I recently flew from Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport (YOW) to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) with Delta Air Lines on a Delta Connection flight. There has been a lot of bad publicity about Delta Air Lines, especially because of…
The Delta SkyMiles Gold MasterCard is actually the only Canadian co-branded airline credit card in Canada that does not have an annual fee. This credit card has generally been flying under the radar because not everyone is a fan of collecting Delta SkyMiles.
The rules of the points game is constantly evolving, especially when airline loyalty programs have significant changes to their earning and reward structures. I have always talked about diversification. So today, I will explain how I have structured my airline points’ portfolio.
Delta Air Lines’ loyalty program, SkyMiles, has been hit with a lot of devaluation news in the last while. But if you are still a fan of Delta Air Lines, below is a list of most of its destinations out of a Canadian airport.
Delta Air Lines has been on the news quite often lately, mostly due to its devaluation announcements. However, they are offering a 1,000 sign up bonus when you sign up for a SkyMiles account.
UPDATE- RBC Reward conversion and American Airlines AAdvantage added to the list. For today’s post, the will focus will be on frequent flyer programs that are relatively easier to earn points within Canada, whether with a co-branded credit card, American Express…
So a few people have asked us about the Delta SkyMiles changes that is coming out with major changes as of January 1, 2015, so we are going to write a post providing a few highlights and comments on the upcoming changes…
Delta Air Lines has a rewards program called SkyMiles, which is a very underrated program for Canadians, so I am going to point out all the positives.
I feel that the Delta SkyMiles World MasterCard has been flying under the radar in Canada, so I thought that I would give it a moment to shine. A big reason why I like Delta SkyMiles is because their points do not expire. You do not need to keep your account active or anything and their surcharges are fair.
If you are a frequent traveler outside of Canada we have very slim pickings on what is available to us. But there are still some hidden gems out there. Please keep in mind that the suggestions below are for frequent flyers (I would say at least 5 or more trips per year outside of Canada).
First of all, if you plan on renting a car or buying a flight ticket, I recommend using some of the top travel rewards credit cards that have good travel insurance coverage. My top picks are: