award redemption for coveted award flights in premium cabin.

We understand all this and wanted to give our readers a break. So we teamed up with our favorite award booking service, Juicy Miles, to giveaway a complimentary award booking service.

Free Award Booking Giveaway

We are giving away 1 complimentary award booking from Juicy Miles. The best part is the award booking is good for up to 4 passengers traveling on the same itinerary. This covers Juicy Miles award booking fees only and does not cover airline fees and taxes (responsibility of the winner). We’ll randomly pick a winner on Sunday, February 22nd who will receive the complimentary award booking.

How To Enter

All you have to do is enter via one of the following methods:

  • Leave a comment in this post answering the following question:
    • Where are you redeeming your Delta Sky Miles and do you think Delta removing their award charts was friendly?
    • Example: I’m going to Bora Bora on Delta’s partner Air Tahiti. Delta’s unfriendly move is not cool.
  • Tweet@WeeklyFlyer @PointMe2Plane @Delta + where you want to fly on an award ticket
    • Bonus points if you add in if you think the award chart removal was a good idea

What Is Juicy Miles

Preferred Award Booking Service – Juicy Miles

Juicy Miles is a top notch award booking service. They will do all the work to find you the best award itinerary for your preferences.

Juicy Miles By The Pool

 

I’ve known Adam for a long time and have trusted him with all of my referrals. He has assembled and runs an amazing team at Juicy Miles.

Adam is the proud founder of Juicy Miles LLC and loves helping others travel for free. His obsession with points and miles began during his freshman year at college. After browsing Flyertalk and Mileage Workshop, Adam pulled the trigger and signed up for his first Citibank AAdvantage credit card and MCI phone line (25,000 mileage offer). Back then, both deals were churnable and in no time at all, the college freshman had enough miles to travel to Europe and Asia in First Class for free, multiple times. Needless to say, he was hooked! Fast forward a few years and Adam of course ended up in a job with a travel requirement…which meant extra miles for awards! He continued educating himself on the mileage game and took some pretty incredible trips each year, including a family vacation every December…all with miles. As his colleagues and friends started to hear about and see pictures from his trips, they wanted in and Adam began to assist them with their bookings, Juicy Miles was born. Adam is also the author of the Point Me to the Plane blog on BoardingArea. Adam’s favorite award trips from 2013 include his Singapore / Cathay Pacific First Class trip to Bali, Thailand, and Hong Kong as well as his First Class Emirates Shower Suite A380 experience to the Maldives. Adam covers AA / oneworld, UA / Star Alliance, and Delta / SkyTeam bookings.

How To Use Juicy Miles

One of the best parts about using Juicy Miles is they make it so easy to work with them.

Step 1: Complete Your Request Online

All you have to do is fill out your request online by answering 11 questions and then click submit. They’ll reach out quickly with the details on next steps.

Please be sure to let them know Points Miles & Martinis sent you in question #11 by entering something like:

  • PMM
  • Points, Miles & Martinis
  • PMMartinis
  • Points Miles And Martinis sent me!
  • Etc…appreciate the mention we sent you

Juicy Miles Points Miles Martinis

Bottom Line

If you aren’t happy with Delta’s moves and plan to redeem your miles for an award ticket, be sure to enter our giveaway for a chance to win a complimentary award booking from the Juicy Miles award booking service.

Enter via one of the methods below and we’ll randomly pick a winner on Sunday, February 22nd who will receive the complimentary award booking.

  • Leave a comment in this post answering the following question:
    • Where are you redeeming your Delta Sky Miles and do you think Delta removing their award charts was friendly?
    • Example: I’m going to Bora Bora on Delta’s partner Air Tahiti. Delta’s unfriendly move is not cool.
  • Tweet@WeeklyFlyer @PointMe2Plane @Delta + where you want to fly on an award ticket
    • Bonus points if you add in if you think the award chart removal was a good idea

Juicy Miles Award Booking Beach

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Comments

  1. Going to Fukuoka, Japan and Guam within this year. Hate the move that Delta made recently. It’s just utterly absurd.

  2. Using up our Delta miles for a trip to Seattle. Not happy with award chart removal; we will use up our miles & voucher and try to avoid Delta.

  3. I want to use what’s left of my Skymiles for a flight to Belize in May of next year to deplete all I’ve got left. I just hope they don’t further devalue the program before that 330 day booking window comes up for me.

  4. I’m going to Rome this summer on Delta’s partner Alitalia. Delta removing their award chart is SUPER unfriendly and not ok!

  5. Hope to use my miles to take a trip to Tampa to avoid the freezing cold in Michigan. Delta’s move was very shifty. Might be time to switch my preferred airline.

  6. I’m hoping to use my miles to travel to Africa at the end of the year. NOT okay with Delta removing their awards chart!

  7. Using Delta miles to no where because I don’t fly them. Though I do not like their lack of an award chart now!

  8. I hoping to use my Delta miles to travel to Israel. The hiding of the award chart does not bother me as much as the poor availability of lower tier awards.

  9. I am planning to use Delta miles to London on Virgin Atlantic. I am really disappointed with Delta since they removed their award chart, will avoid to use them again.

  10. Burning my skymiles with a trip to Italy
    Award chart removal was very customer in friendly
    Like a store with no price tags !!

  11. We’re going to Australia/New Zealand on Delta’s partner Virgin Australia. Delta removing their award chart is only reinforcing the belief that customer & service are NOT concepts they value! Given all the ongoing nonsense with them we’re moving over to Alaska Airlines as our carrier & mileage plan of choice.

  12. I am going to Salt Lake City, and I definitely do not agree with the removal of the award chart. I think Delta has great service, but their FF program is the worst out of the big 3 and continues to get worse.

  13. I don’t have enough Delta miles to use them to fly anywhere right now, but have used them for flights to SAN in past. I don’t thinks Delta’s removal of the chart is fair.

  14. I’m planning on using my Delta miles to get to Australia. Delta removing their is not promising, as their ability to change the prices whenever they want is an unfriendly move for the passengers.

  15. I’m not redeeming any skypesos because I saw the writing on the wall years ago and got rid of them all. This recent move is just an unsurprising continuation of the same trend.

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