There is a very good, targeted Delta Amex Offer out that gives $75 back on up $300+ in spend with Delta Air Lines. This offer is only good for purchases that are made in US dollars AND for flights that originate in the US (although I’m sure enterprising folks can figure out a way to turn this into Delta credit and apply it to a flight that originate elsewhere).
- Spend $300 in one or more transactions with Delta & get $75 back with a targeted Amex Offer.
- Purchase must be in USD and flights must originate in the US
- Expires December 31st, 2023.
- Offer valid for eligible flight purchases made directly with Delta Air Lines through U.S. website delta.com, via Fly Delta U.S. App and U.S. reservation telephone line.
- Flights must originate in the U.S., including U.S. territories, in order to qualify.
- Offer valid only for purchases where Delta Air Lines is the merchant of record, such as airfare, fare upgrades, seat selection fees, baggage fees, standby fees, and Delta Sky Club® memberships.
- Excludes the following: (i) purchases in-person at the airport where Delta is not the merchant of record, lounges, and sales offices, (ii) all purchases on-board flights including food, beverage, and WiFi, (iii) stand alone hotel bookings and car rentals through delta.com, (iv) purchases through third parties or affiliated agents, and (v) Delta Vacations®, Delta Dive, Delta Cargo, On Demand Charter services, Delta Flight Museum, SkyMiles® Marketplace purchases, SkyMiles Experiences™, SkyMiles Cruises, Delta Meeting Network, (vi) travel insurance/trip protection, gift card purchases, and charitable donations, (vii) Multi-City and one way flights with the same origin/destination requirements.
- Valid only on purchases made in US dollars.
Most recent Delta Amex Offers have been offering various permutations that worked out to 20% back on spend ($60 on $300, $120 on $600, etc). This is obviously a better offer because it gives you a return of 25% when spending exactly $300. That’s pretty good, particularly with it being valid on one or more transactions.
It seems to be fairly targeted. After Doctor of Credit originally reported it, I checked both my wife and my cards, and we’re 0-28. I’ve seen lots of other folks who’ve been left to pound sand as well.
If you are lucky enough to have this offer, it has one hoop to jump through that could make it slightly irritating: the flights must originate in the US. That said, many folks have been able to effectively apply these to other flights by booking a main cabin flight that complies with the terms and then cancelling it after 24 hours to retain a Delta flight credit. If going this route, do note that ensuing flight credit will only be valid for one year.