Posted by William Charles on July 22, 2019
Airline Rewards

Published on July 22nd, 2019 | by William Charles

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[YMMV] Delta: 20,000 Delta SkyBonus Points For Signing Up (Delta’s Business Program)

The Offer

Direct link to offer (bonus isn’t mentioned on page)

  • Delta is offering 20,000 bonus SkyBonus points when your employees fly Delta and Partners. You need to enroll using the promo code OPENJUL19 by 7/31/19. You’ll receive the 20,000 points after you book and fly within 60 days of enrollment.

The Fine Print

  • Must enroll by 7/31/19
  • Must use promo code OPENJUL19
  • Flight must be completed within 60 days of enrolling

Our Verdict

Few things to note:

If you have a legitimate business then I’d go for it, otherwise it’s not worth it as they will just shut your account down. It’s also unclear if you need to have received the e-mail or not as the promo code is generic. They have previously offered 10,000 points and 15,000 points so this bonus is slightly better than both of those.

Hat tip to Rich D



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Snog
Snog

Would a non-profit that I am involved in qualify as a business?

Kevin
Kevin

Any DP’s on how quickly they shut it down? I mean, if you sign up, book, and fly within a 1 or 2 week time span for the bonus Amex MRs and then they shut it down, that’s not a big loss. If they shut it down the day after you sign up, that’s a different story.

Edit: after looking into it further, I may have misunderstood. I thought this was for 20k bonus MRs, not Delta points.

Hari
Hari

Hi William Charles possible typo of 200,000 points instead of 20,000 mentioned above? :Delta is offering 200,000 bonus SkyBonus points …”

DCL
DCL

Is using an EIN (sole prop) sufficient to avoid scrutiny as a real business?

Dav
Dav

Delta is offering “200,000” bonus

stumpy
stumpy

If regular skymiles are skypesos, these things are skybolívars

Joel
Joel

You also need to add 5 employees within the year if not they will shut down the account

Joel
Joel

Participation in the SkyBonus program (the “Program”) is limited to small and mid-size companies (“Company”) that spend a minimum of $5,000 USD in “eligible flight revenue” (as defined below) each calendar year, and that have a minimum of five unique employee travelers conducting eligible travel each calendar year.

someones1
someones1

I saw the headline and came to post a link to my comment from a few years ago… but you already linked it! I think that linked comment says it all but to repeat again: it’s really, really not worth spending the time trying to game the SkyBonus system if you don’t have a real business with real Delta spend.

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