Delta Amex New Offer $40 Back On $200 Specific Routes

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Check your American Express account/s for the following offer where you can get $40 back when you spend $200 with Delta Air Lines on specific flights by 9/5/19. If you can use these, be sure to add them to your eligible card/s.

Delta Amex New Offer $40 Back On $200 Specific Routes

Delta Air Lines, Spend $200, get $40 back, expires 9/5/19. Flight destination must be BOS, RDU or SEA from any U.S. airport. 

How To Get These Amex Offers For You

If you are new to American Express Offers for You or don’t have an American Express card yet, start here. You must have an eligible American Express Card and then add the Offers For You to your registered card to get the statement credit.

Bottom Line

Check out this latest Delta savings opportunity. Too bad only for specific routes, but still beneficial for some!

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  1. The hardest part for me is that it has to be nonstop. We do have nonstops from CHS-BOS, but I haven’t any fares worth jumping on yet.

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  3. If I purchase two fares on the same itinerary that cost $150 each ($300 total), will I still receive the statement credit? Asking because when I purchase two fares on the same itinerary with other airlines (Southwest, Frontier), it appears as two separate charges on my credit card.

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