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The Delta SkyMiles® Platinum Business American Express Card from American Express is meant for small business owners who fly with Delta every year. Anyone who’s already spending money with Delta every year may find some real value here, as it provides a way to spend less and have a better time while away from home.
Cardholders will become basic Delta members, which comes with 5X miles per dollar spent with Delta. But this card provides an additional 3X miles for those purchases, bringing it up to 8X miles per dollar at Delta. And you could get even more than that by earning Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs) and reaching a higher Delta member status.
There are some Delta-specific perks included, like discounted access to Delta Sky Clubs. Priority Boarding will get you on the plane faster, and your first checked bag will always be free on Delta flights. A yearly companion ticket and a 20% discount on inflight purchases will further lighten the load on your wallet.
There are two other business credit cards co-branded with Delta. One has a lower annual fee and is meant for less travel spending, while the other has a higher fee and is meant for more spending. The more expensive cards have slightly better perks.
|Delta SkyMiles® Gold Business American Express Card (Review)||$0 introductory annual fee for the first year, then $99
(Rates & Fees)
|Delta SkyMiles® Platinum Business American Express Card (this review)||$250
(Rates & Fees)
|Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card (Review)||$550
(Rates & Fees)
There’s also a line of three consumer credit cards that are co-branded with Delta. The equivalent of this card is the Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card (Review). These cards are almost exactly the same, though some benefits are different and you can’t use the business version for balance transfers.
American Express offers many credit cards for businesses. Some offer points or cash back, some are designed for travelers, and some are co-branded with other airlines and hotels.
We give the Delta SkyMiles Platinum Business card 4 out of 5 Stars because frequent Delta travelers can get some pretty good rewards and benefits. But you might find the annual fee to too high for the features you get, depending on how much you travel.
Cardholders will be able to earn extra miles at Delta for using this card (3X), for a total of at least 8X miles per dollar. At 1.25 cents per point, that’d be a cash back equivalent of 10%, which is pretty solid. If you can upgrade your member status to a Medallion tier you’ll be able to get an even better deal than that.
As you can see, you’ll be able to earn a minimum of 8X miles per dollar. That’s because you’ll get 3X miles from this card, plus at least 5X from your member status.
Those MQMs can be used to raise your member status, which will provide even more points per dollar (up to 11X at the most).
The value you get for your miles will vary a bit depending on how you redeem. In most cases you can expect to get about 1.25 cents per point. At that value, you’d be earning the equivalent of about 10% cash back for Delta purchases.
Any miles you earn will be posted to your Delta SkyMiles account within 8 to 12 weeks after the end of each month. So plan ahead if you want to pay for a trip using miles.
Delta purchases eligible for the 8X rate are those for which Delta is the merchant of record (3X from the card, 5X from Basic Delta SkyMiles status). That covers most of the situations that you would expect:
Other expenses that are not provided specifically by Delta will not be eligible for the 8X category. Notably, in-flight WiFi is not included because this is provided by a third party (called Gogo).
The rewards program is all about spending with Delta, where you’ll earn a significant number of miles per dollar. For other purchases you’ll be better of using a different card, like another business travel card or a business reward card. A good option for that, with bonus reward categories for certain business expenses, is the Business Gold Card from American Express. You’ll even be able to transfer the points you earn to Delta if you’d like.
The primary way to redeem your miles will be for Delta Award Flights. But you’ll also be able to use those miles with a number of airline partners, listed below. There are no blackout dates on award miles.
Your miles will be worth about 1.25 cents each for most redemptions. Generally, the cheaper the ticket, the better your point value will be. But Delta also provides saver award routes, where you can find better deals typically around 1.4 cents per mile or more.
