How To Check Your Delta Certificates And eCredits

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Using Delta certificates and eCredits can save you a ton of money on travel with Delta. It’s important to know how to check your account so you can tell if you have eCredits and certificates available to use on your upcoming trip. It’s simple to do. Here are 3 simple steps that will show you how many certificates and eCredits are in your account. It will only take about 3 minutes, so follow along if you like by going to

How To Check If You Have Delta eCredits

Step 1: Navigate to My Delta

Go to the home page, log-in and select the My Delta page. This will direct you to a page with all of your information stored within your account.

Delta eCredit Step 1

Step 2: Select My Wallet

Select the My Wallet option in the upper right hand corner and specifically the Credits and Certificates option. This will display all of the Credits, Certificates, eCertificates and eCredits in your account.

Delta eCredit Step 2

Step 3:View Certificates and eCredits

The last step allows you to view each specific type of credit or certificate. A few examples include the following:

  • Delta eCerts – These can be redeemed for a variety of money-saving offers on eligible flights. These include the companion passes like the one you’ll receive from the Delta Reserve card from paying the annual fee on the card, which can make the fee well worth it in my opinion.
  • Delta eCredits – are a specific monetary value that can be applied as payment toward the cost of a Delta ticket and any government-imposed taxes and fees

Delta eCredit Step 3

You can see the full details on the certificates and eCredits on Delta’s site here.

Bottom Line

Checking your Delta certificates and eCredits only takes a few moments and you might be surprised what you find lingering in your account. I was surprised to find an unused ticket with over $380 in value.

Have you checked your certificates and eCredits lately? Did you find anything that surprised you?

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  1. I purchased several first class tickets to Colorado a few months ago. I was given credit as the tickets weren’t used. I have 0062195501901 as mu “ticket number for credit” on one of the tickets. The value is shown to be $929.60. I would like to use this credit for an upcoming trip, but not sure if the ticket has to be purchased within year of initial ticket, OR If the actual flight has to be within that time frame. Please advise, thank you.

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