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Per Delta Points, Delta is again selling Medallion Qualifying Miles this year for those who need a boost up for their status, but similar to year’s past, these prices are HORRENDOUS so would strongly urge anyone not to buy them.
As a Platinum Medallion, I was offered to buy MQMs at the following prices:
2,500 MQMs for $1,025
5,000 MQMs for $1,325
7,500 MQMs for $1,775
10,000 MQMs for $2,095
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If you’re looking for an easy way to get MQMs they buying them is an option, but not that the prices are horrendous, and I don’t like how Delta is charging their most high value customers (Diamonds and Platinums) more than lower tiers.
If you do need the MQMs, it’s not too late to pick up one of the co-branded cards and spent on it to get those MQMs to post this year.
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