New Travelocity Credit Card Promises Easier Point Redemption
Online travel site Travelocity has launched the Travelocity Rewards MasterCard, a rewards point credit card that it says offers easier redemptions than other travel credit cards. Cardholders receive double points on purchases at Travelocity and one point per dollar for purchases elsewhere.
Points can be used for either free tickets or for direct cash discounts on flights. Points can be redeemed online for travel on any airline, hotel, car rental company, or travel package available on Travelocity at any time, so no blackout dates or restrictions apply. In addition, Travelocity promises an easier redemption process, requesting any point redemptions within the general reservation process (similar to using a gift certificate) instead of requiring a special phone call or other process for redemptions.
Customers canb start redeeming at the 5,000-point level, with 5,000 points equalling a $50 discount. Discounts get higher as more points are redeemed, including:
- 20,000 points = A free flight worth up to $400, or $400 off travel package, hotel stays or car rentals
- 15,000 points = $200 credit
- 12,500 points = $150 credit
- 7,500 points = $100 credit
The Travelocity Rewards MasterCard is issued by Barclays Bank Delaware (formerly Juniper Bank).
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