There are quite a few airline partners you can redeem with, giving you what should be plenty of options in most situations. You can book award flights with most of the partners online at Delta, but in several cases you’ll need to contact Delta Reservations.
|Aeroflot||Aerolineas Argentinas||Aeromexico||Air France||Alitalia|
|China Airlines||China Eastern||China Southern||Garuda Indonesia||GOL|
|Great Lakes||Hawaiian Airlines||KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||Jet Airways||Mandarin Airlines|
|Korean Air||Saudia Airlines||Middle East Airlines||Tarom Airlines||Shanghai Airlines|
|Virgin Atlantic||Vietnam Airlines||WestJet||Virgin Australia||
|Contact Delta Reservations by Phone|
|Air Europa||Air Tahiti Nui||Czech Airlines||Kenya Airways|
You can redeem your miles with Delta or any of the partners in the same way. When looking for flights, just make sure the option to search both Delta and Partner Airlines is selected. This option will appear after you select “Miles” in the advanced search. It will probably be selected by default, but it’s good to check.
Let’s walk through a typical point redemption example. Imagine you need to fly from Albany to South Dakota for a business meeting, and to check out Mount Rushmore for fun.
The lowest class you can redeem for is Main Cabin, and this would take 73,000 miles plus an $11.20 fee. The same seat would cost $927.70 if you paid for it normally.
You could earn those 73,000 miles by spending $9,125 at the 8X rate. Then you could redeem those miles for the award flight.
Here, your miles are worth about 1.27 cents each. The overall cash back equivalent you’d get for this deal is about 10.15%, after accounting for the fee, which isn’t too shabby at all.
Total spend: $9,125 + $11.20 = $9,136.20
Cash back equivalent: $927.70 is about 10.15% of $9,136.20
Delta Comfort+ is the next step up. A seat here would usually cost $1,085.70, or it could be yours for 84,000 miles with an $11.20 fee.
Earning that many miles would require $10,500 in spending at the 8X rate.
So here your miles are worth about 1.29 cents each, a bit more than the Main Cabin example. The cash back equivalent is about 10.33%.
Total spend: $10,500 + $11.60 = $10,511.60
Cash back equivalent: $1,085.70 is about 10.33% of $10,511.60
A first class seat will cost you $1,338.80, or 110,000 miles with an $11.20 fee.
It would take you $13,750 in spending at the 8X rate to earn those miles. Then you can kick back in First Class.
For this seat, your miles are worth about 1.22 cents each, which is actually a step down from Delta Comfort+. Your cash back equivalent here is 8.5%.
Total spend: $13,750 + $11.60 = $13,761.60
Cash back equivalent: $1,338.80 is about 9.73% of $13,761.60
You’ll need to pay an annual fee of $250 with this card, so you should aim to earn enough miles to offset that fee each year. How much would you need to spend to do that?
The amount you need to spend will depend on the rate at which you earn miles (8X or 1X), and the value you get when you redeem them. Assuming you’re getting 1.25 cents per mile, here’s how much you’d need to spend at each rate:
|Required Spending to Offset Annual Fee|
|At the 8X rate||$2,500|
|At the 1X rate||$20,000|
So the minimum required spending at the 1.25-cent value would be $2,500. If you manage to redeem at a higher value, it won’t take as much spending. And if you redeem at a lower value, it will take more spending.
You’ll want to spend more with the card than this, of course, so you actually profit from the rewards rather than just offset the annual fee.
Remember that you’ll also get a pretty good welcome bonus offer, and other perks, which can help offset the fee as well.
The benefits you get will include airline perks with Delta, along with a set of benefits provided by American Express.
When approved for this card, you’ll become a basic Delta member. This comes with 5X miles per dollar spent on Delta-marketed flights. That’s in addition to the 3X miles per dollar you’ll earn with this card, so basic members will get a total of 8X miles per dollar when spending with Delta.
Take note that partner flights will provide miles at a different rate.
Many co-branded airline and hotel credit cards will include membership in some sort of program, usually at the most basic level. Check with the airline for details about any membership you might receive, because this may not be included with your credit card information.
You’ll have three different ways to reach a higher Medallion member status with Delta using this card.
