Amenity Kit Giveaway: Delta Air Lines BusinessElite Tumi Case

Last week I reviewed the latest Delta Air Lines BusinessElite amenity kit featuring a Tumi case. I encourage you to check out my critique, as this one scored highest of the three Delta kits I’ve reviewed to date here on Frequently Flying. It’s vastly improved from the red cylindrical offering first appearing in 2011(ish), and a notch above last year’s tan handle bag.

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Delta BusinessElite amenities

And since the fine folks at Delta sent me two, I’ve decided to give the other still-sealed kit away to one of you.

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Sealed Delta Air Lines Tumi amenity kit

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below telling me which of the three Delta kits I’ve reviewed you like best. Links to all three appear above and below.

Only one comment per person, please. I’ll draw a winner this Wednesday, September 11 at 12:00 p.m. PDT using the trusty random number generator. Be sure to use a valid email address in the comment form as that’s how I’ll get in touch with the winner. Oh, and don’t worry if your comment gets held for moderation. I’ll be sure to approve them all in advance of the drawing.

Good luck!

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  1. Without a doubt, I like the Delta Air Lines BusinessElite Tumi case amenity kit the best. It is the classiest of the three.

  2. I definitely prefer the Tumi amenity kit. Not only the best of the 3 Delta kits but I think this is the best kit from any of the U.S. carriers.

  3. Of all three cases, I think this one is definitely the most stylish of them. Though 2011’s red cylinder was definitely an experiment in being fashionable and interesting. I’d carry the red cylinder, but love the brand appeal that comes with this amenity case – very chic!

  4. The Tumi – by far. The Red Cylinder was good of reycling as a traveling computer cables holder…but the Tumi is a major improvement.

  5. My favorite is definitely the tumi one. Big step in right direction and shows delta might not hate its customers after all.

  6. Since I’m a fan of lip balm (ok…its a fetish) and Korres, I like the amenities in the tan case the best. I would never toss aside a Tumi case, though.

  7. I like the Tumi one the most because it looks less like an airline amenity kit bag and can, thus, be used for other things.

  8. I’ve been getting a bunch of these on US to Asia flights the last few months — if you connect on DL via NRT, it’s frequently two of them in each direction — and they are more in line with my luggage. I like them; and I am using them more than with any previous amenity kits I’ve gotten from US airlines in many years.

  9. The Tumi kit looks awesome. The packaging of the stuff inside, for some reason, makes me think of Virgin Atlantic (yes, I’m weird). Without all the stuff in it I can use it to carry my diabetic stuff (instead of the incredibly lame nylon things they ordinarily come with).

  10. Will Delta just give you a kit if you ask them? Also, what routes do they give these out on? I’m thinking of flying ATL to ABQ in BussinessElite.

    • @Andy: No, I believe you’d only get the kit if you flew BusinessElite internationally. They were kind in sending me these kits as an exception since I blog about them. 😉

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