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Delta already dropped change fees (although you still need to watch out for a fare difference!)

They emailed today with a pretty easy proposition.

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If you need to change your flight, you can quickly make changes at delta.com or with the Fly Delta App. Then, as a one-time offer, we’ll gift you 2,500 bonus miles. Rest assured, the value of your ticket will not be lost. Offer ends June 30, 2021.

The page is public so I’m pretty sure that this offer is open to everyone.

Depending on what route you are on, you might be able to earn the miles with little to no effort, simply by changing from one flight to another at a similar time. Or, just keep it in mind should you actually need to change your flight.

Either way it’s a super easy 2,500 miles (which I would value at roughly $30).

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