Get 30,000 Delta SkyMiles For $75 With SkyMiles Check Card

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If you are looking for a quick way to earn Delta SkyMiles, the SkyMiles World Check Card is currently offering 30,000 SkyMiles. To earn the miles you first have to sign up for a Suntrust checking account and then make your first purchase before July 31, 2012.

SkyMiles Check Card Offer Details

There is a personal offer for 30k SkyMiles and a business offer for 25k SkyMiles over at Delta’s website. The card offers miles on both PIN Point of Sale and signature-based purchases. Earning rates are 1 mile for every $1 spent on everyday purchases and 2 miles for every $1 spent on direct Delta purchases.

  • No limit on the number of miles you can earn
  • Apply your miles toward Award Travel to more than 450 destinations worldwide


  • Existing SunTrust checking customers are eligible for a 15,000 mile bonus by choosing the Delta SkyMiles World Check Card
  • Annual fee of $75 for the personal and $120 for the business is not waived the first year
  • The Delta SkyMiles Check Cards are issued by SunTrust Banks, Inc. and are available in AL, AR, FL, GA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, WV, VA and Washington, D.C.
  • Please make sure you read the detailed terms and conditions

Bottom Line

There is value in the Delta’s SkyMiles program, even thought it is the toughest airline program to redeem for awards you want to take. If you’re looking for some SkyMiles, this offer may be a quick and easy way for you to bulk up on SkyMiles.

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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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  1. A couple years ago, one could add up to four or five card holders on one account and receive the bonus for each. Do you think this is still the case?

  2. @Phil, this was true on the last Suntrust deal, but don’t know if it is true on this deal? anybody?

  3. The only downside is a minimum balance requirement or monthly fees. Direct deposit alone doesn’t cut it…

  4. You don’t need to live in any particular state. It all worked fine from my little corner of Oregon via SunTrust’s online chat.

  5. I read the terms and conditions and it seemed to me that there was no minimum balance requirement, although there was a direct deposit.

    Another question. If you apply for this card does it hit your credit report?

  6. As I read the Tand C, you have to use direct deposit to qualify for any miles. Since I don’t have a direct deposit available, I can’t use this offer. Would have appreciated it if you had stated that in the post, instead of my having to go read the TC and figure it out on my own….

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