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Delta has launched a promotion where you can earn 50% bonus miles with select partners, up to a total of 10,000 bonus SkyMiles, through September 30, 2018. This promotion isn't targeted per say but is available only to US-based SkyMiles members.
- Eligibility: This offer is limited to SkyMiles members residing in the US.
- Offer Registration: Offer registration is required. To register, members need to visit the dedicated landing page and register with their SkyMiles number. The registration page will display a message if the member is not eligible. Members can register from July 21, 2018, until July 24, 2018.
- Offer: Registered SkyMiles members will earn 50% bonus miles for every eligible transaction with participating partner they earn miles with between July 21, 2018, and September 30, 2018, up to a maximum of 10,000 bonus miles per member.
- Participating Partners: The following SkyMiles partners are participating in this offer: Hotels & Airbnb, Car Rental Partners & Lyft, SkyMiles Cruises, FTD, Vinesse, SkyMiles Shopping US and SkyMiles Dining.
Full promotion terms can be found on the registration page.
If a promotion requires only a simple registration, with the opportunity to earn bonus miles, we're always going to register and recommend you do the same. That said, 50% bonus SkyMiles on the base earning with a maximum of 10,000 SkyMiles isn't something that we'd suggest guide a shift in your habits.
However, some of these partners are easy to earn with and are entirely passive. Lyft is by far the easiest, seconded by SkyMiles dining and possibly Airbnb. Don't leave miles on the table, register now, as you must register by July 24th.
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