Bilt Offers Up to 5x Points on Lyft Rides

by Anthony Losanno
Bilt Lyft

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I love when there are bonus opportunities to earn additional points and miles. Whether that’s earning Delta SkyMiles® for every Starbucks® purchase (link your accounts here if you haven’t) or Marriott Bonvoy® points for every Uber ride (link your accounts here), these all present opportunities to earn more on activities you would normally do anyway. Bilt Rewards and Lyft have now entered a partnership of their own.

As of today, Bilt Mastercard® holders will earn five points for every $1 spent on the card with Lyft after they link their accounts (here). They must also select Bilt as the primary rewards partner with Lyft (sorry no double-dip opportunity). If you don’t have the card, you can still earn 2x points for every dollar spent. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Bilt Rewards

The Bilt Mastercard® has no annual fee and earns:

  • 3 points per $1 spent on dining
  • 2 points per $1 spent on travel
  • 1 point per $1 spent on rent (up to 50,000 points annually)
  • 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases

With the exception of rent, these earnings are doubled on the 1st of each month for Bilt’s Rent Day (you can see some of the other Rent Day fun here).

Anthony’s Take: I am a die-hard Uber rider and have never used Lyft. If this is your rideshare provider of choice and even more so if you have a Bilt credit card, there is a great earn opportunity here.

Learn more about the Bilt Mastercard®. Rewards and Benefits. See Rates and Fees.

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