Delta has really been investing in their Sky Clubs lately with several new clubs and renovations in several cities including Los Angeles, San Francicso, Atlanta, Seattle, Nashville and Denver to name a few.
I’ve recently reviewed the food offerings at their club in San Francicso, which rivals their JFK Terminal 4 SkyClub for best food offerings in my book. With all the new locations and amenities, their have been some changes to their 2017 pricing, which Delta has confirmed.
Delta’s New Sky Club Pricing for 2017:
How To Access Sky Clubs With Certain Credit Cards:
There are many credit cards which provide access to the Delta SkyClubs including the new one at SFO. As reminder both The Platinum Card® from American Express as well as the Business Platinum Card from American Express provide complimentary SkyClub access.
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While I personally receive Delta Sky Club access with The Platinum Card® from American Express every time I fly Delta, however I’m amazed at the number of Sky Club members I see when checking in to the clubs.
When it comes to the new prices, the individual membership goes up $45 per year, however the SkyMiles price decreased by 23,000 SkyMiles. For the Executive Membership, the fee is increasing $50 while the SkyMiles price decreases 40,000 SkyMiles to 70,000 SkyMiles for a year. With the new locations and enhanced food items, I can’t say I’m surprised that the membership prices are going up, however on the bright side for those who redeem SkyMiles, you’ll now be saving several thousand. Terms Apply.
Are you a Sky Club member? What are your thoughts on the new Sky Club pricing?