Delta 1 Million Miler Packet Arrived; What’s Inside?

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Earlier this year, I told you about my Delta Platinum Medallion packet here in this post. Since I recently hit 1 Million Miler threshold, Delta sent me another packet with my updated status on the cards. Here’s what was in the packet:

Delta 1 Million Miler Packet Arrived; What’s Inside?

Delta 1 Million Miler Packet Arrived; What's Inside?

  • 3 Platinum Medallion bag tags
  • 4 drink certificates “Your second favorite part of this package.”
  • Generic letter congratulating me on my new status
  • A note reminding me about Crossover Rewards from Delta and Starwood (see post here and here.)

Bottom Line

Honestly, this packet was pretty underwhelming. The only thing that was different was that my bag tags now have the 1 Million Miler emblem in the bottom right corner. Honestly, I don’t even use these tags. The free Tumi bag that I received for hitting 1 Million Miles was much more exciting! I will take the extra 4 drink tickets too for those times when I don’t get upgraded.

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  1. Don’t you get free econmy comfort? Maybe you can use the drink tickets in a lounge that charges for drinks?

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