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Delta Airline Ups It’s Sky Club Membership Requirements

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Delta Airlines seems to be responding to complaints that it's Sky Clubs are becoming uncomfortably crowded. Members received notice Friday morning that new requirements are being put in place for membership.

Effective immediately, renewal of Delta's Executive Membership to Sky Clubs is $695 a year with two guests allowed.

Beginning March 1, 2014, Individual Membership will be offered for $450. Daily passes to Sky Clubs can be purchased for $29.

While those who have used their credit card status as a way of entering will still be granted access, their guests will have to pay the $29 daily Sky Club guest fee. even though the number of guests have always been limited, some clubs have not been as stringent in their monitoring of the situation. Delta warns that, too, will change.

If you are an existing Delta Airlines Sky Club Member, you now have Executive Sky Club Membership for the duration of your current membership agreement.

Delta.com/skyclub

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