Now through December 31, 2014, Delta is offering double miles and double MQM’s to/from Seattle with this targeted promotion.
Per the terms and conditions, only residents of the State of Washington, as determined by the address on file for your SkyMiles account, are eligible for this promotion.
Register today, then book and fly Delta or Delta Connection-marketed and -operated flights from Seattle (SEA) by December 31, 2014.
Only itineraries for which Seattle is the origin or the final destination will qualify for this promotion.
Purchase and fly Delta or Delta Connection-marketed and -operated flights out of Seattle/SEA and earn double miles and double Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs) on the nonstop segment out of or into Seattle. Only itineraries for which Seattle is the origin or the final destination will qualify for this promotion.
Nonstop cities include: Amsterdam/AMS, Anchorage/ANC, Atlanta/ATL, Beijing/PEK, Cincinnati/CVG, Detroit/DTW, Fairbanks/FAI, Hong Kong/HKG, Honolulu/HNL, Jackson Hole/JAC, Juneau/JNU, Las Vegas/LAS, London/LON, Los Angeles/LAX, Minneapolis-St. Paul/MSP, New York/JFK, Palm Springs, CA/PSP, Paris/CDG, Phoenix/PHX, Portland, OR/PDX, Salt Lake City/SLC, San Diego/SAN, San Francisco/SFO, San Jose, CA/SJC, Seoul-Incheon/ICN, Shanghai/PVG, Tokyo-Narita/NRT, Tokyo-Haneda/HND, Tucson/TUS , Vancouver/YVR.
Travel must be between February 18, 2014, and December 31, 2014 to earn double bonus miles and double Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs).
It’s no surprise Delta is trying to do everything they can to win over Seattle fliers. Earlier this month, they announced New Domestic Routes From Seattle.
Just keep in mind that if you are lucky enough to register for this, it’s only double miles and MQM’s on the flight to/from Seattle.
So if you were flying Seattle-Salt Lake City-Washington (National), you would only earn the double miles on the Seattle-Salt Lake City segment. So to leverage this, be sure that your flight out Seattle is the longer one so in the example above you could connect in Atlanta, since you would earn more miles on Seattle-Atlanta than on Seattle-Salt Lake City.