Bilt Partners with Alaska Airlines, 1:1 Transfers and 3X on Rent


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Bilt Partners with Alaska Airlines

🔃 Update (May 15, 2024) – As of today, 3x earning on rent payments with the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® Credit Card is live.

Bilt Rewards announced today the addition of a new transfer partner, Alaska Airlines. But the partnership goes beyond point transfers, as it will also add a bonus earning category for Alaska cardholders.

Effective immediately, Bilt Rewards members can convert points to Alaska Mileage Plan at a 1:1 transfer ratio. This is an important addition for Alaska frequent flyers as Alaska Mileage Plan doesn’t have partnerships for point transfers with other major points currencies.

Another part of this new partnership will launch later this spring. Alaska Airlines cardholders will start earning 3 miles per dollar spent when using the Alaska Airlines Visa® credit card to pay rent through Bilt. The new bonus category will be added to the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® card only and not the business card.

This new benefit will be limited to $50,000 in rent payments annually through Bilt. However, these payments will cost you 3%, just like other non-Bilt cards.

Currently you can earn 1 Bilt Point per dollar spent on rent payments up to $100,000 per calendar year when using the Bilt Mastercard. But those payments don’t incur any fees.

You can see more details about this partnership and link your account here.

Bilt Rewards Transfer Partners

Point transfers are initiated using the Bilt App. All transfers are at a ratio of 1:1 and will be nearly instant. There is a minimum point transfer of 2,000 Bilt Points for members who are Blue Status and a minimum point transfer of 1,000 Bilt Points for members who are Silver, Gold, or Platinum Bilt Status. All transfers must be done in 1,000 point increments.

Partner Ratio
Aer Lingus AerClub 1 : 1
Air Canada Aeroplan 1 : 1
Air France / KLM Flying Blue 1 : 1
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan 1 : 1
American Airlines AAdvantage 1 : 1
Avianca LifeMiles 1 : 1
British Airways Executive Club 1 : 1
Cathay Pacific Asia Miles 1 : 1
Emirates Skywards 1 : 1
Hawaiian Airlines Hawaiian Miles 1 : 1
Hilton Honors 1 : 1
Iberia Plus 1 : 1
Turkish Airlines Miles & Smiles 1 : 1
United Mileage Plus 1 : 1
Virgin Red 1 : 1
IHG Rewards 1 : 1
Marriott Bonvoy 1 : 1
World of Hyatt 1 : 1

In recent days, Bilt Rewards and American AAdvantage announced that they will end their partnership in June of 2024.

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