Buy $250 in Delta Gift Cards, Get $25 Gift Card Free

When you purchase gift cards from Delta Air Lines worth at least $250.00, you will receive an electronic gift card for worth $25.00 at no extra charge while supplies last — and both gift cards have no expiration date, so funds do not expire…

Buy $250 in Delta Gift Cards, Get $25 Gift Card Free

…but you must be one of the first 2,000 purchasers of the gift card during this promotion who is a resident of the United States no younger than 18 years of age — or of legal age in your state of residence.

Gift card purchase

Source: Delta Air Lines.

I personally tried out this offer by purchasing five $50.00 gift cards from Delta Air Lines, and the credit of $25.00 for a gift card from immediately appeared on my order.

Select Terms and Conditions

Eligible customers will earn one bonus electronic gift card per $250.00 purchase in Delta Air Lines gift cards. The customer will automatically be opted in to the promotion if shopping on the promotional website. Bonus gift card will be emailed to eligible purchaser separately from the Delta Air Lines gift card, to the e-mail address of the purchaser listed at time of purchase.

Gift cards purchased from Delta Air Lines cannot be refunded.

This offer is not transferable; is subject to availability; and may be modified or terminated by Delta Air Lines at any time, with or without notice. Delta may change or terminate program partners, regulations, benefits, conditions of participation. Offers void where prohibited by law.

Other restrictions terms and conditions — including those of both gift cards from Delta Air Lines and gift cards from — apply.


If you plan on flying as a passenger aboard an airplane operated by Delta Air Lines in the future, take advantage of this offer to potentially save yourself $25.00 in lodging in the future when you book your reservations through

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17 thoughts on “Buy $250 in Delta Gift Cards, Get $25 Gift Card Free”

  1. Rose says:

    Any idea if this can be stacked with the Amex offer for $60 off a $300 Delta purchase?

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      I did not get that offer, Rose; but I do not see why it cannot be stacked with that offer.

  2. SHAP says:

    Which credit card would you recommend?

    Would AMEX platinum trigger the 5x airfare credit?
    3% on Chase Sapp Reserve?

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      The American Express Platinum card should trigger the credit, SHAP; but I believe that you need to ensure that each gift card is no more than $100.00, if I am not mistaken.

      1. Mike says:

        **Warning** pay close you purchase delta gift cards, look for the words “CashStar” on the website. It shows up on the webpage tab or bottom of webpage. If you purchase gift cards from “CashStar” your credit card statement will be labeled with “CashStar Gift Cards” this will not trigger your Platinum credits, I learned this the hard way. Sometimes you have to play with your browsers and/or change the path you got to the Delta gift card purchase page to ensure you do not see the words “CashStar”. The link within this blog continues to bring me to “CashStar” which is OK as long as your not expecting to use your $200 Platinum card benefits.

        1. Mike says:

          Here is a forum to highlight what I am referring to:

          But the true problem is not using a mobile or desktop as I always purchase from a mobile phone. It has 100% everything to do with purchases from the “CashStar” (third party website) as you can see it on the mobile view within the blog, I also see it on my desktop browser from the offer above.
          If your on your phone and it brings you to CashStar just go to your settings and select “show page as desktop” and it should bring you to the true Delta page but always check the bottom of the page to ensure you do not see the words “CashStar”

        2. Brian Cohen says:

          You are correct about CashStar if you are wanting to take advantage of an offer or feature of certain American Express cards, Mike.

          For the record, the Internet web site to which I went was using a laptop computer — not a mobile telephone — where I purchased the gift cards.

  3. Nathan says:

    Or will this order if I am buying 5X 50 Delta GCs from the website for Amex reimbursements?

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      That should work, Nathan.

  4. Nathan says:

    Brian, you are very helpful, and your individual attention to comments is much appreciated.

  5. Mike says:

    Does anyone happen to know if there anyway to combine $50 delta gift cards as a single lump sum?

    I have 2 Platinum card and about 12 x $50 gift cards. Problem is Delta only allows you to use 3 Gift cards per ticket. I have elevated status and my spouse does not. If I book the tickets together she flys under my status (but I can only use 3 X gift cards) If I purchase tickets separate I can use 6 x gift cards but I normally receive an upgrade seat while she does not.

  6. Joey says:

    Thank you for this! I fly Delta a lot so just bought $250 gift card and got my $25 gift card too! YAY!

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      I hope you do not mind that seeing you post a comment here at The Gate is my version of YAY!, Joey, as I have not seen you post a comment in a while.

      I am glad you were able to take advantage of this promotion.

  7. JL says:

    Hi Brian,
    do you see the charges from your purchase on your credit card account yet?
    If so, do you mind letting us know whether the processor of the payment is Delta or CashStar?
    It’ll be great if it’s processed directly by Delta so I can use my amex platinum credit for this.
    Thank you.

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      The charge appeared in my American Express card account as a pending charge of $250.00 called DELTA AIR LINES GC rather quickly after the purchase, JL.

      Nowhere does the name CashStar appear — although the e-mail message with the electronic gift card claims that it will appear as DELTA CSTAR GFTCD.

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