Delta Vacations Lets Vacationers Choose Their Own Caribbean Offer
WHY IT RATES: Just like its newly revised seating plan on flights, Delta Vacations is offering tiered levels of vacation packages. It’s a smart move that offers travelers more flexibility. – Rich Thomaselli, TravelPulse Senior Editor
PHOTO: Up, up and away to a Caribbean vacation on Delta Air Lines. (Courtesy MLT Vacations)
Well-timed for spring and summer getaways, Delta Vacations, the official vacation provider of Delta Air Lines, is giving customers the flexibility to choose from multiple offers in four categories during the company’s 2016 Caribbean Sale.
Today through March 18, customers booking through Delta Vacations/MLT Vacations can choose from offers at leading hotels and resorts throughout the Caribbean for travel between April 1 and Sept. 30, 2016. The offers fall within four categories designed to meet the needs of a variety of vacationers.
“One size definitely does not fit all, especially when it comes to vacation planning,” said John Caldwell, president of Delta Vacations. “Offering the flexibility to choose the promotion that suits them is yet another way customers can customize their Caribbean getaways this spring and summer with Delta Vacations.”
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The four promotional categories for Delta Vacations’ 2016 Caribbean Sale include:
* Free night – one free night is included with a four-night stay or longer
* Free upgrade – one guaranteed room category upgrade
* Kids stay and eat free at all-inclusive resorts
* 5,000 extra bonus miles per person, allowing for up to 12,500 total bonus miles per person
The promotional categories cannot be combined. Bonus miles are standard on all Delta Vacations bookings and would apply to the free night; free upgrade and kids stay free promotions. The 5,000 extra bonus miles promotion is the only one of the four requiring a promo code, which is 5KMILES.
To develop this offer, Delta Vacations partnered with several top hotel and resort providers throughout the Caribbean, including AMResorts, Atlantis, Bahia Principe, Blue Diamond Resorts, Divi Resorts, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Hard Rock Hotels, Marriott International, Melia Hotels & Resorts, Palace Resorts, The Ritz-Carlton, RIU Hotels & Resorts, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, SuperClubs Collection of Hotels & Resorts and several other popular brands.
Delta Vacations offers more ways to earn bonus miles and earn toward Medallion status in the SkyMiles program on all Delta marketed flights – including Medallion Qualification Dollars on all fares – and a guaranteed Vacation Price Pledge when booking vacation packages to any of Delta Vacations’ more than 250 destinations. SkyMiles members can earn up to 7,500 bonus miles per person, in addition to credited flight miles, with a flight and hotel vacation.
Travelers can contact their travel agent, call 1-800-800-1504 or visit delta.com/vacations. Delta Vacations is managed by MLT Vacations, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta. More information is available on delta.com/vacations
SOURCE: MLT Vacations press release
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