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That morning Starbucks run is about to pay off even more thanks to a new team-up between Delta Airlines and Starbucks.

Two popular but seemingly unrelated loyalty programs — Delta SkyMiles and Starbucks Rewards — are joining forces to reward their customers for grabbing coffee or taking flights. You don’t have to spend a dime to sign up for Delta SkyMiles or Starbucks Rewards.

Find out how you can earn free coffee and flights with the new Starbucks and Delta rewards program:

 

Link your Delta SkyMiles & Starbucks Rewards to get points for every $1 you spend at Starbucks.

a family in an airport in front of some Delta planes holding Starbucks cups

Your daily coffee habit will help you earn SkyMiles that could eventually turn into free airfare. For every $1 you spend on Starbucks, Delta will reward you with one SkyMiles point (one SkyMile?). And that’s on top of the Starbucks Stars you earn (one Star per $1 spent or two Stars per $1 spent if you use a Starbucks card). Just visit DeltaStarbucks.com and log in with both programs’ credentials.

Don’t get too excited, though; you’re probably not going to be able to earn enough SkyMiles from Starbucks to buy a plane ticket. We’ve seen one-way flights that could be bought at Delta.com for as low as 2,500 SkyMiles, but tickets for 4,500 SkyMiles are much more common.

To earn those 4,500 SkyMiles, you’d need to buy 1,085 Venti Cafe Lattes at $4.15 apiece. But hey, if you did that (and used a Starbucks card to pay), you’d also have more than 9,000 Starbucks Stars (which would get you 180 free coffees).

Also: Diamond and Platinum SkyMiles members will be able to choose to receive 4,000 Starbucks Stars as one of their annual Choice benefits.

 

 

Earn double Starbucks points on days you fly Delta.

Man walking in an airport with Starbucks cup in hand, in front of a Delta sign

Another benefit of linking your Delta and Starbucks accounts is that you’ll get your own special double points days. Your Starbucks purchase on the days you have Delta flights will earn you double stars (Starbucks rewards points).

Typically Starbucks Rewards members only earn one Star per $1 on Starbucks purchases, and they get double stars if they pay with a gift card. On dates you have Delta flights, you’ll earn double the points no matter what way you pay.

TIP: If you travel on a day that’s already a Starbucks Double Star Day, you’ll earn triple Stars.

 

 

Earn Delta SkyMiles for Every Starbucks Purchase — Earn Stars & Miles With Every Coffee