Delta Offers 100% Bonus When You Transfer Miles

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If you are looking for Delta miles to redeem for a special award, like my friend with his honeymoon, now may be the time to take advantage of this Delta offer. I just received an offer from Delta to receive a 100% bonus on transferred miles. They will charge $.01 plus a $30 processing fee. So lets say you were looking for an award to Italy for example. A business class award will cost you 100,000 Delta Sky Miles. Since Delta limits a single transfer at 30,000 miles, you would need to compelete 4 transactions. At $.01 plus a $30 processing fee, this award would cost you a total of $1,120. This is a great deal for a business class ticket.


  • Earn 1,000 bonus miles in your account every time you transfer 1,000 miles out of your account
  • Transfer Miles Between November 14th and November 30th, 2011
  • Bonus miles will post to the donor’s account within 24 hours
  • $.01 will be charged per mile plus a $30 processing fee
  • Promotion: Transfer Through This Link
  • Limit on transferring 150,000 out of your account
  • Limit on receiving 300,000 into your account
  • Non Transferable Offer, restricted to email recipients

Delta Email

Bring your friends and family with you over the holidays. For a limited time, when you transfer miles to a friend or family member, you’ll earn a 100% mileage bonus for yourself.1

That means for every 1,000 miles you transfer out of your SkyMiles account, we’ll give you 1,000 bonus miles back. What a great way to help yourself and that special someone get the miles they need for the upcoming holidays.2

Hurry! Offer ends November 30, 2011.

Terms and Conditions

1Eligibility: This offer is open only to the recipients of original email. Offer is not transferable and cannot be combined with any other offers. Transaction must be completed between November 14, 2011 and November 30, 2011 to receive the 100% mileage bonus. The 100% mileage bonus offer expires at 11:59 CST on November 30, 2011. The 100% mileage bonus will be awarded to the transfer donor’s account and will post to the account within 24 hours after the completed transaction. The donor’s mileage bonus will equal 100% of his or her mileage transfer. Offer does not apply to miles purchased under the SkyMiles Buy Miles or Gift Miles programs.

²Award Travel: Taxes and fees for Award Travel are the responsibility of the passenger and must be paid at the time the ticket is booked. Award Travel seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or in all markets.

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  1. Delta’s website restricts each transfer to 30,000 miles maximum. So for a 100,000 miles ticket, you will have to do 4 transactions, bringing the cost to $1120. Which still isn’t bad for business class from the US to Europe.

  2. I was targeted and I already have well over 200k miles in my account. Not sure what the reasoning for the targeting is. I did burn through about 120k this summer. So they may be looking at people who’s balances have recently taken a hit.

    Or alternatively people who are booking trips for themselves + 1 for the Holidays.

    I fall into both camps. Any others that were targeted fall in these categories?

  3. I am missing about 12k miles for my trip. Anyone who is targeted for this offer and interested in transferring 12k miles? I can pay for the transfer fees.

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