Delta and American Express Extend Partnership till 2029

Delta and American Express are extending their exclusive partnership that includes Delta SkyMiles Credit Cards. The deal that was announced today extended the partnership till 2029. It was set to expire on 2022.

Delta and American Express Extend Partnership

With American Express, Delta offers Blue, Gold, Platinum and Reserve credit cards, for both personal and business customers. The airline said there would be no change in card benefits, at least for now.

Delta said earlier this year that its relationship with American Express contributed $3.4 billion to Delta in 2018. Today it said that benefit from the relationship with American Express are expected to double to nearly $7 billion annually by 2023.

Since 1996, Delta and American Express have offered a portfolio of co-branded products that allow eligible Card Members to earn miles and receive other Delta-related benefits such as first checked bag free, Main Cabin 1 priority boarding and Delta Sky Club access. In 2018, the companies added 1 million new Delta SkyMiles Credit Card Members while spending across the card portfolio grew by double digits. Delta is the largest co-brand partner for American Express and its only U.S. airline consumer co-brand partner.

Here’s all the Amex Delta cards available:

See press release here.

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