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A cool perk for Delta American Express cardholders in Seattle this month. Delta is offering their cardholders free ice cream all month long in Seattle as their latest perk known as Delta Amex Perks. You can see all the info about this offer here.
#DELTAAMEXPERKS REWARDS CARD MEMBERS WITH SEATTLE’S FAVORITE ICE CREAM
Turns out Delta Air Lines & American Express know how to reward people! Seattle, we are excited to announce that September 1st – 30th, we will be offering a FREE scoop of ice cream to Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card Members who show us their Card upon ordering. Plus, Card Members can get a free scoop for one friend, too!
Yup — that’s right — Delta wants to say “thank you” to all of their Seattle Card Members in style by offering a local treat. All you need to do is visit a scoop store (locations listed below), show us your Card, and let us take care of the rest!
Share your sweet experience on social with #DeltaAmexPerks.
Our participating locations are:
- Capitol Hill: 1111 E Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122
- Ballard: 2052 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA 98107
- 108 Pine: 108 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101
- Queen Anne: 1935 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109
If you’re not yet a cardholder and want to sign-up for one of Delta’s many co-branded American Express cards, right now the Delta Reserve card gives 10,000 MQM’s and 10,000 SkyMiles after the first purchase. The Platinum Delta Amex gives 35,000 bonus SkyMiles plus 5,000 MQM’s after spending $1,000, and the Delta Gold Amex gives 30,000 bonus SkyMiles 5,000 after spending $1,000.
Sounds like a pretty seat promotion to me! Delta has offered some similar offers in the past including free Shake Shack for cardholders in New York, and free Pops for Atlanta cardholders. Cheers to Delta for coming up with this promotion!
What city would you like to be next to receive a cool Amex Delta Perk? I’m thinking Los Angeles, but feel free to comment below.
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