Fare Classes & Tickets

Smarter Travel Begins Here

When it comes to fares and fees, we don't want there to be any unwanted surprises. Being a smart traveler means knowing what to expect. Take the time to read through this section, so you know exactly what fees you can expect — and even better, what fees you can avoid all together.

Ticket Currencies

Fares for travel originating in most of the world’s major industrialized countries are filed and quoted in the primary currency of those countries and in U.S. dollars for other countries. Eligible Pay with Miles customers can log in and choose to have fares quoted in U.S. dollars, regardless of the travel origin country.
Tickets purchased on delta.com will be reported to your credit/debit card-issuer as sales made in the country from which travel originates. For example, if you buy a ticket from Paris to New York, the transaction will be reported as a purchase made in France in Euros. In this example, if your credit/debit card billing address country is not France, your card issuer may assess a foreign transaction and/or currency conversion fee, as described in your cardholder agreement. "Pay with Miles" tickets are reported as sales made in the U.S.