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You can certainly suspend your benefit ... you can also draw a spousal benefit which is actually 1/2 of your wife's amoiunt.
Yes, you can suspend your benefit and draw the spousal benefit until you reach full retirement age.
The one-time deal is for you to suspend your benefits - you can only suspend your benefit one time.
But, you can begin to draw the spousal benefit, then switch
What you do is call social security at 1-800-772-1213 and tell them you want to suspend your benefit
Then, you can also tell them you would like to arrange for the spousal benefit
They may send your first check, but that's okay. They will suspend and your benefits will continue to grow
The impact of getting one check would be negligible on your ultimate benefit at age 70
You don't have to
You can though, it would probably make your situation a lot cleaner
You would just take the check back to your local social security office and they would handle the paperwork there
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