You can earn:
Higher status levels will come with more miles per dollar on Delta purchases, complimentary ticket upgrades, and lots of perks like preferred seats, fee waivers, and priority check-in. There are four different elite member tiers you can reach, and you must fulfill both the first and second requirement. We’ve included the basic member level here for comparison.
|Membership Tier||First Requirement||Second Requirement||Miles Earned|
|Basic||–||–||5X miles per dollar|
|Silver||25,000 MQMs or 30 MQSs||$3,000 MQDs or MQD Waiver||7X miles per dollar|
|Gold||50,000 MQMs or 60 MQSs||$6,000 MQDs or MQD Waiver||8X miles per dollar|
|Platinum||75,000 MQMs or 100 MQSs||$9,000 MQDs or MQD Waiver||9X miles per dollar|
|Diamond||125,000 MQMs or 140 MQSs||$15,000 MQDs or MQD Waiver||11X miles per dollar|
The MQD Waiver is described below.
After earning a particular status level, it will be valid for the remainder of the year plus the next calendar year. After reaching Silver status, any MQMs you earn above the qualification threshold will roll over to the next year.
Airline cards won’t usually automatically give you an elite status. You’ll usually just get the basic membership like with this card, and you’ll need to work your way up.
Cardholders can bypass the MQD requirement described above by spending a certain amount with the card in a calendar year.
To qualify for an MQD Waiver for Silver, Gold, or Platinum status, you must spend at least $25,000 on eligible purchases with the card in a year.
To qualify for an MQD Waiver for Diamond status, you must spend at least $250,000 on eligible purchases with the card in a year.
You and up to eight traveling companions will get your first checked bags free when flying with Delta. The first checked bag will normally cost $25 per person, so this perk has the potential to save you quite a bit of money if you fly often.
There are some terms and restrictions, however:
This is a common benefit to find on airline credit cards. The Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Business Credit Card goes a step further and provides free first and second checked bags.
This benefit only begins after you’ve used the card for one year. In your renewal month, you’ll receive a companion certificate you can use for the purchase of select adult round-trip fares on Delta flights. Then you will get another certificate once per year on every renewal month going forward. This will let you bring someone else along for free, saving you hundreds of dollars per year.
As you’d expect, there are a number of terms and restrictions you’ll need to abide by:
Additional terms will apply. If you’re not sure if your companion certificate will be eligible for a certain reservation, contact Delta’s customer support.
Several other airline cards offer companion tickets. Besides the other Delta Business cards, you’ll also find it on the CitiBusiness® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Mastercard®, for example, and several others.
You and up to eight passengers on the same reservation will receive Zone 1 Priority Boarding on Delta flights. You must include your SkyMiles number on the reservation.
Priority Boarding is available on Delta and Delta Connection carrier operated flights. It is not available on Delta Shuttle flights.
This type of perk is available on some airline and travel cards, but not all. The other two Delta Business cards each have it, for instance, but the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Business does not.
The cardholder and up to two guests can enter Delta Sky Clubs for a discounted fee of $39 per person. Children under two years of age can enter for free. Authorized users receive the same limited access.
Club perks include a healthy menu, complimentary alcohol and WiFi, meeting spaces and office equipment, showers, and a place to relax.
If you travel a lot and airport lounge access is important to you, there are some other credit cards that offer lounge access for no fee. The Hilton Honors American Express Business Card (Review), for example, provides 10 annual passes to Priority Pass Select lounges. That card has a $95 annual fee (Rates & Fees). And The Business Platinum Card® from American Express (Review) includes unlimited free access to a variety of different lounge brands, but it’s made for serious travelers with a $595 annual fee (Rates & Fees). The most expensive travel cards usually come with complimentary access like this.
You’ll get a credit for the application fee of either Global Entry ($100 once every four years) or TSA PreCheck ($85 once every four-and-a-half years).
Cardholders get a 20% discount on eligible in-flight purchases made on Delta-operated flights. The purchases must be made using the Delta SkyMiles card. This discount will be applied as a statement credit, six to eight weeks after the transaction is posted to the account.
Eligible in-flight purchases are those provided or serviced by Delta:
The discount will not apply to purchases of in-flight wireless internet access, associated services, or charitable contributions. These services are provided by a third party, not Delta.
Many airline cards will offer an in-house discount like this. The JetBlue Business Mastercard provides cardholders with a 50% discount on eligible inflight purchases, one of the better deals available.
