I usually conduct most of my "air business" through Jet Blue. Yesterday, I went to log in points for my recent trip to Cuba when I discovered that I had two accounts - one under my maiden name and one under my married name. Putting both of these accounts together would amount to over 11,000 Trueblue points! I immediately called and had the accounts merged. Little did I know I have enough points to book a one way flight.
This sparked my interest in the flyer programs. I'll be heading to Riviera Maya this week on Delta and thought I might as well join their program too. Why not.
Here's what I found out:
- General members receive 5 miles per dollar on flight bookings (Delta Sky Miles)
- Book an Airbnb* through Delta (*Accommodations MUST be booked through DeltaAirbnb to receive miles). Get 1 mile for every dollar spent
- Delta Sky Miles Dining: There are a host of restaurants, retailers and specialty partners to get miles from. Register your debit card and you'll receive 5 miles for every dollar spent (including tax and tip!). Limited time offer: Earn up to 3,000 miles by eating at a participating restaurant, details here.
Let's get these trips in ya'll!