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March Bilt Rent Day
Rent Day is coming up on Wednesday, March 1. This month Bilt members will have additional opportunities for using their points for more value, as in 50% more value on Amazon purchases. You’ll also have a chance to shop the Bilt Collection at half price. Plus searching for flights just got easier when using the app. Let’s see what you can expect this rent day.
50% More Value for Amazon Purchases
On March 1st, Bilt Points will be worth 50% more when cardholders use them towards Amazon purchases.
Bilt and Amazon’s ‘Shop with Points’ partnership allows Bilt Rewards members to purchase millions of products from Amazon including tech, home goods, apparel and more simply by redeeming Bilt Points. Normally, this is not a good way to use your points as you only get a value of 0.7 cents per point (cpp). With the added bonus that value goes up to 1.05 cpp.
To shop, just make sure your Bilt Mastercard is linked to your Amazon account, and choose to redeem with Bilt Points at checkout. Point value will be reflected in your cart.
But even with the added value, it doesn’t make sense to use Bilt Rewards on Amazon, considering that you have valuable transfer partners such as Hyatt.
50% Off Bilt Collection
For one day only, members can shop 50% off all items in the Bilt Collection. This is Bilt’s curated collection of limited-edition art and home decor.
This season’s winter collection includes 4 pieces of original artwork designed in collaboration with Basel-based contemporary painter and Bilt Resident artist Felix Kindelán. Other Bilt Collection pieces include tableware, linens, games, and seasonal items. Redemptions for the Bilt Collection start at 2,500 Bilt Points on Rent Day only.
I have never purchases any items from the Bilt Collection, but let us know in the comments if you see anything that could be worth using points for.
Rent Day Challenge
This month’s Rent Day Challenge is different from usual. Bilt is sweetening the deal with even more giveaways. In addition to the regular Rent Giveaway where three lucky winners will get their rent paid (up to $2500) for the month, there’s also a chance to win one of five pairs of round trip tickets to Hawaii for you and a companion.
To be entered to win, solve the riddle in the Bilt app on March 1 and submit your answer to https://biltrewards.tfaforms.net/f/rentdaychallenge. A total of eight winners will be randomly selected and announced on 2/3. The giveaway will be open to Bilt members and non-members.
Follow @BiltRewards on Instagram for extra clues to solve the Rent Day Challenge.
On Rent Day you can earn double points with the Bilt Mastercard across all non-rent spend, including:
- 6x on Dining (regularly 3x points)
- 4x on Travel (regularly 2x points)
- 2x on all other spend (regularly 1x points)
Cardholders will receive double earnings, up to 10,000 bonus points, from 12:00am ET on March 1 through 11:59pm PT on March 1st. Cardholders will continue to earn 1x points on their rent payments when paying with the Bilt Mastercard. Don’t forget, cardholders must use their card 5 times each statement period to earn points.
Log in the Bilt Rewards app on March 1st to play Bilt’s ‘Point Quest’ trivia, with Bilt Points up for grabs! Answer 5 questions, and instantly win 50 points for each correct answer. Those who answer 5/5 correctly can access an 6th bonus question for an extra 100 Bilt Points.
Rent Day Rides are back again on March 1st at 57 SoulCycle locations nationwide. Members can book a class and receive a complimentary bike for a friend. Members can reserve the special-themed class via Soul-Cycle.com, through the SoulCycle app or directly through the Bilt Rewards app.
This month there’s also something extra. One lucky rider and their guest attending a Rent Day Ride will both get a month of rent paid by Bilt.
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