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As you are reading this I should be sitting the Crown Room in Amsterdam finishing up my IST mileage run and I will have soon picked up 12,000+ MQM’s and almost 25,000 Skymiles! I am still on track to make Diamond Medallion by the 1st of June!

I paid for this run with a bump voucher and some of my own money. I did not have to reposition for this run but will for others later on in May. I don’t want to have to pay for those flights and want to earn MQM’s if I can rather than use Skymiles to get to my start city. So, I have cards to do that:

All of these will give you points that you can spend just like cash as far as Delta is concerned and earn MQM’s and Skymiles by flying. That is nice! The T&C for each week’s giveaway is posted in week one HERE.  Please keep in mind I am 6hrs ahead of you so I will approve your comments as I can and when I am back on land! So to win today’s swag, the below iGo headset, tell me of these, the one you like the best; if the perks are better for one or the other tell me that too! – René

Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card
from American Express®
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Posted by rene | 131 Comments

131 Responses to “Delta Points Swag Saturday/Sunday giveaway – week #4”

  1. JOsh says:

    Amex gold?

  2. Rich O'Conor says:

    Chase Sapphire

  3. Miguel says:

    Capital One Venture card

  4. MSPDeltaDude says:

    Chase SP for sure! Love it!

  5. Jesse M says:

    Capital one, but only because I live in Richmond. I don’t have any of the three.
    Thanks, Rene’!

  6. Vinay says:

    US Bank flex perks Cards!

  7. Curtis says:

    Capital One. It has no foreign exchange fees.

  8. Pablo says:

    1) US BANK Flex Perks card

  9. Julia Jenkins says:

    I love my Delta Amex. It is the go to card for me.

  10. B-Rad says:

    Love Swag Saturdays! I’d like iGo’s Noise Canceling headphones

  11. David says:

    I would go with the Venture card from this list, as its the only one that I currently have.

  12. P T says:

    I think the Delta AMEX card. It is easier for me to keep track of miles than cash or points on those other cards. My sophistication level is low.

  13. Sam says:

    flex perks wins!

  14. Dennis says:

    Dont have the other 2……..but the US Bank card is exactly what it says it is………….flexibility is key to travel………..

  15. Dale R says:

    Capital One Venture card – I like that they give 2% on all purchases – no remembering which category gives bonuses!

  16. David says:

    Barclaycard Arrival™ World MasterCard®

  17. Anthony C says:

    The US Bank card is the best by far.

  18. AJM says:

    US Bank Flexperks card because of the 3x points for charitable giving.

  19. Charles says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred for sure!

  20. Shticklemyer says:

    Amex Delta Reserve card

  21. joel a. says:

    Barclaycard Arrival™ World MasterCard®

  22. JetsetterFL says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred…

  23. Brian H says:

    US Bank Flex Perks

  24. Greg M says:

    The Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard.

  25. Doug says:

    US Bank Flex Perks, hands diwn.

  26. Chris S. says:

    Cap one venture card–because of the commercials!

  27. Judy S says:

    1) US BANK Flex Perks card

  28. Joe says:

    I’d say the Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard.

  29. Rich says:

    Us bank flex perks

  30. Lee says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred

  31. PCB says:

    Capital One. It has no foreign exchange fees for my adventures!

  32. Steve says:

    US Bank Flex Perks Cd

  33. Stephen says:

    Amex Gold at 3 points per dollar

  34. Sanjeev says:

    Capital One Venture card – double points everywhere and ‘travel eraser’ to pay for past travel.

  35. Jen K says:

    Flexperks is the only one I have so I’m going with that one!

  36. Tom V says:

    Capital One Venture Card!

  37. John says:

    Fexperks for me!

  38. James M says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred for sure!

  39. Michael H.(oldfox) says:

    Amex Delta……. of course!

  40. ASW says:

    American Express Platinum Delta SkyMiles card :-)

  41. Russell says:

    Delta AMEX Reserve

  42. Chris says:

    Flexperks by US Bank

  43. Cc says:

    Cap one

  44. joseph m says:

    Delta platinum AMEX

  45. Ryan m says:

    I’m a fan of the flex perks card.

  46. Bill G says:

    I don’t have any of them. I have a regular CapOne which was upgraded during a promotion to get extra points but unless you redeem only for air travel the payback is terrible. Barclays sounds interesting. I might look into that one.

  47. Denise L says:

    Capital One Venture – Having no foreign transaction fee is important to me.

  48. Andy says:

    capital one b/c of no foreign transaction fees

  49. Kevin W. says:

    The Capital One card is nice for those times you don’t want to burn your miles.

  50. Paolo S says:

    Capital One, because it has no foreign exchange fees.

  51. RDK says:


  52. Uri Hadelsberg says:

    Capital one for sure!

  53. PamB says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred

  54. Nancy H says:

    Capital One Venture gets my vote.

  55. Noah Kimmel says:

    AMEX blue sky? I dont have one, though… stick with my SPG card!

  56. Tim B says:

    Capital one venture card

  57. Varun says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred is top class!

  58. Scott H says:

    Charges toward Delta Platinum or Reserve add toward additional MQM card bonus plus the actual miles flown.

  59. Tim C says:

    Chase Sapphire preferred.

  60. Andrew P says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred is my go to card

  61. Ben E says:

    Chase Ink Bold

  62. Jim A says:

    Delta Reserve AMEX :)

  63. Amanda S says:

    I have the flexperks and like it as long as I can find a ticket just below the award threshold.

  64. Diane says:

    I use Delta Reserve AmEx but am thinking about a Flexperks card later in the year.

