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Foreign Transaction Fee 2.7% of each transaction after conversion to US dollars.
Balance Transfer Fee Either $5 or 3% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater.
Cash Advance Fee Either $5 or 3% of the amount of each cash advance, whichever is greater.
Penalty APR 29.99% Variable
Rewards Rate Earn 2 miles per dollar at US restaurants.
Annual Fee $0
$0 Fraud Liability Yes
Auto Rental Insurance No
Extended Warranty Program Yes
Roadside Assistance Yes
Purchase Protection Yes
Travel Assistance No
Flight Accident Insurance Yes
Lost Luggage Reimbursement No
Concierge Service No
There’s a new Delta airline credit card on the block. What makes this card stand out from other Delta SkyMiles American Express cards is what’s missing: there’s no annual fee!
Fund your travel adventures while you are dining out with this powerful card in your wallet. Earn 2 miles per dollar spent at US restaurants plus 2 miles per dollar on Delta purchases. You will also earn 1 mile on all other eligible everyday purchases, things like gas, groceries, entertainment or even your monthly phone bills.
Jumpstart your travel dreams, with 10,000 bonus miles after spending only $500 in purchases on your new card in the first 3 months. That is a low spending requirement to earn a bonus.
Use your miles toward travel on Delta and more than 15 airline partners. Miles won’t expire and there’s no limit to how much you can earn.
Most co-branded airline credit cards only offer bonus miles for spending on their own flights. Cardholders will generate an impressive 2X miles at US restaurants. That’s a great reward rate if you dine out frequently, with no-annual fee. Watch your rewards grow every time you eat out.
Earn accelerated miles on restaurant dining and Delta travel without paying an annual fee. Miles don’t expire.
There are no perks like free checked bags and priority boarding with this card. However, those benefits typically come with cards that have an annual fee.
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