A surefire way to get preferred seating on Delta is to simply pay for the seats when you book your travel.
The cost varies widely depending on where you are flying and how high you wish to upgrade.
: Yes Can I select or change my seat with the Delta Air Lines (DL) self-service kiosk check-in?
: Yes Yes, you may check-in for your Delta Air Lines (DL) flight at the airport ticket counter from 30 minutes to 4 hours before the scheduled departure time and receive a printed boarding pass.
Can I check bags with the Delta Air Lines (DL) self-service kiosk check-in?
: Yes Can I pay bag fees with the Delta Air Lines (DL) self-service kiosk check-in?As you cramp your legs into a coach seat, it’s tough not to feel a twinge of envy for those sitting in relative comfort at the front of the plane.When flying on Delta Airlines, you have a number of options to pass that velvet rope into Delta preferred seats.Delta’s poshest seat offering is the Delta One Suite, available on select long-haul international flights.There, you can enjoy seats that flatten out into a bed, chef-curated meals and high-end toiletries.You might have to pay a little more, but if you are a loyal Delta customer, you may be able to make your way to the front without paying a cent extra.Delta’s basic preferred seat is called Delta Comfort Plus.If you have racked up frequent flier miles with Delta, you can use them to move up to preferred seats.When you reserve tickets through Delta’s website, you receive the “Upgrade with Miles” option, with which you can use miles to move from the main cabin to Delta Comfort Plus, Delta First Class and Delta One seating.: Yes Can I select or change my seat with the Delta Air Lines (DL) online web check-in?: Yes Yes, you may check-in for your Delta Air Lines (DL) flight with your mobile device starting 24 hours and ending 60 minutes before the scheduled departure time (depending on your departure city and destination) to receive a mobile boarding pass on your mobile device.