You can get up to 99 employee cards, and they will all be free. Individual spending limits can be set for the cards. Take note that there are certain purchases where the spending limit won’t apply, like restaurant tips and extended hotel stays.
The primary cardholder is responsible for all charges made to the account. The card activity will not affect the credit of employees using copies of the card.
If you have many employees traveling frequently you’ll be able to earn way more miles, more quickly. But take note that some of the extra benefits of this card will be restricted to the primary account holder only. Check your Guide to Benefits or contact customer support for details.
Pretty much every business card offers free employee cards to go along with it, even other airline cards. Credit card companies just love it when you spend more.
All American Express business credit cards will report your card activity to the credit bureaus in the same way. They let you improve your business credit, although there are also consequences for irresponsible behavior.
As long as your account is in positive standing, the activity will be reported to Small Business Finance Exchange. This is a large and commonly-used business credit reporting bureau.
But if your account enters a negative status, such as having unpaid collections or unpaid charge-offs, the activity will be reported to other bureaus. An account with a negative status will be reported to:
So your positive activity will be reported to one business credit bureau. But your negative activity will be reported to a different business credit bureau, plus the typical consumer credit reporting agencies.
This means you can use the the Delta SkyMiles Business card to improve your business credit, but not your personal credit. However, you can still hurt your personal credit with it.
Business credit cards from different issuers will report your card activity to different credit bureaus. The Capital One Spark Cash Business Cards are known for reporting card activity to more business credit bureaus than usual, making them good cards for building business credit.
You’ll have access to discounts at a wide variety of merchants — currently there are about 80 different offers available, and the selection changes now and then.
You just need to head to the Amex Offers program and click ‘Add to Card’ for the deals you want. Then, just use your card as you normally would to make a purchase with that merchant. Your savings will appear as a statement credit later on, reducing your account balance. You may or may not earn additional rewards at the regular rate — this will depend on the particular offer.
Many of the deals can be quite valuable, saving you from $5 up through more than $100 in some cases. For most of them, you’ll need to spend a certain amount to get a certain discount. Some of the current offers include:
|Merchant||Need to Spend||Cash Back||Maximum Savings|
|Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants||$30||$10||33.33%|
|White House Black Market||$100||$30||30%|
|Rent the Runway||$100||$20||20%|
There are many fantastic deals waiting to be had here, though many other credit card issuers will offer a similar service. For example, Chase provides the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal, Bank of America has its BankAmeriDeals offers, and Citi has the EasyDeals service. You’ll find a range of discounts in all of them.
Designate a trusted Account Manager to manage your account. Must be at least 18 years old.
A tool to help manage your spending throughout the year. Allows you to add receipts and notes to transactions, making tax time easier.
Provides an easy way to label and transfer your transaction data into a QuickBooks account.
This card comes with several other benefits, along with some shopping and travel protections that could come in useful too. They include:
|Purchase APR||Balance Transfer APR||Cash Advance APR|
|15.74% - 24.74% Variable||15.74% - 24.74% Variable||25.24% Variable|
|Annual Fee||Foreign Transaction Fee||Balance Transfer Fee||Cash Advance Fee|
|$250||None||None||Either $5 or 3% of the amount of each cash advance, whichever is greater.|
|Penalty APR||Late Fee||Returned Payment Fee|
|29.24% Variable||Up to $39||$39|
The terms are pretty simple, as far as credit cards go. If you carry a balance from month to month you’ll be charged interest at the rate above. But you can avoid being charged interest by paying your balance in full each month. This is a good strategy to avoid future credit card debt and improve your overall credit utilization.
You won’t have to worry about extra fees on foreign transactions, so you can use this card to book your travel and when you land outside the U.S., and most travel cards share this feature. Other cards can be used outside the U.S. but you’ll typically be charged a fee of about 3%.
The Delta SkyMiles® Platinum Business American Express Card can offer a pretty good value to anyone who flies with Delta frequently.
You’ll start off earning 8X miles per dollar as a basic Delta member (3X from the card, 5X from member status), but if you can reach a Medallion status tier your rewards potential will improve. Try to use the fast track to elite member status, if possible, to get the most out of your Delta membership.
