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The offer on the personal version of the Delta Reserve card recently increased to an all-time high of 10,000 MQMs and 40,000 miles with $3,000 spend (See: Highest-ever bonus: 40K miles & 10K MQM) — and now that offer is also available on the Delta Reserve for Business credit card. These offers are the best we’ve ever seen on these cards.
- Earn 40,000 Delta SkyMiles and 10,000 MQMs after spending $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months
- $450 annual fee is not waived
Key Card Benefits
- 2X on Delta purchases, 1X everywhere else
- Delta SkyClub access when flying Delta
- 15,000 bonus SkyMiles and MQMs when you spend $30,000 in a calendar year (and another 15K SkyMiles and MQMs at $60,000 spend)
- Free domestic economy or first class companion fare after your first account anniversary
- Priority boarding and free checked bags
This is a great offer for those chasing Delta status as you can now pick up a nice chunk of miles in addition to the ability to spend towards Delta Diamond status. The signup bonus on this card has been 10K miles & 10K MQMs after first purchase for years — the increased mileage bonus has never been available before to my knowledge.
As a reminder, Amex only allows 1 signup bonus per lifetime on their cards. If you have or have previously had this card, you would not be eligible to receive the bonus again.
This is a business card, so you must have a business to apply for it. That said, many people have a business without even realizing it. If you sell things on eBay or Craigslist or you do handyman jobs or write a blog, you certainly may consider those things to be a sole proprietorship (in which case, you could apply using your name and SSN as the tax ID number).
A link to this offer has been added to our Best Credit Card Offers page, where you can find the best publicly available offers on many great cards.
H/T: René’s Points