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The top offer for the Delta American Express card that I’ve seen is now back.  This offer for the Delta American Express card gives 50,000 points after you make $1000 in purchases over the first 3 months of having the card AND gives a $50 statement credit after you make a Delta purchase.  The $95 annual fee is waived the first year


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How to get the Delta American Express 50K offer

The link to get the Delta American Express is here.  According to the Frequent Miler, you may have to try a few times and/or browsers to get the offer.  I was able to use an incognito Chrome window and get the offer on my first try.

This is a public offer and does not pay me or anyone else a commission as far as I know.

Be careful where you apply for the Delta American Express card from

Remember, according to the current rules and best practices of credit card signups, you can only get ONE bonus for each particular card in your LIFETIME.  So you’ll want to make sure to make it count!  50,000 miles plus a $50 statement credit is the top offer I’ve seen, though there have been reports of bigger targeted offers.

I always suggest that people have a PLAN when applying for cards – don’t just apply for a card because it has a high signup bous

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Remember too that many blogs or other websites will have what they call “affiliate” links to cards – currently the top affiliate links that I’m aware of only offer 30,000 Delta Skymiles, so make sure if you’re going to get the bonus, that you get the Delta American Express offer that gives 50,000 Skymiles.

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Happy travels out there!  Delta American Express 50,000 offer link!

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