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Delta has launched yet targeted promotion for new SkyMiles members flying out of Seattle (SEA), as they continue to try and win the business of Seattle flyers. Delta also recently launched a promotion similar for LAX flyers where they could also earn bonus miles.
Anyways, with this new offer, new SkyMiles members will have the opportunity to earn 2,000 bonus miles on their next flight from SEA through January 9th.
Make the most of your on-the-go time. Join the SkyMiles program and earn 2,000 bonus miles for requesting mileage credit for your flight from Seattle by January 9th. Or, earn 2,000 bonus miles for your next flight from Seattle through January 9, 2016.
Terms and Conditions:
Eligibility: Offer valid only for new SkyMiles members joining the SkyMiles program for the first time. A “new” member is someone who has not been a member of the SkyMiles program in the 6 months prior to enrollment. To participate, enroll, fly on a Delta or Delta Connection flight out of Seattle and request mileage credit by January 9, 2016. Offer not eligible if mileage credit is requested in another airline program. This offer is non-transferable.
Bonus miles will appear 4-6 weeks after flight credit has been issued. Bonus miles do not count toward Medallion® qualification or Million Miler™ status.
Promotional Fulfillment: Your bonus miles will appear automatically on your SkyMiles statement. Allow up to six weeks after your registration and retro-credit processing for credit to appear.
If you’re not targeted for this offer but are still looking for ways to earn Delta SkyMiles or even Medallion Qualifying miles, you can earn 20,000 MQMs annually with the Delta Platinum SkyMiles Card from American Express and 30,000 MQMs annually with the Delta Reserve Card, in addition to the current sign-up bonuses for both of those cards.
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