Use the extra benefits whenever you can to help offset the annual fee, and have a better time while traveling. You should have quite a few opportunities to get free checked bags, discounts on inflight purchases, and enjoy lounge access before priority boarding.
The business benefits will make it easier to manage spending, for yourself and your employees, and they can make tax season a bit simpler. If you have a problem with your account, American Express has a solid team ready to help. And you’ll be able to improve your business credit too.
There are two other business credit cards for flying with Delta, one for less spending and one for more. Check them out below, along with some other business travel cards you can use to earn rewards for different kinds of purchases.
You can apply for this card securely on the American Express website. They will check your credit reports with the three major credit bureaus when you apply.
Many applicants will get an instant decision in just a few seconds. But in some cases it may take longer. You can check the status of your application any time after you apply.
If the Delta Platinum card isn’t hitting the right notes for you, check out some other great travel and airline cards below.
If you don’t spend enough to make the Platinum version worth the cost, you might like the Delta SkyMiles® Gold Business American Express Card (Review). It has a lower annual fee, which is even waived for the first year. But a major difference is that you won’t get the Status Boost bonuses, so it will be harder to reach a Medallion member tier. If you don’t care about getting that, this card could definitely be a better option.
|Introductory Bonus Offer|
So you’ll still be getting 7X miles per dollar at Delta (5X SkyMiles per dollar for being a basic Delta SkyMiles member and 2X SkyMiles from the card), despite having a lower fee. And the miles will have the same value when you go to redeem them.
The main differences here are the introductory bonuses, and the lack of Status Boost offers. Other than that, they’re pretty much the same.
Some of the benefits are identical for these two cards, but the Gold is lacking perks like the Global Entry/TSA PreCheck credit and the companion certificate.
The Gold Delta SkyMiles Business has a $0 introductory annual fee for the first year, then $99. So you’re paying less than the Platinum, but getting some of the same rewards and benefits.
On the higher end, the Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card (Review) will cost quite a bit more per year. As such it’s only meant for people who spend even more with Delta, and could make use of a card with a higher fee than the Platinum version.
The rewards and benefits are only slightly better with this card, making it a bit easier to reach a Medallion member status. If you’re using this card you should definitely aim to get a Medallion status to help make this card worth the fee.
The rewards program is almost the same as the Platinum version, providing just as many miles per dollar at Delta.
The Delta Reserve for Business’s benefits are pretty similar to what you’ll get with the Platinum version of the card. Some of them are upgraded, like complimentary access to Delta Sky Clubs, instead of being charged a fee. Guests will still need to pay a $39 fee each, but you’ll get two one-time guest passes. Reserve cardholders can even access Centurion Lounges, too.
The companion ticket you get will be good for First Class and Delta Comfort+, in addition to Main Cabin.
In addition, Reserve cardholders also get access to the Sky Priority security line at participating airports, for expedited processing through screening. There’s also a personal concierge you can call for assistance making reservations, getting travel information, and other non-emergency tasks.
The benefits aren’t very different between these two cards, overall, unless you’re planning on spending a lot of time in Delta Sky Clubs. If that’s the case this card could save you quite a bit of money over the years.
You’ll need to pay $550 per year for the Delta Reserve for Business, so you should be sure to use it enough to make it worth that fee.
This card is made for more spending than the Platinum version, which means more trips with Delta. If you use this card be sure to get all you can from it by using the benefits and earning a Medallion status, so you can get more miles per dollar and have a more comfortable time while traveling.
The JetBlue Business Mastercard®, issued by Barclays, is an example of a card that’s co-branded with a different airline. It offers a similar rewards program and set of benefits, but it’s made for small business owners who prefer flying with JetBlue.
This card will start out providing at least 9X points per dollar on JetBlue flights. That’s for Blue and Mint-level fares. Blue Plus fares will earn an extra point per dollar. And Blue Flex fares will earn another point on top of that, for a total of 11X per dollar.
