New Delta Award Sale with over 8,000 Domestic Routes on Sale


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Delta has announced a new sale where they are discounting award redemptions on over 8,000 routes.

The Offer

Jet away for the weekend — or several weekends — this summer and fall with incredible Award savings. You have more than 8,000 choices for Awards starting at just 5,500 miles one-way plus taxes and fees.

Things to Know

  • Purchase By: June 7, 2016
  • Travel Period: August 23 – November 16, 2016
  • Advance Purchase: 21 days

You can find a list of routes and the full terms on the promotion page.

More Routes Available

Just because a route isn’t listed on the official sale page, doesn’t mean it won’t be discounted. I found several unlisted routes from Las Vegas for example that were cheaper than normal. Delta even says, “Don’t see your city listed? Click Book Now and enter your city for more Award deals.”

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[…] New Delta Award Sale with over 8,000 Domestic Routes on Sale […]

[…] can see the released record of routes listed here (h/t Regular Miler).  According to the news release that I observed, you need to reserve by June 7th for travel […]

[…] can view the published list of routes here (h/t Frequent Miler).  According to the news release that I saw, you need to book by June 7th for travel August 23rd […]


Indianapolis – New York, Sep 25-20k miles round trip
Indianapolis – San Juan, Aug/Sep 40-52k miles round trip

Where’s the sale???


Indianapolis – New York, Sep 25-30k miles round trip

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Nobody can be expected to believe an award sale absent an award chart, except for those who mail crayon-addressed letters to the North Pole at Christmas.


I’m seeing a fundamental logical conflict in this announcement. Can there be a “Sale” price after regular published pricing was abolished?! Somebody forgot to tell Delta Marketing about the new opaque pricing regime.