Delta Offering Fast Track to Gold and Platinum Status (Again)

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Delta is at it again with another targeted offered for fast-track to Gold and Platinum Status. You can see if you are targeted and try to register.

As you’ll recall Delta had two targeted offers earlier this year for Delta Gold Status and another one for Delta Platinum Status, where all you had to do was book one BusinessElite flight, however Delta then decided to change the terms and conditions and not allow domestic first class tickets coded as BusinessElite to not be allowed.

Delta Offering Fast Track to Gold and Platinum Status

Delta Offering Fast Track to Gold and Platinum Status

Offer Details:

Get on your way to 2014 Gold or Platinum Medallion status this summer. Register now, then just book and fly a Delta or Delta Connection marketed and operated round-trip flight by July 10th:

  • Three times to earn Gold Medallion status through February 2015
  • Four times to earn Platinum Medallion status through February 2015

Terms & Conditions

Eligibility: Only members who receive this communication directly from Delta Air Lines are eligible to participate in this offer. This offer is non-transferable. To be eligible for the status upgrade, a Member must (i) register online by July 10, 2014, (ii) book and complete travel on required number of round trip flight(s) after registration and before the promotion end date of July 10, 2014, and (iii) not have received a status match or complimentary Medallion® status in the past, and not currently be a Diamond, Platinum, or Gold Medallion member.

Offer: Eligible members must first enroll in the promotion by July 10, 2014 in order to participate. Flights booked prior to enrollment will not be eligible for this promotion. Flights must be booked and completed within the promotional period, which is through July 10, 2014. Enrolled members who purchase and complete three (3) round-trip flights during the promotional period will earn Gold Medallion status for the 2014 Medallion year. Enrolled members who purchase and complete four (4) round-trip flights during the promotional period will earn Platinum Medallion status for the 2014 Medallion year. Eligible flights must be round trip. Eligible itineraries may not include segments flown by other airlines. Eligible flights must be marketed and operated by Delta or Delta Connection only. Only those round-trip flights purchased with a published fare that earns full mileage accrual are eligible. Medallion status will start one day after completion of qualifying travel and ends on February 28, 2015. Medallion status must be earned in subsequent years by traveling the required Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs) or Medallion Qualification Segments (MQSs) and spending the required Medallion Qualification Dollars (MQDs). Medallion benefits may be enjoyed when traveling on Delta or Delta Connection flights by providing your SkyMiles number when making reservations or at check-in. MQMs are calculated based on distance traveled and fare class purchased on qualifying flights and do not include bonus miles.

Validity Period: To participate in this offer, you must register by July 10, 2014. Enrollment ends 11:59:59 PM, U.S. CST, on July 10, 2014.

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  1. Beware! I was denied the third flight on a technicality and thereby denied the platinum status promised. I flew a quickie one-day flight from LGA-DCA to earn that Platinum level. Problem is: I used a prior ticket to pay for it. The agent who helped me book the flight confirmed that it would apply and never made any mention that using an old ticket to pay for a new booking made and flown within the promo period would disqualify the flight from the promotion. Now I am out the $385 and Delta refuses to make it right. I guess their promotion worked… it got me to spend nearly $400 for nothing.

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