great year end discount for GoGo on Delta airlines delta points blog

With a HT to my fellow BA blogger Michael W. Travels, GoGo has a great value for Delta Air Lines travelers that is 30% off a Delta Traveler pass for just $27.97. Now there are some things to keep in mind with this deal.

The first is that GoGo will auto bill you the regular rate if you do not cancel after the first month. I use the Delta Traveler pass often throughout the year. But, as you can see by the yellow box I have added to the screen shot from GoGo, you can cancel at any time and I do. How fast do I cancel? As fast as I can ie once I have the confirmation I have paid, I IMMEDIATELY go online via chat and cancel (you get to use the GoGo then for 30 days with NO auto-billing)!

Also, notice you have until the 31st to get this deal so you may want to wait to get this. This is targeted for new users only so if you currently have a subscription you can not get it (but you can once your current month ends or if you have another email account you want to use). I will NOT be flying again until after 01JAN2014 so I will wait until the 30th to re-subscribe so I have the discounted price for my January flying next year. I suggest if you don’t want to forget, just put a reminder in your phone right now to do this on the 30th (I just did)! – René

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Posted by Delta Points | 4 Comments

4 Responses to “Amazing 30% off Delta Traveler pass just $27.97 for 30 days through 31DEC for new users!”

  1. john says:

    LOUSY deal.
    Go with BOINGO for $9.95 monthly – half off holiday deal for 6 months

  2. Delta Points says:

    @John – uh, this is for on the airplane – not at the airport – BOINGO is not on the jets ;-)

  3. […] about earlier this month, GoGo, if you don’t have an active subscription right now, has a great 30% off deal you can get until the end of the month. I will be waiting to get mine as long as I can to use it in […]

  4. […] one is the 30% off a month of GoGo that expires after the 31st as I blogged about here. I have been holding off till today to get max benefit for flying in January. Just remember to […]

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