Update: The offer mentioned below has expired and is no longer available.
Several travel companies have started their Father’s Day promotions early.
Delta Air Lines is one of them, offering a promotion where you can get a complimentary gift card to Fanatics, an online retail company that sells sportswear and merchandise, after purchasing a Delta gift card totaling $250 or more.
Here’s what you need to know!
Get a $25 Fanatics Gift Card After Purchasing a $250+ Delta Gift Card
Through June 20, 2022, receive a $25 eGift Card to Fanatics after buying $250 or more in Delta gift cards from Delta Air Lines.
If you want to take advantage of the offer, you must visit promo.giftcards.delta.com.
The eGift Card will be emailed separately from the Delta Gift Card and will be sent to your email address listed at the time of purchase.
The gift card is only valid at Fanatics.com and isn’t eligible for cashback.
Don’t wait to purchase if you want the gift card, as supplies are limited to the first 800 purchasers during the qualifying period.
Is It Worth It?
While $25 isn’t much, you can easily score some merch from your favorite teams. For instance, basketball fans can purchase NBA Finals gear, such as Golden State Warriors-branded shot glasses and drawstring backpacks, or Boston Celtics-branded t-shirts and umbrellas, all for under $25.
This offer is similar to the promotion Delta ran for Mother’s Day, where customers could receive a complimentary gift card for spa services at spaweek.com after purchasing a Delta gift card costing $250 or more.
Hot Tip: Before making a purchase, make sure you’re using the best credit cards for gift card purchases!
This is a pretty decent promotion, especially if you were already planning to purchase a Delta gift card in the next few weeks. While $25 likely won’t go that far, you can find some affordable options by playing around on the Fanatics.com website.
Either way, don’t wait to take advantage of this promotion. Not only does it expire on June 20, but the promo is capped at just 800 purchasers, so it may expire before then!
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