American Express and Delta Air Lines are relaunching the Delta SkyMiles American Express Card portfolio, with the companies promising to provide more ways to earn miles and new travel benefits. The “Gold” card will offer extra mileage benefits for restaurants and supermarkets, plus a $100 flight credit, but will no longer offer the Medallion Qualifying Dollar Waiver or give discounted access to Delta SkyClubs; the annual fee increases from $95 to $99.

The “Platinum” card adds benefits for hotels, restaurants and supermarkets, plus a TSA Pre-Check credit, but decreases some mileage offerings and increases its SkyClub cost and the annual fee from $195 to $250. And the “Reserve” card adds earning and Medallion Qualification Miles options, new choices for lounge access, a Global Entry and TSA Pre-Check credit and seat upgrade offerings; the annual fee rises from $450 to $550.