While I rarely use expired coupons, Mr. Map likes to give it a whirl. So he grabbed four vouchers to conduct a very unscientific experiment. At least that was his excuse. (I think his real goal was to quench his thirst after a long meeting with his boss.)
Without further ado, I present Mr. Map’s very unscientific experiment to determine if expired Delta drink coupons can be used in flight.
Expired Delta Airlines Drink Coupon
|Flight Segment||Result (Yes/No)||Notes|
|Madison to Atlanta||NO||Request made to 1 female attendant, approx age under 30.|
|Atlanta to Indianapolis||No||Request made to 1 female attendant, approx age under 30.|
|Indianapolis to Atlanta||Yes||2 coupons accepted! Request made to 1 female attendant, approx age over 30.|
|Atlanta to Madison||No||Request made to 1 male attendant, approx age under 30.|
Result: Perhaps one can conclude that a seasoned flight attendant is more willing to go the extra mile to make sure passengers had a pleasant in-flight experience. One may also conclude that the flight attendant was able to ascertain when someone needed a break after a long meeting. In other words, with any expired deal, Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV).
Read: Check out an earlier post for tips on Delta Airlines Have One On Us Coupon. In this post, I highlight ways to get these coupons at a discount – even free. And using these types of coupons for delicious snack boxes listed on Delta’s Eats Menu (PDF).
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