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Rakuten is offering increased rates of 10% back / 10x Membership Rewards points per dollar spent at many popular retailers today, including popular travel brands like IHG, Dell, Best Western, Viator, TripAdvisor, and more.
- Popular shopping portal Rakuten.com is offering 10% back / 10x Membership Rewards points at many retailers
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It’s nice to see 10% / 10x Membership Rewards points at hotel brands like IHG and Best Western as well as some other travel-related sites like Viator and Trip Advisor. Keep in mind that you don’t need to book a prepaid rate to take advantage of these increased portal rates — the Rakuten rewards won’t post until well after your stay is completed, but a flexible rate that you pay later at the hotel should work so long as you click through from Rakuten today to make your booking.
It’s great to see Dell back at 10% back / 10x points across the board as the payout applies to all of the major product categories. That’s a good reminder to check the terms for any deal you pursue. For example, Hotels.com says “up to 10% back”, but it turns out that the 10% rate only applies to hotels in three specific cities.
Other brands at 10% back / 10x points that might be of interest to readers include Best Western, TripAdvisor, Viator.
Be sure to check our current Amex Offers database for opportunities to stack even more savings and/or keep your eye on other card-linked programs for overlapping deals.