TravelBank's Rewards program that pays you to spend less on corporate travel. Unlike most services that give you more reward points when you book more expensive options, TravelBank gives you more points when you choose less expensive options, saving your company money. Based on your company’s policy, each booking that is below the policy will show a rewards value when you book allowing you to factor TravelBank points into your decision. You book first, earn rewards, save money, and expense later as we auto-generate an expense for your booking.

TravelBank's Rewards program that pays you to spend less on corporate travel. Unlike most services that give you more reward points when you book more expensive options, TravelBank gives you more points when you choose less expensive options, saving your company money. Based on your company’s policy, each booking that is below the policy will show a rewards value when you book allowing you to factor TravelBank points into your decision. You book first, earn rewards, save money, and expense later as we auto-generate an expense for your booking.

How does it work?

We use a blend of real-time market rate availability and company policy to provide an average trip price for every booking. If you choose a flight below the TravelBank Benchmark, you split the savings with your company. For example:

You are flying from SFO to WAS and your TravelBank Benchmark is $500. You decide to take a red eye to save your company money and find a flight for $400. As a reward for choosing a less expensive flight, you will receive $50 in TravelBank points (baked into the cost of your flight at checkout and paid for by your company) resulting in 10% savings for the company and money in your pocket to spend in our store!

Once you complete your travel, the rewards you earned for saving your company money will be credited to your TravelBank account and you can redeem them for personal use on a variety of services.

Quick Tips on points

  • Consider flying with a new airline
  • Fly early in the morning or later in the evening, instead of between 9am - 6pm like most business travelers
  • Book flights with a short layover instead of always flying direct, take the time at the airport to knock out some work
  • Depart or arrive at alternative airports instead of flying into main hubs
  • Book an Airbnb or stay with a friend
  • Stay at a boutique hotel that costs less than a major chain
  • Currently rewards cannot be earned by choosing a Delta flight

Not ready for Auto Rewards?

No worries! There are a few ways to switch Auto Rewards off.

  1. As a company admin, you can go to Company Settings > Rewards & Budget Policy > Rewards Program > tap None to switch all rewards off. You can always toggle Auto Rewards later.
  2. At checkout, click “Disabled Rewards”. Rewards will remain off until you switch them back on at checkout.
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