Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Delta Says Adios to Expiration Dates for Miles

Delta soars above the competition with its latest move (photo by CPY)
About half an hour ago, Delta Airlines made a lot of flyers very, very happy. An email was sent to all Delta loyalty program members stating that miles accrued on the carrier would no longer have an expiration date. Previously, mileage holders had 24 months in which to use their points before they expired. The new policy is backdated to January 1, 2011.

With this extremely customer-friendly move, Delta becomes the only major carrier in the United States to have loyalty miles with no expiration date.

I, for one, think its a good reason to fly Delta in the near future.

Hey, other carriers, did you hear that? Delta actually earns my loyalty with this move. You may want to try it, too.

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