American Express customers take note: American Express and Delta Air Lines introduce Buy now, Pay later option for flight fares

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American Express and Delta Air Lines have been longtime partners in the card space, and today they announced that they’re giving consumers more flexibility to pay for flights over time. Starting Feb. 17, American Express cardholders will be able to use Plan It®, Amex’s branded buy now, pay later (BNPL) feature, to cover Delta flights of $100 or more.

Here’s what you need to know about the announcement, plus what to keep in mind when using BNPL.

Eligible consumer American Express cardholders will be able to break up the cost of their Delta flight into smaller payments over time with the Plan It option.

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