Northwest and Delta are giving out bonus miles to link your Worldperks and SkyMiles accounts. Although, I’m not exactly sure how many miles you get!
Scott and I both got the same letter on the same date last month. His letter offered 1,000 bonus miles for linking his accounts; mine offered 500 bonus miles. All the other information in the letter is the same.
I did some searching in the Flyertalk forums, and it looks like the original offer was for 500 miles, but they’ve increased it to 1,000 now. Of course, since both our letters had the same date, I’m not sure.
To get the bonus miles, you need to link your accounts by July 31, 2009. Bonus miles will post to the account 4-6 weeks after the end of the promotion.
I’m pleased about the merger of the mileage accounts, since we have thousands of miles in our Worldperks accounts, but just a handful in our SkyMiles accounts. Now we just need somewhere to fly to…
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