Triple Medallion Qualifying Miles or Redeemable Miles on Delta (Targeted)

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Delta is at it again with yet another way to devalue the ranks of their Medallions with this targeted promotion.

Yesterday they announced a targeted Complimentary Silver Medallion Status Plus Gold/Platinum Fast Track promotion.

This latest offer is for your choice of either triple Medallion Qualifying Miles or triple redeemable miles on flight now through July 15th.

Triple Medallion Qualifying Miles On Delta

Triple Medallion Qualifying Miles On Delta

Promotion Details:

It’s easy to triple your rewards when flying Delta. Just choose whether you want triple miles or triple Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs).

Choosing miles will bring you closer to your next Award Ticket, while choosing MQMs will help you reach Medallion status and perks like Priority Boarding, Medallion Complimentary Upgrades and waived baggage fees.

Register now for triple rewards on every Delta or Delta Connection marketed and operated flight you book and fly through July 15, 2014.

Terms and 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 participate in this offer, eligible members must register online by July 15, 2014.

Offer: Eligible members must first enroll in the promotion by July 15, 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 15, 2014. Enrolled members will automatically receive member’s choice of triple miles or triple Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs). 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. Codeshare flights operated by carriers other than Delta are excluded from this offer. There is no limit to the bonus miles and MQMs that can be earned within the qualification period. Triple bonus miles and MQMs will be awarded on base miles only and will not be awarded for mileage bonuses, including Medallion mileage bonus, or other class of service mileage or MQM bonuses.

Validity Period: To participate in this offer, you must register by July 15, 2014. Enrollment ends 11:59:59 PM, U.S. CST, on July 15, 2014.

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  1. OI dont qualify. Seem like I dont qualify for ANY of Deltas “great” promotions. Super frustrating. Especially as a GM.

  2. I have never qualified for not one of Delta promos’
    Wonder whom are the lucky ones?

  3. @Rick
    If you’re already a SM or GM they’re not interested. They’re trying to rob from other airlines. Targets are GM’s and PM’s who are on UA or AA. They don’t care if you already use DL. Best way to get it is get status on another Airlines then they will try to get you back. How do I know because I switched from DL to AA and the beginning of this year I started getting them. To late DL still PL on AA.

  4. Not that I was eligible, but wouldn’t the MQMs count as miles anyway so why would miles be better? Seems odd, foreshadow of more to come beyond the announced 2015 changes?

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