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Delta is running another “SkyMiles Flash Deal” promotion. This time you can head to destinations throughout the Caribbean but you will need to move fast as these deals come and go in a flash. We are seeing prices as low as 12.5k Delta SkyMiles to Turks and Caicos with multiple options to Nassau, Cabo, Montego Bay, and St. Thomas for under 20k Delta SkyMiles.
Destinations throughout Mexico are available as well but will cost you a bit more. As is typical with these Skymiles Deals the travel periods are very short. However, these deals are always worth a look to escape the last bit of winter. If you are flexible (or lucky) and have SkyMiles to spare you may be able to score a cheap ticket!
These are main cabin fares, meaning that baggage charges apply, and flights are nonrefundable except in accordance with the Delta cancellation policy. Taxes and fees will be added to each ticket as well. For additional terms and conditions check the link here.
How to Book
- Follow this link to the Delta website and click “Book Now” button next to the itinerary that piques your interest.
- 2/28/2019 through 5/1/2020 with VERY limited windows of availability for each destination.
How Can I Earn Delta SkyMiles?
- If you are low on SkyMiles two of the easiest ways to top up is by signing up for one of the American Express Delta Cards (I’d wait until the bonuses reach where they were in Dan’s post) or the American Express Platinum (and transferring to your SkyMiles account). You can also earn Delta SkyMiles in numerous other ways as described here.
Good luck and let us know if you are able to snag a deal!
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