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Revolut about to add new features for its travel product

Revolut’s travel product Stays is going to have a new feature that lets customers book their stay and pay when they arrive.

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All Revolut Stays users in the UK and EEA are enabled to make a reservation in-app and conveniently choose to pay later at the property with their Revolut card or pay upfront in-app when they make their booking.

Also, Premium and Metal users receive 10% cashback and Standard and Plus customers receive 7.5% cashback when paying with Revolut.

Regardless of their plan, Revolut customers can access exclusive rates on accommodation, with no booking fees when using Revolut Stays.

“Many of us have been dreaming of our next holiday for the past two years: now, with travel restrictions easing but prices rising, helping people spread the cost of those holidays is something we’re delighted to offer,’ said Christopher Guttridge, Lifestyle Product Lead at Revolut.

“On top of Revolut’s amazing cashback deals, which offer up to 10% back on the cost of their accommodation, this helps to show that using Revolut Stays really is the best way to get great deals on trips – whether it’s the family summer sunshine holiday, a staycation or just a weekend away.”

Revolut claims that its U.K. users spent over 27% more on travel in 2021 compared to 2020, and their spending on travel-related services such as car rental, airline tickets, hotel and resort accommodation has also increased.

Jan Cerny
Jan is an innovation enthusiast and Fintech news reporter. He specializes in news distribution, social media, and content analysis.

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