Score Free Starbucks When You Buy a Delta Gift Card

Travelers who buy a $300 Delta gift card will get a $20 Starbucks gift card for a limited time.

<p>Courtesy of Delta Air Lines </p>

Courtesy of Delta Air Lines

Buying a Delta gift card just got more rewarding with the airline’s latest promotion.

“Enjoy giving the gift of travel this Mother’s Day with the Delta Gift Card,” the airline shared about the promotion in an email. “For a limited time, buy $300 or more in Delta Gift Cards to earn a $20 Starbucks eGift.”

This deal ends on Monday, May 13, at 11:59 p.m. EST, but may be taken down sooner as the offer is only available to the first 7,000 buyers. It's also worth noting that travelers will only receive a $20 Starbucks eGift when purchasing gift cards directly through Delta, not a third-party site.

The bonus Starbucks eGift will be emailed separately from the Delta gift card purchase, according to the airline.

To redeem Delta gift cards, SkyMiles members can activate them on the airline’s website or by calling 1-800-225-1366. Gift cards never expire, but they’re only valid for Delta flights or Delta Vacations packages and can’t be used for ancillary expenses like baggage and upgrade fees. 

Delta and Starbucks launched a unique partnership in late 2022, allowing SkyMiles members who link their accounts here first to earn 1 mile per dollar spent at the popular coffee chain. Travelers will also earn double Starbucks Stars when flying Delta on the same day, making those airport coffee runs more rewarding than ever.  

The airline has a number of other partnerships where members can take advantage of earning even more miles. Delta SkyMiles members can earn miles on car rentals on Turo, reservations with Airbnb, and more. 

Earlier this month, Delta launched a new, limited-time promotion with Hilton. Members who register for the deal by Monday, May 6, can earn 1,000 SkyMiles per Hilton hotel stay. However, travel must be completed by July 7 to earn up to a maximum of 3,000 miles.

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