American Express And Delta Have A New Credit Card, But You May Have Better Rewards Options

American Express And Delta Have A New Credit Card, But You May Have Better Rewards Options
Delta to launch new credit card targeted at millennials
7, American Express and Delta Air Lines are launching a Blue Delta SkyMiles Credit Card with no annual fee. Delta says it's the only no-annual-fee credit card from a U.S.-based global airline that gives two miles per dollar spent at U.S. restaurants

I write about consumer and business travel, transportation and safety Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. A new airline credit card that targets millennials and infrequent travelers may look very enticing at first glance, but …
Delta Air Lines is rolling out a new frequent-flier credit card with no annual fee, part of an effort to court new customers in the increasingly lucrative market for airline-branded credit cards. The new “Blue Delta SkyMiles Credit Card” will become …

Delta to launch new credit card targeted at millennials

Earlier today, Delta and American Express announced they are launching the new Blue Delta SkyMiles Credit Card from American Express, which will be available starting September 7, 2017. The new card joins the existing suite of Delta American Express

AP Millennials, a term for young adults between 21 and 36, refresh the labor force, start new families and drive economic growth with purchases of homes, cars and other big-ticket items. Posted: 6:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 06, 2017. For its latest airline card, American Express Co. is looking for people who don't travel. Yet. AmEx will debut the Blue Delta SkyMiles credit card this week, offering two miles per dollar spent at U.S. restaurants and on Delta Air Lines Inc. purchases … . American Express (NYSE: AXP) and Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) are teaming up again to launch the new Blue Delta SkyMiles Credit Card, a decision made by the two companies to appeal to the millennial generation. The new credit card that will launch this

Adding to the current repertoire of American Express-Delta Airlines credit card deals, the partnering companies plan to release yet another Delta SkyMiles Credit Card offer. This time around, they're releasing the Blue Delta SkyMiles Credit Card on …

No-fee mileage cards are a rarity, but American Express (NYSE:AXP) – on the hunt for co-brand deals after the Costco breakup, and aiming at the millennial crowd – is debuting its Blue Delta SkyMiles card this week. Benefits not included will be …

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