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A Leg Up for Tech Companies on the Rise: SkyBonus for Tech Rewards Program

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Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) is partnering with Delta Air Lines to help small-to mid-sized businesses in Oregon and Southwest Washington innovate and grow their business.

With nonstop service to Asia, Europe and across the U.S., Delta can connect you with customers, suppliers and partners around the globe.  From booking to departure and beyond, they can help travelers follow their ideas wherever it may take them. 

To provide even more value for TAO member companies, Delta offers SkyBonus®, an industry-leading business loyalty program with a unique offer for Tech companies to reward the ground-breakers and earth-shakers who blaze new trails through the tech industry. With SkyBonus, Delta offers small- to mid-sized companies points for every dollar spent while employees continue earning SkyMiles. SkyBonus points can be used for flights, upgrades, Delta Sky Club® memberships and more—a leg up for your company’s traveling employees and your travel budget. 

SkyBonus for Tech Benefits include:

• Free to enroll
• Earn points on every eligible Delta, Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Aeromexico and Virgin Atlantic flights
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• Travelers still earn miles in the SkyMiles® Program while your company earns SkyBonus points
• Enjoy Silver Medallion® status upgrades or equivalent status matching from other carriers with qualifying credentials
• The most loyal companies qualify for SkyBonus Elite, which delivers benefits like point bonuses, quarterly Sky Partner
TM reports, enhanced availability flight certificates and priority servicing by SkyBonus representatives

Email SkyBonusTech@Delta.com to join SkyBonus for Tech and receive 45,000 points when you sign up and fly on a qualifying flight within the first 60 days.

Your company is groundbreaking and innovative—shouldn’t your travel be the same? Make sure your business is on board with the smartest no-cost way to save on travel. 

To learn more and share with your company, please view the downloadable SkyBonus for Tech PDF


This blog post is supported through a partnership between Technology Association of Oregon and Delta Air Lines.


 


Terms and Conditions:

To enroll in SkyBonus through the SkyBonus for Tech promotion, companies must activate their account via direct Delta Sales offer, inclusive of enrollment code. Companies with a Delta, Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Virgin Atlantic or Aeromexico Preferred Carrier Agreement are not eligible. Travel agencies and other sellers of travel are not eligible to accrue points or rewards outside of special incentives associated with Delta Sales offer. All SkyBonus program rules apply to SkyBonus program membership, points, offers, point accrual, point redemption and travel benefits. To review the rules, please visit delta.com/skybonus. Taxes and fees for award travel are the responsibility of the passenger and must be paid at the time the ticket is booked. Award travel seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or in all markets. Companies in select countries are not eligible for SkyBonus. Additional restrictions may apply. Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Virgin Atlantic and Aeromexico earning and redemption only available to North America-based companies. Offer of complimentary Silver Medallion upgrade or equivalent tier status match from other carriers may only be granted once for each individual SkyMiles member. © Delta Air Lines 07/19

¹Air France,KLM, Alitalia, and Aeromexico earning and redemption only available to companies in North America.

 

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