Double SkyBonus Points (Targeted)


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The Delta SkyBonus program is a rewards program that allows businesses to earn rewards for their employee travel. Along with normal accrual rates for flights, they run special targeted promotions for specific accounts. I was just sent the following offer for double Skybonus points on select routes.

Double Skybonus Points Promo (Targeted)

REGISTER NOW TO EARN DOUBLE POINTS UNTIL MARCH 31 ON EACH FLIGHT YOUR COMPANY TAKES!

Double Skybonus Points (Targeted)

Double Skybonus Points (Targeted)

To take advantage of this private, limited time offer, your company must register prior to purchasing on any nonstop eligible ticket between the above mentioned routes by March 31, 2016. Sign in to your account and click on the “My SkyBonus” tab then select “Promotions” to register for this promotion. For more information, see the Terms and Conditions below.

Bottom Line

The SkyBonus program rewards from Delta can add up fast. If there is any chance you think you’ll find yourself on one of these routes, make sure you register your business account for any eligible promotions.

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