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Last month we wrote about how Delta was adding 10,000 SkyMiles redemptions on select routes, while it appears they’ve added even more routes available for just 10,000 SkyMiles according to the email I received from them today.
Origins & Destinations | Within the contiguous 48 United States, between the contiguous 48 United States and Canada and between the contiguous 48 United States and the Caribbean/Mexico.
Fare | Starting at 10,000 miles plus taxes and fees one way. Additional fees/restrictions/baggage charges may apply. Prices shown are directional. Taxes and fees will vary for return travel to the U.S. on interational itineraries.
Purchase By | April 23, 2015.
Travel Period | Travel may begin on or after April 30, 2015 and must be completed by June 20, 2015.
Minimum Stay | None.
Blackout Dates | See city specific Blackout Dates.
Other Rules | Tickets may be purchased at delta.com.
Here’s a look at some of the routes available:
Again these are just some of the sample routes that are available.
For instance, I was able to find Atlanta, GA (ATL) to Huntsville, AL (HSV) for 10,000 SkyMiles, so if you’re looking to redeem your SkyMiles, you may want to take a look to see if you can get a redemption for just 10,000 SkyMiles.
Looking for a way to rack up some SkyMiles easily?
If you are looking for more ways to earn Delta miles, consider the Delta Reserve card, The Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express, Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express.
SkyMiles are constantly being devalued, but if you are able to find a decent redemption for 10,000 SkyMiles this could be a good deal!
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