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delta-award-chart-2015-delta-iconLast week, Delta shocked the frequent flyer world by completely removing the Delta award chart.  They had originally published their award chart for travel departing from North America back in March 2014, and then finally released the rest of the charts later in the year.

(SEE ALSO: Complete list of 2015 Delta award chart changes)

(SEE ALSO: 2015 Delta award changes – followup and analysis)

Delta award chart 2015 – part of the 2015 Skymiles program


This is part of the Delta Skymiles 2015 program, where they have changed the way that you earn miles (based on the cost of the ticket instead of the actual number of miles flown), as well as now allowed one-way award redemptions and enhanced their award calendar to allow week-long searching.


(SEE ALSO: Delta Award Travel: 5 tricks to Delta’s improved award search calendar)

Delta award chart 2015 – an archive!

Delta had even gone so far as to request that the pages be removed from the Internet archive, but as it turns out, I had actually written down the Delta award chart 2015 a few weeks ago as part of the Mile Matrix app.

(SEE ALSO: Mile Matrix: Any country to any other country on any airline)

(SEE ALSO: Mile Matrix: FAQs on how to use the app to check the mile price between any countries on any airline)


The 2 prices are for Economy and then Business / First, which is how they published the Delta award chart 2015.  Where there are 3 prices listed (between the US, Canada and Hawaii), the prices are for Economy, Business and then First.

It should hopefully go without saying that these prices are in the thousands of miles :-).

Delta award chart 2015 – archived screenshots

Even though Delta tried to remove all the copies of the Delta award chart, this being the Internet, of course they got out.  If you’d like to see copies of the official charts (and check if I made any mistakes!), Delta Points has cataloged them on the Delta Essentials section of his site.

Hopefully this helps get the word out – you don’t need to rely on whatever “the computer” says when pricing a Delta award!


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