Order Starbucks and Earn Delta SkyMiles

You can now order Starbucks and earn Delta SkyMiles. Also, Delta SkyMiles members get double Starbuck Stars on flight days.

Order Starbucks and Earn Delta SkyMiles

Order Starbucks and Earn Delta SkyMiles

Starbucks and Delta Airlines recently entered into a partnership that will see loyal travelers now earn one mile for every $1 they spend on Starbucks, and they also get double stars on the days that they are scheduled to fly on Delta.

All customers who link their accounts before the end of 2022 get to get an additional 500 Delta SkyMiles and after they make a qualifying purchase, they get 150 extra Starbucks Rewards Stars.

Delta Added Starbucks to Its Menu of Premium Benefits For SkyMiles Medallion Members

You should also know that delta has included Starbucks in its menu of premium benefits for SkyMiles Medallion members. Both diamond and platinum SkyMiles members starting in 2024 will be able to choose 4,000 Starbucks stars of the annual choice benefits.

Delta as you should already know by now is the very first US partner of the Starbucks Reward Together program which will see the coffee company partner with many other corporations in a bid to cross-pollinate rewards plans. In the early parts of this year, Starbucks Canada launched similar partnerships with TD bank and Air Canada’s Aeroplans loyalty program.

What Starbucks Have To Say About This Partnership

The goal here is “to increase awareness and drive the growth of Starbucks Rewards” as well as also to attract new members and then make it simpler for customers to join, Starbucks in a statement said.

Starbucks also has started to offer mobile ordering in select airport locations. The service prior to this time was unavailable because the cafes are licensed, and not company-owned.

Travelers at Over 230 Licensed Starbucks Stores in 70 US Airports Can Now Order

Travelers at more than 230 licensed Starbucks stores in 70 US airports can now order ahead, and this is including at Washington Dulles International Airport and hubs in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and New York, as reported by USA Today.


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