  65. Ketan S says:

    Us bank flex perks

  66. Natalie M says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred

  67. Tom says:

    Capital One

  68. Tami F. says:

    US Bank Flex Perks

  69. Gaurav says:

    I like my Platinum Delta Amex. The free companion voucher cancels out the annual cost and it has good benefits like insurance coverage and extended warranty.

  70. Marc W says:

    Huge fan of the chase sapphire! Thanks for the giveaway Rene!

  71. phill gold says:

    Delta amex. I get mqms and lounge access!

  72. Stuart says:

    I really like the USBank Flex Perks card!

  73. Kent says:

    Delta Amex Reserve

  74. thomas says:

    chase sapphire

  75. Matt s says:

    I can’t comment on any of those, but I am happy to hold a simple delta Amx gold card in my wallet since I mainly fly Delta but not always enough for status. The zone 1 boarding is actually quite useful for getting situated and never worrying about overhead space.

  76. Stoshbygosh says:

    Delta Amex for sure!

  77. Jackie says:

    Amex delta reserve card! Safe travels!

  78. mary e. says:

    flexperks. haven’t tried the others

  79. Andy J says:

    The flex points card works.

  80. Kidi says:

    US Bank’s Flex Perks

  81. Corey says:

    CSP. it’s what I use =]

  82. Jansen says:

    The Venture card from Capital One.

  83. Mike says:

    Venture card from capital one

  84. John says:

    why do you make this so hard? please explain how to enter.

  85. B says:

    Delta Amex

  86. Nishanth C says:

    Cap one Venture!

  87. Arthur H says:

    Delta Amex for me.

  88. Chris B. says:

    Plain old membersip rewards. The can be used at $0.01 per point to purchase tickets via AMEX travel (which is a venerable travel agency in itself), or the MRs can be used to top off any future Delta reward flight, if that is best for the situation.
    With the AMEX Premier Rewards gold card we can earn 3 MRs per dollar on airline tickets (balance required in addition to MRs for the repositioning or or mileage run) or the Platinum charge card to get lounge access at Skyclubs globally and the $200 airline credit can be used to buy Delta giftcards to also offset the positioning flight. Oh and did I mention the Plat card comes with SPG Gold status to receive SPG points for all the paid flights? :)
    Have a great trip, Rene, and say Hi to Holland for us!

  89. thrashsoundly says:

    CSP as usual!

  90. Spencer F says:

    Capital One

  91. TWA44 says:

    Chase Sapphire is my go to cards, for sure! Happy Weekend!

  92. Anthony P. says:

    Delta AMEX Platinum

  93. SF says:

    chase sapphire preferred

  94. Russ says:

    Capitol One VC, but also love my AmeX Plat Delta card.

  95. Jeff says:

    Delta reserve card

  96. Wes says:

    Delta Reserve…gotta make 30K in spend for my 15K MQM’s!

  97. Nina says:

    The sun trust debit card
    Is a good thing too!!!!

  98. Bruce S. says:

    Delta am ex

  99. barb s. says:

    Cap one venture

  100. sarah S. says:

    chase sapphire

  101. sam S. says:

    flex perks

  102. Mary E says:

    I don’t have any but trying to learn

  103. Ed Coleman says:

    US Bank Flex Perks

  104. Christine says:

    Delta Amex reserve

  105. Sid says:

    Capital one venture card

  106. Piotr G says:

    I like the Capital One card the best since it gives 2 points everywhere.

  107. cheapgambler says:

    flexpoints. I am a platinum member so I get 3 points for each $1.00 at a gas station/grocerystore.. The target I shop at has been given me 3 points per $1.00 on the American express/target reload card.

  108. Randy White says:

    Delta Platinum Amex

  109. Rick says:

    I like the Delta AMEX Platinum. Easier to track miles.By the way, AMS is one of my favorite airports. The KLM Lounge that overlooks OUR Delta planes is one of the nicest.

  110. Sterling says:

    Amex Gold use reward points for MQD flights

  111. Warren says:

    Delta Amex for me!

  112. Kathy says:

    Delta Amex platinum for me, hard one to choose but I have had that one for a while

  113. Steve G says:

    ▲Delta▲ SkyMiles® Credit Card
    from American Express® :)

  114. Silvia says:

    Chase Sapphire Preferred

  115. Mark R. says:

    Flexperks, to use up what I’ve earned, but Capital One Venture is more flexible.

  116. Jeff rowland says:

    Capital One Venture card

  117. pat b. says:

    I like the Barclay card because it has no foreign transaction fee (a fee I hate).

  118. LKLY says:

    Capitol one

  119. Phil R says:

    Capital One Venture card

  120. Kevin says:

    Delta Reserve, Venture for non-Amex vendors

  121. Adrian R says:

    Barclaycard Arrival™ World MasterCard®

  122. Rick Koblish says:

    Do I need a visa Turkey for an MR?

  123. Harlan R says:

    Capital One Venture!

  124. Ken says:

    CapitalOne Venture. And they’ll make the card with your own submitted picture. I have my wife and kids (and the dog) on mine. :)

  125. Candace says:

    The Capital One Venture card links up with my Capital One bank account nicely.

  126. mike d says:

    Amex Gold for MQD

  127. Karl P says:

    CapitalOne Venture Card

  128. LeeR says:

    chase sapphire

  129. Rich says:

    Data Amex

  130. Michael J says:

    US Bank Flexpoints (20,000 points for a ticket up to $400 plus it is looked upon by airlines as a cash ticket, so miles are earned and perks, such as upgrading, are honored, make this card great! Plus, 3 points per dollar for donations really help to stack up the points)

  131. Brandon says:

    Delta Amex!

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