$50 Off Delta Flights To Select European Cities

Mar 18, 2011

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Just got the below email. Since I’m already over-subscribed with European travel, I am offering up my certificate code to someone who may be able to use it. Just comment below if you use it so someone else doesn’t waste their time. Also, if you’d like to donate yours for other people below (remember, it’s always good to build up a bank of travel karma) feel free to leave your codes in the comment section below. It technically says the owner must use it, but I have a hunch they will work for anyone. Let me know if that’s not the case and I’ll update this post.

Hello Mr. Points Guy,
Get together with your family and friends and get away this spring. See Europe before the height of the summer season and get a one-time discount of $50 off each fare for you and up to nine of your travel companions. Your $50 credit is good on flights flown to 13 select cities in Europe through April 12, 2011.Your certificate number for this offer is: 94JSJK1AYour redemption code for this offer is: 16C6LMUKP

From the medieval castles of Ireland, to the ancient ruins of Athens and Las Rambla esplanade in Barcelona—springtime is the perfect time to visit Europe. With so many nonstop flights between the U.S. and Europe, Delta can take you where you want to go.

See you onboard soon.

Athens (ATH)
Barcelona (BCN)
Berlin (TXL)
Copenhagen (CPH)
Dusseldorf (DUS)
Frankfurt (FRA)
London (LHR/LGW)
Madrid (MAD)
Manchester (MAN)
Munich (MUC)
Shannon (SNN)
Stockholm (ARN)
Zurich (ZRH)

Terms & Conditions
Eligibility: Eligible on Delta (including Delta Shuttle®), Delta Connection® carriers: ASA, Comair, Chautauqua, Compass, Freedom, Mesaba, Pinnacle, Shuttle America, and SkyWest and SkyTeam® partners: Air France/KLM, Alitalia and Czech Airlines marketed/operated flights only. Flights operated by other carriers or sold under the marketing codes of other carriers are not eligible. Delta Connection carriers are subject to change. 2011 Dollars Off Europe Travel certificate is valid for round-trip travel on published routings systemwide. Seats available at most fares are limited and may not be available on all flights. 2011 Dollars Off Europe Travel tickets are not transferable once issued. Only nine (9) passengers are permitted per certificate. 2011 Dollars Off Europe Travel certificate is valid for travel between March 18 and April 12, 2011, and must be redeemed on or before April 12, 2011. The validity period will not be extended. Additional restrictions apply.

Restrictions: This certificate can only be redeemed online at this time, and this must be done on or before April 12, 2011. All outbound travel must be between March 18 and April 12, 2011, travel must be completed per inbound fare rule. Only nine (9) passengers are permitted per certificate. This certificate entitles you to a seat in BusinessElite®, First Class, Business Class, or Economy Class. Discount travel is subject to availability. All fare rules, restrictions, advance purchase requirements, and availability are per rule of fare purchased. Seats available at most fares are limited and may not be available on all flights. Ticket may accrue miles. Tickets are eligible for mileage upgrades.

Blackout Dates: Subject to rules of fare purchased. Some fares require an advance purchase of up to 60 days, a Saturday night minimum stay and a one (1) month maximum stay. Stopovers, open jaws and circle trips are not permitted.

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