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Expedia Group and Bilt Rewards launch exclusive travel portal for Bilt members

Expedia Group will provide the technology platform and travel inventory for the all-new Bilt Travel Portal, allowing Bilt Rewards members to easily book travel to thousands of destinations worldwide.

SEATTLE – Expedia Group announced a collaboration with Bilt Rewards to launch the new Bilt Travel Portal, available exclusively to Bilt Rewards members. Starting now, Bilt Rewards members can use their Bilt points to cover all or a portion of the cost of their next vacation, and can book every aspect of their travel – from flights to hotels and even theme park or Broadway show tickets – directly through the Bilt Rewards app. 

Launched in June 2021, Bilt Rewards is the first-ever loyalty program and co-brand credit card for renters, enabling 109 million renters in the U.S. to earn points on their largest monthly expense with no fees. The free Bilt Rewards loyalty program is available to renters living within the Bilt Rewards Alliance, a network of more than 2 million rental units in the U.S., or by using the Bilt Mastercard, the first credit card that can be used to pay rent with no transaction fees at any rental unit in the U.S. 

Bilt members enjoy one of the highest value rewards programs available, with the ability to redeem points towards travel, boutique fitness classes, limited-edition art and home décor, as well as towards rent credits and even towards a down payment on a future home. With the addition of the Bilt Travel Portal powered by Expedia Group, members now have access to thousands of new options to redeem their points, further enhancing the value of Bilt’s loyalty program. 

“Travel is among the most important experiences to our members, who don’t want to be limited when it comes to using their hard-earned loyalty points,” said Bilt Rewards Founder and CEO Ankur Jain. “Partnering with Expedia Group enables us to give members a one-stop-shop with access to endless travel options, along with the easy integration to create a seamless booking experience.”

 With Expedia Group’s White Label Template technology, Bilt members can access more than 700,000 properties, 500 airlines, 120 car rental companies and thousands of activities around the world. White Label Template provides the functionality of the site, plus the tools and customer support to help Bilt members ask questions or manage bookings. The solution combines Expedia Group’s expert knowledge of the travel industry with a nearly $2 billion annual investment in new technology innovation to meet evolving needs and demands from both partners and travelers.

“We’re excited to power the Bilt Travel Portal, and to help the Bilt Rewards members build the vacation of their dreams simply by paying rent,” said Christian Gerron, Senior Vice President, Media & Brand Partnerships, Expedia Group. “Our innovative solutions provide Bilt Rewards with technology they need to build a wonderful experience and offer an unparalleled amount of travel options to their members.”

To access the Bilt Travel Portal powered by Expedia Group, Bilt members can log into the Bilt Rewards app, or visit and use their Bilt Rewards login credentials to view available travel supply and booking options. 

Members will be able to see the value of their Bilt points when booking in real time, with 10,000 Bilt points equivalent to $125 in travel credits. Members will also earn 2x points on bookings made in the Bilt Travel Portal using their Bilt Mastercard, and 1x points when booking with another form of payment. 

Vicky Karantzavelou
Co-Founder & Chief Editor - TravelDailyNews Media Network | Website

Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.