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Delta has announced their latest redemption option for SkyMiles members, however it’s only for those uber SkyMiles members with millions of miles. Delta will now allow their members to redeem for travel on their private jets! This new option won’t come cheap though- you’ll be able to redeem 2,500,00 SkyMiles for a $25,000 private jet card.
Delta’s SkyMiles Members now have a way to redeem their miles toward luxurious and convenient travel on Delta Private Jets.
Starting today, beginning at 2.5 million miles for a $25,000 Jet Card, SkyMiles Members can redeem for Delta Private Jet service, opening up a new world of luxury to Members.
The Jet Card enables customers to pre-fund a travel card, allowing for simplified booking, guaranteed jet availability and locked-in rates for private jet travel. Price points for the card ordinarily begin at $100,000.
SkyMiles Members may utilize the Jet Card to purchase both private and commercial air travel on Delta Private Jets and Delta Air Lines respectively for business and pleasure travel, a unique advantage for Jet Card members.
If you are looking to earn some bonus SkyMiles, consider The Gold Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express or The Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express.
For those SkyMiles members who have 2,500,000 SkyMiles sitting in their SkyMiles account collecting dust (hey, they never expire, right?) this could be a great aspirational redemption.
With regards to the private jets they do feature WiFi onboard, so you’ll be able to post to instagram or twitter while flying on these!
Any readers who plan on redeeming for these awards, please share below (and feel free to invite me with you!)
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