Your points will be worth around 1.2 cents each with this card, although that will vary depending on how you redeem them. Those 40,000 bonus points you can earn would be worth about $480 at that value.
We’ve calculated that this card can provide the equivalent of around 12–13% cash back or better on many flights, after accounting for fees and the 10% redemption bonus, which is quite a good value. That assumes you earn at the 9X rate.
If you spend $50,000 in a given year with this card you’ll be granted JetBlue Mosaic status, which comes with an extra 3X points per dollar. If you earn more miles per dollar with Mosaic status or by booking flights at the Blue Plus or Blue Flex level, you’ll get a better cash back equivalent.
There are a couple nice features on this card that will make your trips cheaper and more comfortable.
They include a 50% discount on eligible inflight purchases, which is better than the 20% discount you’d get with the Delta Platinum Business card. Your first checked bag is free for you and up to three companions.
That’s about it for the extra perks. You’ll have a few business-related benefits, like the ability to get and control spending on employee cards.
You won’t get a ton of extra benefits from this card, but the real value of it will come from the point-earning potential you’ll have. By maximizing your miles per dollar and taking advantage of the bonus offers, you should be able to get quite a lot out of this card.
At only $99 per year, it shouldn’t be too hard for frequent JetBlue flyers to make this card worth the annual fee. It would require only about $917 in spending to earn enough points to offset the fee for a year, if you earn at the 9X rate described above.
So it won’t take a whole lot of spending to make this card worthwhile, especially if you can earn at a better rate by booking higher class fares. You won’t be charged foreign transaction fees with this card. If JetBlue is the airline for you, the JetBlue Business Card is definitely an option to consider seriously.
If you prefer a different airline, check to see if they offer a co-branded card as well. Or keep reading to learn about another business card, that will provide rewards for spending at a variety of different airlines and on other travel expenses.
The American Express® Business Gold Card (Review) isn’t affiliated with any one particular airline. Instead, you can use it to earn Membership Rewards points for many different kinds of purchases, including travel and business.
|Introductory Bonus Offer|
So you’ll earn 4X points in the two categories that your business spends the most in every month, meaning this card will adjust to fit the changing spending habits of your business throughout the year. This rewards program covers quite a few different business expenses, as well as many travel options. You’ll earn points when spending with any airline through Amex Travel, and you can use that service to book not only flights but also hotels, car rentals, and cruises.
This gives you more flexibility than a co-branded airline card, letting you earn points for more than just airline spending. The most valuable normal way to redeem the Membership Rewards points you earn will actually be for airline flights, so in that sense it’s similar to an airline card. But you’ll be able to redeem those points with a variety of different airlines.
You’ll get a maximum value of 1 cent per point when redeeming like that, which means you’d be earning up to 4% cash back in the 4X categories. Points can also be transferred to a variety of travel partners, including Delta SkyMiles, where they might be worth more to you. But the value you get will depend on the particular point transfer, and how you use them after transferring.
You may find deals providing as much as 2 cents per point or more through point transfers. That’d give you a cash back equivalent of 8% when spending in the 4X categories.
The Business Gold card isn’t as directly rewarding as an airline card, but it provides a way to earn more points for more types of purchases.
This is an Amex business card, so it has many of the same benefits that you’ll get with the Delta SkyMiles Platinum Business card.
The Business Gold also has a couple travel-related perks that you won’t find on the Delta card. The Hotel Collection benefit will provide a credit of up to $75 for every eligible hotel stay you book. And the Lowest Hotel Rates Guarantee will make sure that you don’t overpay on eligible hotel rooms booked through Amex Travel.
The Business Gold Card comes with an annual fee of $295 (Rates & Fees). If you earn points at the 4X rate, you can offset that fee by spending $7,375 per year. That would assume you redeem your points at the 1 cent value, but it could take less spending if you get a good point transfer deal.
You won’t find any foreign transaction fees here, just like the Delta Platinum . This is pretty typical for American Express travel cards.
If you’re not married to a specific airline, a general travel card like this one could be a good fit for your business spending. You may also be interested in checking out other American Express business cards.
Read more in our Review of the Business Gold Card from American Express
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