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Upgraded; will it stick?

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I bought a premium economy at a good price (1300usd) RT SFO to LHR on Delta, flying on Virgin Atlantic metal. Usually I hold out for biz but the flight is direct and I didn't have the miles on Delta. I did check Virgin website and am not able to buy upgrade due to restrictions at that fare.

I got an email a few weeks ago from Delta that I was upgraded to Upper Class on the flight, though Virgin lists flight as PE and doesn't show seats and I am still listed "sky priority" on Delta website with 20H as the seat (PE).

Flight is 34 days away and Delta shows "a change to itinerary" allowing me to change/cancel without penalty.

Any thoughts on whether they are likely to bump me back to PE? There were plenty of seats on Virgin Upper Class last I checked. Sure I can just wait and see but it will affect my packing (and my outlook on the trip) so am wondering the probabilities.

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