Here’s something fun I recently discovered: select Delta Air Lines and Uber purchases earn points on your Bitmo account!
Credit cards linked to your Bitmo account trigger “Perks points” whenever you use them to pay for a transaction at a qualifying merchant.
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I used my Chase Sapphire Reserve® card to pay two $5.60 fees on two Delta award tickets. I also used the Reserve to pay the $5.65 cash balance on an Uber ride. Because my Chase Sapphire Reserve® is part of my Bitmo wallet, I earned 11 Perks points from the Delta purchase and 5 points on the Uber sale. Take a look below.
Those Bitmo Perks points are in addition to whatever else I earned — i.e. credit cards points/miles, Delta SkyMiles, Uber rewards, etc.
Here’s our Bitmo referral link. Once you sign up, enroll in the Perks program, and link an eligible credit card, you should receive some bonus points to put toward a future redemption. Or when you sign up, enter promo code “christopherc7.”
How Can You Redeem Bitmo Perks Points?
Once you accrue a certain number of Bitmo Perks points, you can redeem them for select gift cards. Perks points are worth a penny each. So 5,000 perks points earns you a $5 gift card, 20,000 gives you a $20 gift card, etc. Bitmo regularly offers big bonuses on purchases made at certain purchases. For example, you’ll see in the example above that Uber Eats gift card purchases earn 125X Perks points.
Here’s Why I Say “Select Purchases”
You can link your Bitmo account to several credit card and bank providers using Plaid. Some eligible major issuers are:
- Bank of America
- Capital One
- Wells Fargo
Did you notice a heavy hitter that’s not on that list?
Yep. American Express is not an eligible Bitmo perks cards partner. So if you use an Amex card for most (or all) of your purchases, you might not be able to enjoy Bitmo perks earnings through other merchants.
(That said, Bitmo accepts PayPal and mobile wallet accounts for purchases. You can use your Amex to pay directly for Bitmo gift card purchases.)
I like Bitmo because they often feature great e-gift card deals that earn Bitmo and credit card points. Plus, some purchases you make with eligible credit cards earn you Bitmo Perks — which you can redeem for free gift cards.
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