1,500 MQM’s or 2 Free Months With Delta Sky Club Membership

by on November 2, 2012 · 11 comments

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Delta has launched a Delta Sky Club holiday promotion where Medallion members offering an additional two months of Sky Club membership for free or 1,500 Medallion Qualifying Miles when they purchase or renew a one- or three-year club membership by December 31, 2012.

To get the additional 2 months free, use the promo code SC2MO. To get the 1,500 MQM’s toward elite status, include the promo code SCMQM when making your purchase.

Per the terms and conditions: Offer is valid only from November 1 to December 31, 2012, and applies to new or renewing one-year, three-year or joint memberships purchased at the same time as the primary member. You may renew your Delta Sky Club membership before your current membership ends and take advantage of the promotion. If you enroll in the promotion and are an existing member, your new membership will be added to the end of your existing term. Membership is effective from the date of purchase and continues for the duration of the membership type purchased. Mileage redemption is not an option. Delta Sky Club memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable. This offer is not retroactive and cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or award. Offer entitles the new or renewing Delta Sky Club member to one of the following options when purchasing or renewing a Delta Sky Club membership: two additional months free using Promotion Code SC2MO (or) 1,500 Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs) using Promotion Code SCMQM. Once a reward selection is made, the selection cannot be changed. If selected, free months will be added automatically to the end of the membership. If selected, MQMs will be awarded to the primary account holder at the time of purchase. For new members only, we will also waive the $50 initiation fee.

Delta Sky Club facilities may be used only in conjunction with same-day ticketed air travel on any airline. You must be at least 18 years of age for Club membership. You must be at least 21 years of age to enter Clubs with a self-service bar, unless you are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Access to partner lounges is subject to partner rules, terms and conditions. All Delta Sky Club rules apply. To review the rules, please visit Offers and rules subject to change. Additional restrictions may apply

Promotional Reference Code: Refer Delta customer service representative to 97060724.

I personally get access to the Delta Sky Club with my Amex Platinum card, but for those of you who fly Delta a lot and don’t have the card or a membership, the extra perk of either 2 additional free months or 1,500 MQM’s might be worth it – especially those who just need that little extra to put them over the threshold for the next level of Medallion membership.

Just as a reminder one-year Sky Club fees are as follows:

-General Member: $450
-Silver Medallion: $400
-Gold Medallion: $350
-Platinum Medallion: $300
-Diamond Medallion: Complimentary for duration of status

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  • Walkinpneumonia

    I’ve not used very much of my AmEx Platinum reimbursement money so 1,500 MQMs for about $100 doesn’t seem too bad.

  • Allan Klein

    I had the same thought. Will AMEX reimburse SC membership? I have about $180 in airline reimbursement for Delta left this year but since we already get admission with AMEX Platinum, I’m wondering if it’s more likely to get reimbursed by purchasing day passes as gifts. Sure, no MQM bonus but I don’t want to purchase, find I don’t get reimbursed and be stuck with a $300 membership I already got the benefits from.

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  • Kathy

    I am just 56 MQM short for silver this year. What is the best way to earn/buy a small number of points?

  • Elizabeth Smith

    This is the lowest number of MQMs I have seen, plus you get the club membership. You can also purchase MQMs, but they are in increments of 2500:

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  • Nick

    I just signed up for this even though I have AmEx Platinum. Platinum benefits don’t always apply at international lounges, plus upon signup they waived the $50 “initiation fee” and I was credited 10,000 bonus SkyMiles (non MQM) which was a nice surprise!

  • Tkalteux

    This promotion didn’t work for me. I entered the code SCMQM and not only did they not waive the $50 fee they never posted my MQMs. Now I am getting the runaround from Delta saying I have to go to a club to get someone to resolve this for me. When I go to the club they tell me I have to call customer care.

  • Nick

    Im guessing you didn’t actually select the option. I almost didn’t it was confusing. Once you entered the code, the normal signup option was still open, you had to scroll down and there was a 1 and 3 year option that showed the 1500 MQM credit along with the $50 fee waived. I just checked and it is still that way. You might have better luck signing up again and then selecting the right option and then having them cancel the previous memebership..

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