Delta Private Jets sets jet card offer for Saks Fifth Avenue customers

Offer benefits are worth at least $13,185 on a $150,000 jet card providing an 8.8% added value

Delta Private Jets has teamed with Saks Fifth Avenue in an “Open the door to luxury” promotion. The offer targets customers of the retailer.

The offer is valid through Dec. 31, 2019. It provides extra value for all Delta Private Jets products: jet cards, on-demand charter, and its Sky Access empty leg program.

First, there is a 3% bonus when purchasing a new jet card starting at $150,000 or more. So start with $4,500 in-flight credits. You also get one Diamond Medallion status providing benefits with parent Delta Air Lines and its Skyteam partners. The Points Guy values the status at $8,685. Combined with flight credits, that is $13,185, or 8.8%, one of the better deals we have seen recently.

Delta Private Jets is offering customers of Saks Fifth Avenue several added value enticements for its jet card and empty leg programs as well as on-demand private jet charter.

In case you aren’t familiar with Diamond status, there are a number of benefits. You get 11 SkyMiles per dollar spent on Delta commercial airline flights, complimentary domestic upgrades, waiver of same-day confirmed and standby fees to change flights, lounge access when flying on partner airlines such as Korean Air and Air France, plus options for Sky Club membership.

As a Saks customer, you can also get a 3% discount for on-demand charters. There is a 10% discount on initial membership for Sky Access, which provides no-cost empty legs for members as well as pay-as-you-go fixed one-way rates for whole aircraft charters.

Earlier this week, Delta Private Jets announced it was tripling its long-haul private jet fleet, adding a fifth cabin category in addition to light, midsize, super-midsize and large cabin private jets.

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About the Author Doug Gollan

I am Founder and Editor of Private Jet Card Comparisons, the only independent buyer's guide to jet card membership programs, and DG Amazing Experiences, a weekly luxury travel e-newsletter for private jet owners. I am also a contributor to Forbes.com
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