All About Delta Airlines Credit Cards


Let’s talk about Delta Airlines and their credit cards. Personally, I really like Delta. Their seats are super comfortable and I like to use them so I can use the Delta SkyClub Lounges! I get to visit Delta Sky Clubs anytime I fly Delta thanks to my American Express Platinum card.

Delta Airlines’ frequent flyer program is the SkyMiles program and you can sign up for a free Delta SkyMiles account.  I recommend doing this as it will greatly increase your odds of getting targeted signup offers. Delta is part of the SkyTeam Alliance along with:

  • AeroMexico
  • Alitalia
  • China Eastern
  • KLM
  • Korean Air
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Air France
  • AeroFlot
  • Kenya Airways
  • China Southern
  • China
  • Vietnam Airlines
  • Garuda Indonesia
  • Aerolinas Argentinas
  • Czech Airlines
  • XiamenAir
  • Middle East Airlines


Delta Credit Cards

If you live near a Delta hub and fly Delta Airlines often, consider getting a Delta credit card. They are all offered by American Express so will be under the once-in-a-lifetime bonus rule. That is why you want to get them when the bonus offer is elevated.  If you are concerned about adding to your Chase 5/24 count, consider opening a Delta business card.


Delta SkyMiles® Blue American Express Card

The Delta Blue card is the no annual fee Delta card. This is a good option if you want to downgrade one of your Delta cards. Keep in mind, that you won’t get a welcome bonus when you downgrade. This bonus is just 10,000 miles though so nothing to get too excited about.



Delta SkyMiles® Gold American Express Card

The Delta Gold card is our favorite card for those just getting started with Delta cards. The welcome offer on this card fluctuates. I would only recommend signing up if the welcome offer is 60,000+ points. We like this card because the annual fee is waived the first year, you get the first checked bag for free, and the minimum spending requirement is just $2,000 in 3 months.


Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card

The Delta Platinum card is a good option for those who love Delta and fly with them often. With this card, you will get an annual companion ticket. Keep in mind the companion ticket can only be used for travel within the contiguous 48 states.


Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card

Now if you really really love Delta and fly them a lot then the Delta Reserve card might be a good card for you. This card includes access to Delta SkyClub lounges but honestly, I’d probably just get the American Express Platinum card because that includes access to Delta lounges also as well as many other lounges.


Delta SkyMiles® Gold Business American Express Card

Want to get some Delta Skymiles but don’t want it to count towards your Chase 5/24 count? The Delta Gold business card might be a great choice!


Delta SkyMiles® Platinum Business American Express Card

The Delta Platinum Business card is just like the personal version of this card. Enjoy those same benefits but don’t worry about it counting towards Chase 5/24


Delta Flash Sales

One of the best ways to save money on Delta Airlines flights is to sign up for their flash sale alerts. Whether you want to use a few miles to get somewhere or spend less cash, flash sales are the perfect way to book a flight. I mean, who doesn’t love a good sale?


Other Ways to Get Delta Miles

Did you know that American Express Membership Rewards are a partner with Delta Airlines? This is my favorite way to get more Delta Skymiles. I have a lot of Membership Rewards and have transferred some to Delta when I went to Maui once. Gotta love a good credit card with transferable points!

Westin Maui Resort and Spa Ariel View

I flew home from Maui on Delta Airlines using SkyMiles!


Bottom Line

Delta Airlines is a great choice to travel with. The seats are comfortable, the staff is friendly and there are plenty of ways to use SkyMiles. Make and sign up for one of their credit cards when the bonus is high as AMEX has their once per lifetime rule.




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