(EXPIRED) Earn 60x Delta SkyMiles On FTD Purchases (YMMV)

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With Mother’s Day coming up, many of us are looking at ways to boost our mileage balances while simultaneously getting our moms something special. The 1-800 Flowers offers (such as this one and this one) are one option, but FTD has the potential to offer an even greater return.

Delta SkyMiles Shopping FTD

The Deal

  • Earn 2X SkyMiles on eligible transactions with new participating partners from March 20, 2018 to May 31, 2018.
  • Registration required – direct link.

Key Terms

  • Registered SkyMiles members will earn a 100% bonus on eligible transactions with any new participating partner they earn miles with between March 20, 2018 and May 31, 2018. The term “New” refers to a partner the member has not earned miles with during the period January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017.

Quick Thoughts

We posted about this promotion in greater detail when it launched in March, so check out this post for more details about all the participating partners.

Seeing as Mother’s Day is coming up, it seemed worth highlighting again one of the best potential deals. The SkyMiles Shopping portal ordinarily offers 30x SkyMiles for purchases from FTD. This promotion doubles that rate, so you’d actually earn 60x SkyMiles with FTD.

There are two very important terms to be aware of though. First, you have to register for the promotion (a link is above).

Secondly, if you earned miles through the SkyMiles shopping portal at all in 2017, you won’t earn double points. If you did earn points through the portal but your partner didn’t, that’d be one way to still have access to the 60x rate.

Be aware that there’s a separate Delta / FTD partnership that only offers 20 SkyMiles per dollar, so you need to go through SkyMiles Shopping in order to earn 60 SkyMiles per dollar.

Last updated on June 2nd, 2018

About Stephen Pepper

Stephen Pepper is on a 5 year, 50 state road trip with his wife Shae and their dog Truffles. Finding opportunities to earn miles and points is one of the ways they can afford to do this, so he'll try to help you do the same for your own travels.

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~$0.016 per point if you’re just using this to buy points.

Jamal
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“Since miles earned at FTD are not rewarded via SkyMiles Shopping, associated purchases will not qualify towards SkyMiles Shopping bonuses.”

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Just ordered a floor plant for $99 (fortunately can classify this as an office expense). Unfortunately, (unlike with 1-800-Flowers) the ridiculously excessive “service fees” cannot be avoided on FTD if gaining Skymiles since the $30 annual FTD Gold Membership to avoid those fees is considered a discount, and double dipping offers/discounts is not allowed. Upon transaction completion the screen says 6-8 weeks for miles to post, so no way to know if this will gain the 60 miles/$ until after the program ends.

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[…] Basically $65 for $35. Shipping seems to be $9 for members (and membership is free). There are probably better flower deals out there (e.g 60x Delta miles). […]

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[…] Basically $65 for $35. Shipping seems to be $9 for members (and membership is free). There are probably better flower deals out there (e.g 60x Delta miles). […]

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[…] Online flower delivery stores frequently offer eye popping deals to earn miles when shopping.  “30 miles per dollar!” sounds fantastic… until you dig until the details.  Once you add shipping and handling fees, and sales tax, to your $35 order, you’ll likely find that the total charge is closer to $60.  And, since miles aren’t earned on the shipping & handling & tax portion of an order, the actual miles per dollar earned is much less.  Given the huge shipping & handling fees, It takes a really special deal to make ordering flowers just for miles worthwhile (ironically, we reported one deal that may be worth paying shipping & handling just yesterday: Earn 60x Delta SkyMiles On FTD Purchases). […]

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