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2000 Free Delta SkyMiles From SkyMiles Dining

If you aren’t a SkyMiles dining member then now is the time to register! Right now if you register and spend $25 at one of their participating restaurants within the first 30 days of your account opening, you will earn an additional 2,000 SkyMiles. Here are the terms directly from the SkyMiles Dining website:

  • Join SkyMiles Dining For Free
  • Spend $25  On A Single Dine At A Participating Restaurant, Bar or Club Within 30 Days.
  • Complete Your Review Within 30 Days of Dining
  • Earn 2,000 Bonus Miles

This bonus is only for new dining members, so if you already have an account this won’t work for you. You can however have your wife or husband open their own account, register for this bonus and earn the 2,000 free Delta SkyMiles.

Delta seems to offer the highest bonuses with their dining program. Every airline has their own dining program to earn miles so if you aren’t registered with your airlines dining program then you are missing out on free miles!

Delta SkyMiles Dining 2000 Miles BonusTo register for this offer, click here.

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About Derek

I currently live in beautiful Alaska with my wife! Living in Alaska i have learned that it cost so much more just to travel anywhere! In order to fly anywhere it cost us an extra $250+ a ticket. We use miles and points to fly nearly everywhere for free, usually in First Class. You can also follow me on Twitter or Facebook or why not signup to receive new blog post via email or in RSS reader
  • Sam Kynman-Cole

    I imagine most of these offers are only for US residents. Have you had any experience or knowledge of offers available internationally

    • http://www.thepointsguide.com/ ThePointsGuide

      That is correct. The dining rewards programs are for US residents. I have not heard of any international rewards dining programs. Sorry! I know it would be great because we travel overseas a lot and having access to a rewards network like this would be awesome.