Delta Shuttle 2500 Mile Each Way Bonus

Through July 26, Delta is offering 2500 miles each way (no roundtrip required) on the Delta Shuttle between DC, New York, and Boston. Registration is required, and all standard paid fare classes qualify (even L, U, and T fares).

That’s 5000 bonus miles roundtrip, and I’m seeing weekend fares under $150. Since it’s “per segment” a shuttle flight in conjunction with a longer itinerary should count, at least that’s my read, so (especially if you live in a shuttle market) you may want to add connections onto your larger Delta itineraries to include shuttle flights.

Sadly, for those with Northwest elite status, you’ll need to credit to a Delta Skymiles account in order to earn this bonus.

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  1. I’ve stayed at this hotel a few times as it’s a great for those early morning flights ex-BKK! Though some travelers may not like the risk, you can generally get a pretty cheap rate by calling and telling them that you’re in the terminal & want their lowest rate – and when they give it to you, ask for something lower & see if they have anything else. I’ve gotten rooms here as a walk-up from the terminal for as low as 2200 THB & never more than 3500 THB as a walk-up, which is way cheaper than what they sell on their website. Of course, it’s a risk that you may just be sleeping on a bench at BKK, but it’s always paid out for me.

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