How To Redeem Delta Companion Certificate With American Express Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business Card

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The Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express entitles members to a invite a guest on a round-trip Domestic Economy Class flight once they qualify for a companion certificate. The certificate is easy to redeem and can be valuable if used for the right (expensive) economy flight.

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How To Redeem Delta’s Companion Certificate

Step 1) Go to

Navigate to Delta’s website here.

Delta Companion Certificate Image

Step 2: Enter your unique certification code

You should receive a unique certificate code that you can enter on this site. If you haven’t received your code it is because you either haven’t had the card long enough or there was some issue receiving it. Either way, you should be able to call American Express to determine when you qualify for a companion certificate.

Step 3) Search for flights and travel by certificate date

The companion certificates typically have an expiration date of one year to fly before they expire. Pay close attention and don’t waste a certificate because you didn’t pay attention to the date.


Terms And Conditions

*Upon redemption, payment of government taxes and fees ranging from $22.00 to $68.00 for itineraries with two to four flight segments is required. Baggage charges and other restrictions apply. Click here for details on taxes, fees and restrictions.


Bottom Line

The Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express companion certificate is a great way to save money on a domestic economy class ticket. Make sure you save your unique code and pay attention to the expiration date. These are valuable so don’t waste them. I typically use mine on cross country flights.

How have you used your companion certificate in the past? How much money did you save?

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Editorial Note: Opinions, analyses, reviews or suggestions expressed on this site are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer. For details on current offers visit the card issuer’s site.

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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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  1. As usual, this cert books into a higher fare class. Often by a lot. It’s valuable but usually not as advertised, especially coupled with increased annual fee for card. A bit frustrating.

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