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Delta has announced limited-time offers for its AmEx credit cards ? the welcome bonuses are double what they're normally worth

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Finally, Delta's premium AmEx credit card, the Delta Reserve card, is offering the same 75,000 miles and 5,000 MQMs, but you'll have to spend $5,000 in the first three months. They all offer perks for Delta flyers, including one free checked bag for each person on the cardholder's reservation, priority boarding so you can settle in sooner and snag space in the overhead compartments, a 20% discount in the form of a statement credit on Delta in-flight purchases, and no foreign-transaction fees. The Delta Reserve card has a higher, $450 annual fee, but it has a few additional perks that can make it worthwhile for some frequent flyers. Additionally, the Delta Reserve offers full access to Delta Sky Club lounges whenever the cardholder is flying with Delta (the Gold and Platinum SkyMiles cards offer discounts on single-access Sky Club passes). If you fly Delta with a partner, friend, or family members at least once or twice a year domestically, the Platinum SkyMiles card is probably more worthwhile for you because the companion pass can essentially pay for the annual fee.

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