Free Delta Gold Medallion and Sky Club Access Targeted Offer

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Delta is at it again with yet another targeted promotion where they are giving away Gold Medallion status and SkyClub memberships to their corporate clients.

Promotion Details:  

By now you’ve seen the benefits of flying BusinessElite firsthand and experienced the perks of Gold Medallion status, too. Make it your new travel routine. Register here, then book and complete travel on a Delta round-trip flight in BusinessElite* between JFK and LAX or SFO, or between JFK and a transatlantic destination by January 20, 2015 and you’ll earn Gold status through January 2016. Better yet, we’ll also throw in three months of complimentary Delta Sky Club Individual Membership.

In BusinessElite, you can relax with Westin Heavenly In-Flight Bedding and world-class meals, and as a Gold Medallion, you’ll enjoy perks like:

  • Unlimited Complimentary Upgrades
  • Complimentary Economy Comfort seats (domestic)
  • Discounted Economy Comfort seats (transatlantic)
  • Waived baggage fees
  • Priority Boarding

Plus, with access to 200 Delta Sky Clubs worldwide, you’ll travel in luxury. Benefits include:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary house beer, wine and spirits
  • Fresh, healthy snacks
  • Showers in select locations

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 nontransferable. Only current employees of JP Morgan Chase are eligible. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age for Delta Sky Club membership.

*Offer:  Eligible members must first enroll in the promotion by 01/20/2015 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 January 20, 2015. Enrolled members who purchase and complete one (1) round-trip flight in BusinessElite between JFK to LAX or SFO or between JFK and a transatlantic destination during the promotional period will earn Gold Medallion status through January 2016 and a Delta Sky Club Individual Membership for 3 months. Eligible flights must be round trip. Flight must be booked as a BusinessElite fare (fare classes J/C/D/I/Z) on a Delta flight offering BusinessElite service by January 20, 2015. Flights offering BusinessElite service may be modified by Delta at any time and without prior notice. Itineraries must originate from a U.S. city. Flight may originate or terminate in any city; however, a portion of the flight must contain JFK as a connecting point to be eligible for the award of Gold Medallion status and Sky Club membership. Qualifying flight must be marketed and operated by Delta.

Validity Period: To participate in this offer, the employee must be registered by 01/20/2015. Enrollment ends 11:59:59 PM, U.S. CST, on 01/20/2015.

Bottom Line

If you’re lucky enough to work for JP Morgan Chase (or if the site lets you register) consider yourself Golden with Gold Medallion status and Delta Sky Club access.

Anyone have any luck registering for this offer?

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  1. This is just ridiculous. It’s frustrating to me that people can buy their way up past those who actually travel to earn status. A year of traveling to hit Gold (only a couple k from hitting Platinum) only to potentially be in competition for a year with people who decide to take one flight…. Bad Delta…

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