Targeted: 75,000 SkyMiles Offer On Gold Delta Amex – No Lifetime Language

Delta is sending out targeted emails offering up to 75,000 SkyMiles as a signup bonus when applying for the Gold Delta American Express credit card. Even better, the offer comes without the once-per-lifetime language.

Gold Delta SkyMiles Credit Card 75,000 Miles

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Earn 50,000 SkyMiles when spending $2,000 in the first three months, then a further 25,000 SkyMiles after spending an additional $1,000 in the first six months.
  • Expires February 20, 2019.

Quick Thoughts

This is an excellent deal if you’re targeted as it’s a higher total bonus than is normally offered for the Gold Delta card. $3,000 of spend in six months should be achievable for most people (albeit with $2,000 of that needing to come in the first three months), while the lack of once-per-lifetime language makes the offer even better.

I sadly wasn’t targeted, otherwise I’d be jumping on this. I’ve had this card before so it’d be nice to get another signup bonus.

If you are targeted, it looks like this offer is available for both the personal and business version of the card. The link takes you to the personal card application – just click on ‘Looking for a business card?’ and it’ll switch to the business card application.

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Max

Does a $50 Delta eGift cars trigger the $50 credit?

Sarah
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Sarah

My wife is targeted for this, but she has not gotten a Delta Gold before. I think it’s better if she self refers from BGR (20k MR) for the 60k Gold Delta, then maybe apply later for the targeted offer before it expires?

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Ash

Would you recommend applying for both personal and business at the same time?

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Adam K

If you log into Delta.com and click on their link looking for info at credit cards, it’ll give you Delta offers with no Lifetime Language. I can get the Delta Gold 30k miles no Lifetime Language directly through their site….obviously that’s a low offer, and you can probably earn more if you simply self-refer. Just pointing it out for others

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Steve
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Steve

I signed up in September for the 60,000 point offer. Do they ever match the signup bonus after the fact?

Greg
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The link above didn’t work for me, but I just logged into my Delta account and there was an ad for this offer.