Expedia points are worth 0.71 cents each, on average. That means 10,000 Expedia points have a value of roughly $71. Expedia points are less valuable than the average travel miles, which are worth almost 1.10 cents each.
It's important to remember that the value of Expedia points depends on how they are redeemed. They have the most value when used for Expedia Rewards booking.
You earn Expedia credit card points by making purchases.
You will earn at least 1 point per $1 spent on all purchases made with the Expedia+ Card, but only certain hotel reservations booked through Expedia are eligible for the card’s bonus earning rate. More specifically, you earn 3 points per $1 on Expedia Rate Hotel reservations, in addition to flights, travel packages and activities. Eligible hotels should be noted in the search results on Expedia.… read full answer
If you want a card with lucrative rewards on all hotel reservations, the Capital One Venture Visa is a great option. It offers at least 2% back on all purchases, as long as you redeem for a statement credit to cover the cost of travel. They also have big initial bonuses.
The easiest way you can pay your Expedia Credit Card is either online or over the phone at (866) 458-4271.
Here’s how you can pay your Expedia Credit Card:
Online: To pay your Expedia Credit Card bill online, visit the issuer’s website and log in with your credentials. Then, navigate to the “Payments & Transfers” tab at the top, and click “Pay Citi credit cards.” Next, choose your Expedia Credit Card from the drop-down menu and type in the amount you’d like to pay. You’ll need to add your bank account and routing number to fund the payment.… read full answer
Mobile app: You can also pay your credit card bill using the issuer’s mobile app. The procedure is the same as paying through the website.
Phone: To pay your Expedia Credit Card bill over the phone, call (866) 458-4271 and have your credit card number nearby. After verifying your account information, use the automated system to make your payment.
Mail: If you would rather mail in an Expedia Credit Card payment, send a check or money order, along with the payment coupon from your monthly statement, to:
Citi Cards P.O. Box 9001037 Louisville KY, 40290-1037
Overnight Delivery / Express Payments
Citibank Express Payments 6716 Grade Lane Building 9, Suite 910 Louisville, KY 40213
You’ll want to include your name and the last 4 digits of your account number on the front of your check or money order.
Keep in mind that payments via regular mail take the longest time to post. So, in order to avoid being late, always send your payments at least 5-7 days before your due date.
The credit score that you needed for the Expedia Credit Card was 700, at a minimum. This means that at least good credit was required for approval. However, the Expedia Credit Card is no longer available for new applicants.
Alternative Credit Card Option
If you are looking for a good alternative, you should consider applying for the Hotels.com Credit Card. This card also requires at least good credit for approval (a credit score of 700+). Plus, you can earn 1 Stamp each time you spend $500, 1 Stamp for each night’s stay at properties booked on Hotels.com, 1 Reward Night for 10 Stamps collected.… read full answer
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