Earn a Bonus Amex Gift Card or SkyMiles with Delta Gift Card Purchases!

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A pair of Delta eGift card promotions can earn you bonus SkyMiles or an American Express gift card — all of which can be helpful for saving money on positioning flights to/from cruise ports!

$25 Bonus Amex Gift Card

Earn a $25 bonus American Express eGift card when you purchase a $250 Delta eGift card through eGifter. The promotion is on this page; you can take advantage of it up to five times. (We are an eGifter affiliate and may earn a commission when you generously use our links to make a purchase. Thank you!) 

In addition to credit cards, eGifter accepts PayPal. That’s good news if you have a Chase Freedom Flex℠ card (or legacy Chase Freedom, which is no longer open for new applications). PayPal is one of this quarter’s 5% cash back (5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points) bonus categories.

The promotion runs through November 30 or while supplies last, whichever comes sooner.

We blogged about this on Eye of the Flyer, and some readers had problems processing their orders. However, several dozen others were able to complete their orders. So, your mileage may vary.

A Delta Air Lines jet in Atlanta

3X-7X Bonus SkyMiles

Delta and CashStar teamed up for a promotion offering SkyMiles members bonus miles for each dollar spent on Delta eGift cards, with a $400 minimum.

If SkyMiles members purchase at least $400 in gift cards through this promotion, they’ll earn:

  • SkyMiles members without Medallion status: 3X SkyMiles
  • Silver Medallion: 4X Miles
  • Gold Medallions: 5X Miles
  • Platinum Medallions: 6X Miles
  • Diamond Medallions: 7X Miles

I purchased a $400 gift card, and “DELTA AIR LINES GC” is the pending vendor. But CashStar (a third-party vendor) is fulfilling the order. Just for grins, I used my Amex Platinum card because it earns 5X Membership Rewards on flight purchases made directly with airlines and through Amex Travel (on up to $500,000 on these purchases per calendar year). My guess is that I’ll end up earning 1X, though.

The promotion runs through November 29.

Time to Set Sail!

If you anticipate purchasing future air travel on Delta and want to earn some Amex eGift credit and/or SkyMiles, this might be a great opportunity for you!

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Chris Carley
Chris Carley
Chris, in addition to running EyeoftheFlyer.com, is a travel, points, miles, and credit card aficiando. He can teach us how to leverage points to make one unimaginable cruise not just attainable but affordable. Why not fly and stay for free before the cruise — which you’ll pay for with points?

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