Here’s What Delta’s 360 Letter To Elite Members Looks Like

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Earlier today we shared the news that Delta has sent out letters to top tier elite members inviting them to the new top tier 360 elite program.

Here’s a picture of the letter that was received via FedEX.

Delta 360 Letter to Medallion Members

The assistance making tight connections via Porsche is one of the best benefits in my opinion. What are you most excited about with the new benefits?

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  1. I would love to be excited about any of them. Unfortunately, I spent 30% of the estimated $40k that you would need to get an invitation like that. I thought I $12,000 was a lot!

  2. Garrett, don’t feel too bad. I spent $24,000 with Delta last year and got 159,000 MQMs, and I didn’t get my invite either.


  3. Garrett, don’t feel too bad. I spent $24,000 with Delta last year, earned 159,000 MQMs, and I didn’t get my invite either. I also put over $60,000 on my Delta Reserve card.


  4. I spent over $40k last year but only hit Platinum (with 23k rollover MQMs). Not sure if I’ll receive this or not. Do you have to be Diamond as well to qualify?

  5. $46k in MQDs, over 325k MQMs, and $100+k in Delta Amex spend – didn’t get an invite. Not sure what the criteria were.

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