Exciting news – Expedia Group brought the family closer with a unified and expanded loyalty program, and it’s not just for Expedia. Hotels.com and the vacation rental site, Vrbo, are all part of the fun!
Here’s a breakdown of the Expedia One Key travel loyalty program and how to maximize the benefits!
Expedia’s One Key Loyalty Program
One Key is all about bringing the perks to YOU. And guess what? Joining is completely free! Plus, the more you dive into the program, the deeper the rewards get.
It’s like peeling back layers of excitement—so let’s dig in!
You can rack up points and tier credits on eligible bookings for pretty much everything related to your travel escapades. We’re talking hotel stays, car rentals, activities that make your heart race, cozy home rentals, and yes, even those flights that take you to new horizons.
But that’s not all!
One Key is a master of bringing families together. It’s merging two existing loyalty programs – Expedia Rewards and Hotels.com Rewards – and for the very first time, it’s sprinkling rewards fairy dust over Vrbo, which didn’t have a loyalty program before.
You’ll be able to earn and spend ‘OneKeyCash’ (their rewards currency) on cozy Hotels.com stays, awesome Vrbo vacation rentals, and a whole lot more on Expedia.
Now, here’s the lowdown – if you’ve been rolling with Expedia, Hotels.com, or Vrbo, most of you will automatically make the jump to One Key. Vrbo buddies, be sure to give those new terms and conditions a nod.
Otherwise, you can sign up for free to start earning and saving for that next trip!
How to Earn Rewards with One Key
It’s pretty straightforward!
When you’re a One Key member, you get OneKeyCash for every dollar you spend on eligible hotels, vacation rentals, activities, dreamy packages, car rentals, and even those epic cruise adventures.
Regarding flights, you’ll also get OneKeyCash for every dollar spent. This OneKeyCash bonus is on top of any airline loyalty program rewards and credit card perks you’re already racking up.
And here’s the cherry on top – OneKeyCash goes to the account holder who does the booking, regardless of who’s jet-setting.
Planning a family trip or girlfriend getaway?
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