150 Free Delta Miles for Watching (or Skipping) Short Bose Video

Similar to past American Airlines offers (here, here, here, and here), Bose is offering Delta miles for you to learn more about their Quiet Comfort 15 product and also to get you to buy from them.

  • 150 miles for watching a video about QC15s
  • 350 miles for an in-store demonstration
  • 1500 miles for buying the headphones

The offer runs through September 12. At a minimum, plenty of folks will watch the video for 150 miles. And as in the past, it does appear that one can simply fill out the form at the end to get the miles (you could also click on the video and then fast forward to the end), but frankly they’re asking you to watch the video and offering you miles to do so, that seems like a reasonable bargain to make. It’s not very long…

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  1. Says While Miles Supplies Last, so you’d best do this sooner than later. Nothing in the terms when the 150 for the video will post.

  2. gee there goes my free flight for 150 miles so easily redeemable from the generous Delta program
    what a shame

  3. I got the 350 Miles for the very short in-store demonstration. You stand at a video screen and when you’re told to take your headphones off, the sound of jet engines like in business class come across. I looked around the store, but they were coming from above.

    Couldn’t find the wings.

    They enter the miles through the system automatically, not certificate. Hope they enter the info correctly….YMMV. Make sure they do.


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