“Is That First Class Or What” - Points Miles and Martinis


Flight Attendant: “It’s going to be a bumpy ride tonight, would you like a drink on the ground?”

Seatmate 7A: “Ah, no thanks, I’ll wait until we get up in the air”

My Thoughts: “Take the clue man”

Flight Attendant: “Are you sure you don’t want a drink, we may not be able to serve you in flight due to turbulence”

Seatmate 7A: “I’ll have a Vodka & Tonic”

My Response: “Nice call, I need a drink mate, I’ll have a Blue Moon”

Flight Attendant: When she delivers the Blue Moon she says “It even comes with an orange, is that First Class or what?”

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Fortunately you can still get a complimentary Blue Moon in Delta First Class, and that IS First Class.

But what about the Budweiser in the SkyClub?

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  • Amol (@PointsToPointB) said,

    A Blue Moon come with an orange at my local dive bar, too.

  • Amol (@PointsToPointB) said,

    Just wait until you’re munching on Frito’s!

  • Matt from Saverocity said,

    Both buds. Both classy.

  • Jon said,

    If they had a TAP, that would be first class

  • Michelle S said,

    The United Club in Denver serves Blue Moon, no orange

  • Delta Points said,

    BlueMoon=Nummy!
    Bud=Skunky – IMO

  • Scott said,

    Blue moon is hardly premium. See if you can get a Yeti or Arrogant Bastard next time.

  • Greg said,

    Hold out until you get Monkey Butt

  • Arthur H said,

    @Scott – agree that Blue Moon is not premium, especially considering that MillerCoors owns it.

    Now they just need to offer a good quality scotch whisky in F, not that would be real first class. Granted most people would not like my type of scotch which is Talisker or Ardbeg.

  • Marshall Jackson said,

    I think Delta should serve Sweetwater IPA in First, but that’s just me.

  • Damon said,

    +1 for Sweetwater. It would be so easy for them to serve it, especially on flights originating in ATL.

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