CHICAGO, IL - Credit card juggernaut American Express, hot off a successful launch of a credit card made from recycled airplanes, may have done it again. The new Amex Grey Card is reportedly made directly from the souls of travel influencers.
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CHICAGO, IL – Credit card juggernaut American Express, hot off a successful launch of a credit card made from recycled airplanes, may have done it again. The new Amex Grey Card is reportedly made directly from the souls of travel influencers.


In a move no one saw coming, credit card juggernaut American Express dropped a new credit card this week in its partnership with Delta Airlines. The new card is a masterpiece in design and is made from recycled parts of Boeing 747s. Airline geeks, travel bloggers, and everyone in between began drooling almost immediately.

Now, the credit card company is aiming even higher as it announces another sure-to-be-hot credit card made from the souls of the travel influencers and bloggers hocking it.

The new American Express Delta Airlines Grey Card is offering 1.2 trillion Sky Miles to every travel blogger or travel influencer who continuously pumps it on their various social media channels, travel blogs or other content locations.

Holders of the card will also receive several benefits including free high fives from gate agents, a reduced annual fee of $1095, and 11,000 bonus miles after spending $31,000in the first 31 days.

Perhaps the coup de grace is that cardholders will receive complimentary access to the line for the Delta Airlines Sky Club. The card will not grant access to the club, just to the line.

Lee Ballou

Lee is the brains (but definitely not the looks) of The Takeoff Nap. When he's not complaining about upgrades he runs a few travel blogs, but this one is his favorite.

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  1. 1.2 trillion? I just checked JFK-FRA round-trip in Delta One – nowhere near enough. Better luck next time!

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