Amex Will Let Delta Branded Cardholders Borrow Travel Rewards Miles

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Let’s contend we wish to devise an epic outing to Spain and we have loads of credit label points though you’re juuuuuuust bashful of a giveaway flight. American Express recently launched a solution: what they call “Fly Now, Earn Later.”

The module is usually accessible for Amex cards that are co-branded with Delta SkyMiles. In a nutshell, it’s an allege on your rewards miles. Here’s how it works, according to a site:

Log in to your comment to see how many miles we are authorised to accept in allege and name a volume that is right for you
Earn miles that request to your Fly Now, Earn Later change by spending on your comparison Card over a subsequent 6 months
At a finish of a six-month period, any remaining miles in your Fly Now, Earn Later change will be charged to your Card comment during a rate of $0.025 per mile

It’s a improved choice than outrightly shopping points since it allows we to replenish those points with destiny purchases. Of course, if we haven’t recouped enough, we could finish adult profitable for it later. The rate is 2.5 cents per mile, roughly double what a Delta Skymile is worth, according to The Points Guy (1.2 cents).


It’s a targeted offer, so if we have an Amex label co-branded with Delta, record in to your account, conduct to a Benefits section, and see if a offer is available.

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